64% Say US Is Being ‘Invaded’ At The Southern Border: Poll

U.S. Border Patrol agents move through a crowd of migrants that have waited between two border walls for days to apply for asylum, as they decide who to take next to processing Friday, May 12, 2023, in San Diego. Hundreds of migrants remain waiting between the two walls, many for days. The U.S. entered a new immigration enforcement era Friday, ending a three-year-old asylum restriction and enacting a set of strict new rules that the Biden administration hopes will stabilize the U.S.-Mexico border and push migrants to apply for protections where they are, skipping the dangerous journey north. (AP Photo/Gregory Bull)

The majority of American voters polled believe the U.S. is being invaded at the southern border.

The findings come after Texas counties have led the national conversation on invasion, introducing the term and making the case for Texas’ constitutional right to self-defense. 

According to a recent Rasmussen Reports poll, nearly two-thirds of American voters surveyed say the southern border crisis should be called an invasion.

The majority, 64%, said it “is accurate to describe the current situation with migrants at the border with Mexico as an ‘invasion’ of the United States.”