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In a NPR / Marist College survey, just over six in ten Americans said they did not approve of the presidential declaration a national emergency, a figure that included a clear majority of both the Democrats and the Independents.
Of the four percent of the Democrats who identified themselves, NPR said they did not approve the president's statement, and 63 percent of the independent said the same thing. Only 1
Trump announced on Monday a national emergency to allocate nearly $ 8 billion for the construction of his long-awaited project along the US-Mexican border after Congress refuses to finance.
The College's surveyor, Marist Lee Miringhoff, stated in his statement that this issue is a sign that Trump tries to support his most fierce defenders by pushing others out.
"All things related to the announcement of a national emergency, the president draws public opinion from the court," said Mirinhoff, "he supports his base and a little bit else."
"This is not a breakthrough issue. "This is an issue that reinforces its foundation, but it is not an issue that expands beyond its borders."
The NPR / Marist survey was conducted between February 15-17 and between 807 adults in the United States, and the survey margin mistakes – 4.6 percentage points.