President Joe Biden’s approval rating on immigration has reached an all-time low, according to a new poll.

According to the June poll from the Center for American Political Studies at Harvard University, Biden’s approval rating for immigration is 34%. The president’s overall approval rating is 40%. The only issue with a lower approval rating than immigration is Biden’s handling of the Israel-Hamas conflict, at 33%.

Respondents ranked inflation as their top concern at 37%. Immigration was the second issue at 35%, a 3-percentage-point increase from May.

There were 1.6 million Border Patrol nationwide “gotaways” under the Biden administration from FY2021 to FY2023, according to Fox News. These gotaways are classified as illegal aliens who avoided authorities but were later tracked across the border. This total surpasses the 1.4 million total gotaways between FY2010 and FY2020.

Fifty-nine percent of respondents said those who crossed the border illegally should be removed, according to the poll. Nearly two-thirds of respondents said the U.S. should increase border security.

Nearly 80% of respondents said crimes committed by unlawful immigrants are a serious issue. Only 34% said the border is secure, while 64% said “Democrats are keeping the border open.” Seventy-one percent agreed that “potential terrorists are slipping through the border.”

The Biden administration was on pace as of May to hit 10 million illegal alien encounters by the end of Biden’s first term, according to the House Committee on Homeland Security.

Poll respondents also doubted the sincerity of Biden’s asylum ban on illegal alien launched last month, with 59% saying the policy is “driven by electoral politics and pressures and will be reversed after November.” Another 56% said the policy is “too little too late.”

The survey included polling on specific outcomes of illegal immigration. Fifty-seven percent of respondents said an influx of illegal aliens has led to an increase in crime and a strain on resources. Another 55% said illegal immigration leads to a rise in homelessness, 50% said overcrowding, 43% said public health risks, 31% said job market pressure, and 27% said cultural integration challenges. Only 10% said there are no issues.

The poll revealed that 63% of respondents said the country is on the wrong track.