70% believe drug cartels operating at southern border should be designated as terrorist group; 71% believe legal immigration good for the U.S., 73% say illegal immigration bad for U.S. | Scott Rasmussen

A Scott Rasmussen survey shows that seventy percent (70%) of voters believe the drug cartels operating at the southern border should be designated as a terrorist group. A Scott Rasmussen national survey found that 14% disagree and 16% are not sure.

The survey also found that 64% believe the situation at the border is a crisis. That’s little changed from two months ago. While most voters see it as a crisis, just 34% believe the federal government is seriously trying to secure the border and reduce illegal immigration.

Overall, 71% of voters believe legal immigration is good for the United States. Just 15% disagree. At the same time, 73% believe illegal immigration is bad for the nation. On that point, just 13% disagree.