A new Harris poll for the Financial Times of the British, French, German, Italian and Spanish publics suggests that Tom Tancredo should move to Europe. 83 per cent of people believed their governments did not have immigration under control, while only 8 per cent agreed that the politicians had a grip on their borders.” In ...
83 per cent of people believed their governments did not have immigration under control, while only 8 per cent agreed that the politicians had a grip on their borders.”
In Britain, long thought of as an immigrant-friendly country, more than three-quarters of people think there are too many immigrants and nearly 4 out of 5 argue that it is too easy to migrate to the country legally. In Italy, a staggering 96 percent of people regard illegal immigration as a problem. The level of hostility to immigration in Europe is demonstrated by the fact that France is the most pro-immigration of the countries surveyed.
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