Nine-in-ten Democratic voters (88%) and four-in-five Republican voters (79%) and independent voters (80%) support lowering food prices through comprehensive immigration reform, according to a new Morning Consult national tracking poll commissioned by the International Dairy Foods Association (IDFA).
Key results from the poll are below, and the full results of the survey are accessible here.
The rising prices of food are seen as a problem among voters with ninety-four percent (94%) saying rising food prices are a significant problem or somewhat of a problem. Two-thirds (68%) of voters express rising food prices are a significant problem.
Voters nearly unanimously agree (94%) rising food prices are a problem, with two-thirds (68%) saying rising food prices are a significant problem.
Many voters see a connection between immigration issues and rising food prices, although some are unaware.
Two-in-five voters (42%) say these issues are connected, but nearly one-in-five (17%) say they don’t know or have no opinion.