The Gallup Poll brought into one report summary data on many issues, showing 20 year trends. This allows us to place immigration topics in the context of many others. There is no instance of a reduction in partisan gap from 2003 to 2023. The gaps on immigration, climate change, healthcare and guns are the largest.
Republicans’ views that immigration is good for the country have dropped slightly (55% to 52%), while Democrats’ views have risen a lot (55% to 83%), resulting in 30% partisan gap, a relatively large one. Republicans becoming more likely (55% to 58%) and Democrats (45% to 18%) less likely to say that immigration should be decreased.