Voters were asked if they support or oppose the State Department’s “new guidelines which say visa applicants from six predominately Muslim countries must prove a close family relationship with a U.S. resident in order to enter the country.”
Sixty percent responded that they support the guidelines while 28 percent opposed. Last month, a poll by the Associated Press-NORC Center indicated that 57 percent opposed the temporary travel ban. The poll was conducted before the Supreme Court’s unanimous decision to allow part of the “travel pause” to be enacted.
The current poll indicates:
84 percent of Republican voters support the revised ban versus nine percent who oppose it
56 percent of independent voters support the revised ban versus 30 percent who oppose it
41 percent of Democrats support the revised ban versus 46 who oppose it
The survey was conducted June 29-30 and polled 1,989 registered voters.
Watch Clarion Project’s video about the original travel ban: