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@scribble_5012Libertarianfrom Florida  answered…2yrs

@B4JQN6WConstitution from Illinois answered…3 days

No, it would not be necessary if subsidies and programs weren't available to illegal immigrants.

@B4JHV2PRepublican from Texas answered…4 days

Yes, but also allow immigrants if they have a legal job lined up ahead of time.

@B4JGY4TWomen’s Equality from Kansas answered…4 days

No, but there should be better and correctly trained security at the border

@B4KW23KDemocrat from Missouri answered…6hrs

@B4KTNT6Veteran from Illinois answered…7hrs

Yes, and we pay for it, load it up with surveillance too. Stop letting people in our country until we can get a grip on homelessness and our national debt. We should be taking care of Americans first and foremost. We'll never be able to fix world population increases of 80 million/year and we have to accept this. America is a great place as long as we don't dilute our financial resources from the poor and middle classes.

@B4K4WSXDemocrat from South Carolina answered…2 days

No, this would be too costly and ineffective. We should work on better open border policies instead.

@Carolyn-ZweigartTranshumanist from Colorado answered…2yrs

Safety and protection of our country and resources is vital, but we should find a balanced and better system to help those in need

@9H4WVX9Republican from Virginia answered…2yrs

Yes. Only in certain areas and have other methods elsewhere

@9H4TXWBRepublican from Colorado answered…2yrs

@9H4RQ5VWorking Family from Louisiana answered…2yrs

@9H4RCGGTaxpayers from Georgia answered…2yrs

There has to be somethi g more done that makes people see that coming to our country legally is better than coming illegally.

@9H4QTPDRepublican from California answered…2yrs

Yes. But only to the points and locations that Boarder Patrol officials determine it is helpful.

@9H4HHLJVeteran from Ohio answered…2yrs

@9H4FY2NWorking Familyfrom Guam  answered…2yrs

Increase surveillance as well as make it a serious offence carrying 10 years imprisonment term for those illegal migrants caught crossing border.

@9H4CNVDWorking Family from Maryland answered…2yrs

@9H49R4JWomen’s Equality from Indiana answered…2yrs

Yes, but more so as a tool for tourism to generate income and provide jobs. For instance China's Great Wall in 2004 generated $67.7 billion in tourism. If America builds a wall to the same degree people will show up to see it. It's the same concept as the Grand Canyon or Area-51. People are dumb. Build it - they will come.

@9H499KHPeace and Freedom from Arizona answered…2yrs

@9H48DQ4American Solidarity from New York answered…2yrs

@9H47MNRDemocrat from New Jersey answered…2yrs

No, a wall solves nothing. Reform border and immigration laws

@9H44KD9Peace and Freedom from Pennsylvania answered…2yrs

no, but we should have a way to make sure people cross over legally without making them feel like we don't want them here

@9H3LMVCWorking Family from Florida answered…2yrs

@9H3HH54Veteran from New Jersey answered…2yrs

Yes, there are unfinished parts of a border wall and we must protect our citizens from criminals and drung traffickers. A border wall will help the U.S border patrol and every immigrant should come legally and go through the process.

@9H3GZB5Constitution from New York answered…2yrs

I don't personally care, but as it's clear that a majority of citizens want it, by all means we should.

@9H3GP44Green from Minnesota answered…2yrs

No, its inefficient and causes more problems than solutions

@9H38CXNWomen’s Equality from Minnesota answered…2yrs

@9H349PRDemocrat from Nevada answered…2yrs

@9H33VP3Constitution from Louisiana answered…2yrs

No, but we should create more effective ways to vet individuals coming across the border. This would likely require more trained workers and more immigration offices.

@9H32F39Republican from Illinois answered…2yrs

@9H2THC7Democrat from California answered…2yrs

Absolutely not for one it will take far far too long, it will cost billions of dollars, and the terrain is far too dangerous to work in.

@9H2QPW4Democrat from New Mexico answered…2yrs

If we see that it has benefited us then, yes. If there is nothing coming from it then, no.

@9H2JHT2Republican from Illinois answered…2yrs

@Seth-EvansWomen’s Equality from Pennsylvania answered…2yrs

Yes, but if we are in a position of economic crisis, then increase the military personal at the wall to lower costs instead.

@9H2J29FWorking Family from California answered…2yrs

I think they should just fix the ones that need it and a bit amount of money where there's more population that people cross like if there's a place where illegals like to use in specific upgrade the fence or wall. I don't agree with trumps wall because its a lot of money and that would most likely put us more in debt also because Mexico will not pay for it.

@9H278LYRepublican from California answered…2yrs

Yes, but don't think I'm racist because I want the wall its for mine and Californias protection from ILLEGAL immigrants, not immigrants, but the ILLEGAL ones.

@9H246H5American Solidarity from Florida answered…2yrs

@9H22D5RWomen’s Equality from Texas answered…2yrs

I think yes as long as they let innocent people in the U.S for free and with their family.

@9GZWN3CTranshumanist from Texas answered…2yrs

Doesn't have to be a wall, but we should be able to protect the border while still monitoring the border. It is not fair to those who are going through the proper channels to become citizens

@9GZVBD7Constitution from Kansas answered…2yrs

No, but we should increase border security and make harsher policies against illegal immigration

@9GZT9BGLibertarian from Illinois answered…2yrs

No, but increase National Guard presence at the border, and make legal immigration far less bureaucratic and more streamlined.

@9GZSQ4YTranshumanist from Missouri answered…2yrs

I think they should but still let people come in the U.S but they have to check there history

@9GZSLT4Green from Minnesota answered…2yrs

No, but increase consequences for crossing illegally. Increase cooperation with Mexico to ensure illegal immigrants face jail time in Mexico upon deportation.

@9GZRVXGWorking Family from North Carolina answered…2yrs

It would be costly and ineffective but I do think we should set up some kind of protection.

@9GZMSS2Working Family from Michigan answered…2yrs

yes to keep the bad out but then it is also hard for people to go see Thar family

@9GXYLL8Democrat from Maryland answered…2yrs

No, and we should fix our immigration policies to make it easier for people to immigrate legally because the process is too long, hard, and costly

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