March 12, 2021: Forty percent (40%) of voters do not think people living in other nations or companies from other nations should be allowed to own land in the United States. A Scott Rasmussen national survey found that 35% believe foreign ownership should be allowed, while 24% are not sure.
Voters under 35 tend to be supportive of foreign ownership, while those 55 and older tend to be more opposed. Voters in the middle are evenly divided. A plurality of suburban and rural voters opposes foreign ownership of land in the U.S., while a plurality of urban voters supports the idea.
By a 40% to 32% margin, women oppose foreign ownership of land in the U.S., while men are more evenly divided.
- ScottRasmussen.com, "40% Oppose Foreign Ownership Of Land In U.S.," March 9, 2021
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