A recent CBS News/YouGov poll reveals that a strong majority of registered voters, including most Hispanics, support a national program to deport illegal aliens from the United States. The poll, released Sunday, shows 62 percent of respondents favor a program to deport all undocumented immigrants, while 38 percent oppose it.

Among Hispanic voters, 53 percent support mass deportations, with 47 percent against. Majorities of Republicans (88 percent) and independents (60 percent) back the initiative, alongside 38 percent of Democrats.

Former President Donald Trump, who leads Biden by one point nationally in this poll, is a key advocate for such measures. Last September, he promised the largest domestic deportation operation in history if re-elected, reiterating this stance in Phoenix on Thursday.

The poll indicates that most voters would support local law enforcement identifying illegal aliens, with 62 percent in favor. This includes 57 percent of independents, 84 percent of Republicans, 57 percent of Hispanics, and nearly half of Democrats.

Opinions are divided on establishing large detention centers for deportees. A slim majority (52 percent) oppose such centers, while 48 percent support them. Independents mostly oppose detention centers (56 percent), and Hispanics are split on the issue.

The survey sampled 1,615 registered voters from June 5-7, with a margin of error of ± 3.8 percentage points. Responses relevant to this topic involved 1,345 to 1,346 voters.