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Republican electorate places immigration on top of the list in the US

For Republican voters, the immigration crisis tops the list of priorities in the United States.

According to a new poll from Gallup, 22 percent of Republicans and Republican-leaning voters, believe immigration is the “most important problem” in the country.

They consider immigration as more important than other issues as dysfunctional government, the economy, unemployment and healthcare.

For Democrats, immigration is the fourth-highest issue, after dysfunctional government, the economy, and unemployment. Only 11 percent consider immigration is the national priority.

Among the general public, immigration is the second-highest important concern, while 16 percent of the adult voters consider it the number one priority.