For just about the first time in history, a majority of Americans favor allowing meaningful numbers of refugees into the country — and we may have President Trump to thank for it.
Last week, I lamented the rather depressing evidence of our hardened hearts in times past: whether it was children during the Holocaust, or survivors afterward, or in the wake of the Vietnam War, or Cubans escaping Castro’s regime, majorities of Americans opposed allowing refugees into our country.
Until last week. CONT.
Mark Mellman (Mellman Group), The Hill
Recent polls: Immigrants, refugees