Take Numbersusa.com Survey on US Overpopulation Due to Mass Immigration

2012 Earth Day Survey

 go to www.numbersusa.com and take the Population Of the US Survey.

 

 

1. Is U.S. population growth causing the country to use up its natural resources too fast?

Is U.S. population growth causing the country to use up its natural resources too fast?   Yes
No
Unsure

2. U.S. population has grown from 200 million in 1970 to over 300 million today. In terms of the environment, has adding the extra 100 million people damaged, improved or made no difference in environmental quality, open spaces and wildlife?

U.S. population has grown from 200 million in 1970 to over 300 million today. In terms of the environment, has adding the extra 100 million people damaged, improved or made no difference in environmental quality, open spaces and wildlife?   Damaged the environment
Improved the environment
Made no difference
Unsure

3. Would adding another 100 million to our population be too much, too little or about right?

Would adding another 100 million to our population be too much, too little or about right?   Too much
Too little
About right
Unsure

4. The Census Bureau says the population of the United States is on a trend to double this century. If the population in YOUR AREA were to double, what would it do to the quality of life?

The Census Bureau says the population of the United States is on a trend to double this century. If the population in YOUR AREA were to double, what would it do to the quality of life?   Make it a lot worse
Make it somewhat worse
Make no difference
Make it somewhat better
Make it a lot better
Unsure

5. Over the next century, would you prefer the nation’s population to stay about the same around 312 million, slowly become smaller, or continue to grow by half to 450 million, double to 600 million, or more than double the nation’s population to above 600 million.

Over the next century, would you prefer the nation’s population to stay about the same around 312 million, slowly become smaller, or continue to grow by half to 450 million, double to 600 million, or more than double the nation’s population to above 600 million.   Prefer population stay about the same around 312 million
Prefer slowly getting smaller to the 250 million of 1990
Prefer slowly getting smaller to the 200 million of 1970
Prefer growing by half to 450 million
Prefer doubling to 600 million
Prefer more than doubling to more than 600 million
Unsure

6. Should the government try to do anything to slow down population growth in the United States?

Should the government try to do anything to slow down population growth in the United States?   Yes
No
Unsure

7. Census data show that since 1972, the size of American families has been at a zero-population-growth level. But immigration has tripled and is now the cause of nearly all long-term population growth. Does the government need to reduce immigration to slow down population growth, or keep it the same or increase it?

Census data show that since 1972, the size of American families has been at a zero-population-growth level. But immigration has tripled and is now the cause of nearly all long-term population growth. Does the government need to reduce immigration to slow down population growth, or keep it the same or increase it?   Reduce immigration to slow population growth
Keep immigration same and double population
Increase immigration to more than double population
Unsure

8. Current levels of immigration could continue without causing population growth if Americans would cut their average family size from two children to one. Should Americans cut their family size to accommodate present levels of immigration?

Current levels of immigration could continue without causing population growth if Americans would cut their average family size from two children to one. Should Americans cut their family size to accommodate present levels of immigration?   Yes
No
Unsure

9. What is the ideal number of children a family should have?

What is the ideal number of children a family should have?   None
1
2
3 or more
Unsure

10. Would you be concerned if the population growth of the United States slowed down and gradually leveled off?

Would you be concerned if the population growth of the United States slowed down and gradually leveled off?   Yes

No

Unsure

New poll finds Americans still want far less Population Growth 40 years after government commission called for stabilization

Friday, April 20, 2012, 4:00 AM EDT – posted on NumbersUSA

DALLAS (April 20, 2012) – Forty years after a multi-year bi-partisan government commission recommended slowing U.S. population growth and eventually stabilizing, Americans still would like to see it happen, according to poll results to be released this weekend at the 2012 Earth Day Dallas festival.

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