Most Americans want to see current refugee resettlement figures cut to at least 25,000 a year — or none at all — according to a new survey.
The latest Pulse Opinion Research survey showed widespread support for President Trump’s campaign promise to drastically cut the annual average of 63,000 foreign refugees being admitted to the U.S.
A reported 52 percent of respondents said they would like to see 25,000 or less refugees admitted to the U.S. per year. Of that 52 percent, 39 percent said the U.S. should “admit none and instead assist refugees in safe zones close to their home countries,” a proposal originally touted by Trump during the 2016 presidential election, but has yet to be enacted by the State Department. – READ MORE