United States: 41% of Americans are satisfied with immigration levels and want them to stay the same as they are now, according to the just-released and widely-respected 2018 General Social Survey out of the University of Chicago. 23% of Americans want immigrant levels to be increased (in 2016 only 17% of Americans wanted an increase, so more people want to increase immigration levels now than they did before the current president took office). 34% of Americans want immigration levels to be decreased (In 2016 more than 41% wanted immigration levels to be reduced – this is the first time since 2004 that fewer Americans want a reduction in immigration levels). The administration’s attitudes toward immigration appear to be out of sync with a growing percentage of the American people.