It depends on how you view this very partisan issue. 40% of all Americans are for the Wall, 45% against. 82% of Republicans want the Wall, 83% of Democrats oppose or don't want the wall. You can't get more partisan than that. I don't think stating Americans don't want the wall is accurate since it is a plurality of Americans who don't want it, not a majority. We know Republicans want it, Democrats don't. Now how about independents? The non-affiliated, those who aren't either Republicans nor Democrats. Certainly those who are a lot less partisan to perhaps non-partisans. Independents who make up 40% of the electorate. How do the non-partisan's feel about the wall? Those who aren't avid pro or anti Trump? Question 33 answers that. Independents for the Wall 39% Independents against the Wall 38% Independents in the don't know, undecided or just plain don't give a dang 24%. https://d25d2506sfb94s.cloudfront.net/cumulus_uploads/document/er2vitqfsn/econTabReport.pdf The truth is neither side can say Americans want the wall or say Americans don't want the wall. Stating congress doesn't want it isn't accurate either. The Democratic House doesn't want it for sure, the Republican senate does. The truth as I see it, the Democrats are trying to deny Trump his wall only because Trump wants it. The Republicans are trying to give Trump his wall only because Trump wants it. This is nothing more than a political partisan game being played between two ultra partisan sides. I don't think either side has given the country as a whole a thought or if security at the border would be enhanced or not. Just another example of highly partisan politics which is ruining this country. Neither very partisan side cares about that either. It's all about being either pro or anti Trump.