Illegal immigration has been a big topic in Texas for a while and it will likely remain a top issue for Texans for a while. According to the Dallas Morning News, while illegal immigration remains a top concern most Texans do not support a border wall in Texas.

Though 19 percent of Texans said immigration was the most important issue facing Texas — by far the leading vote-getter — 59 percent said they oppose a border wall. Parts of the U.S.'s southern border already have barriers, but Trump has proposed a much bigger, more expansive wall.

About 54 percent of Texans also said that immigration helps the U.S. more than it hurts. And 51 percent of Texans said they would oppose another idea offered by Trump: a ban on immigration from countries with a history of terrorism.

Do you support or oppose a border wall in Texas? Let us know in today's KFYO Poll of the Day.