I think public opinion is on the right side of the aisle this government shutdown. Even the media seems subdued in their coverage of it compared to previous shutdowns. I think a lot of American's find themselves scratching their heads wondering why Democrats are opposed to a paltry 5.7 billion - 1/10th of 1 percent of the federal budget - border wall when they've voted in favor of wall/fencing in the past.
I am one of those that is completely against the funding as is being defined by Trump (which isn't actually defined).
I do not support a bottomless pit to throw money into (there is no wall plan yet and apparently that plan is changing by the second... steel bars, fencing...?).
I do not support the taking of land from private owners by eminent domain and/or walling good usable land from our use.
I do not support a "solid concrete wall" for the majority of the border.
You want my support?
Agree on a plan, of some kind at least, and if no agreement have a clear, legitimate design and details of what your plan is. Barriers where, walls where, natural barriers where. Most of that is available from previous plan and iterations and information can be used from those to present something that can be done.