Forty-one percent of Americans are satisfied with the current level of immigration into the country, a higher percentage than at any time since Gallup began tracking this issue in 2001.
According to a recent Gallup poll Satisfaction with the immigration, level has fluctuated over the past decade, declining through most of the George W. Bush administration to a low of 23% in 2008. It rose again after Barack Obama took office to its previous high of 38% in 2014 before it dipped again. Satisfaction with the immigration level rose 11 percentage points in the past year to reach the new high.