This is what the countries of the European Union to say about immigration

This is what the countries of the Union are saying European immigration


Despite the high level of globalization in the world today, the many ties that bind countries around the world and almost complete elimination borders in multiple regions (such as the EU), immigration in Europe remains one of the most important and controversial issues that all nations are facing the European Union.

In one of the Eurobarómetros most recent, respondents placed immigration in Europe as one of the most important matters to be discussed within the European Union. In fact, about 73% of respondents were in favor of a common immigration policy between all states forming the European Union , linking further the different nations. Only 20% were against such a proposal


The type of immigration that seems to generate more concern among the citizens of the European Union is coming from outside of this. Specifically, 56% of respondents showed some reluctance regarding immigration from countries outside the European Union . On the opposite side we found 34% of respondents, thus leaving a remaining 10% under the NS / NC.

Regarding the internal migration (between countries of the European Union), respondents showed a level higher satisfaction. The percentage of people who showed some kind of reluctance regarding this type of immigration stood at 40% (16 percentage points relative to the outer immigration).

Shelling the above figures in different countries of the European Union who participated in this study (28) identified the following patterns:

  • There are 21 member states of the European Union who perceive the immigration from outside the EU as negative . Particularly noteworthy in this respect the Czech Republic, Greece, Latvia, Slovakia, Luxembourg and Portugal.

  • There are five member states of the European Union who perceive the immigration from outside the EU as something positive . We talked about Sweden, Romania, Ireland, Croatia and Spain (45% of the population compared to 41% who see it in a negative way).

Immigration in Europe

Percent positive attitude towards immigration from countries outside the EU. The higher the percentage, the greater the acceptance (according to the color table). Source:. RadioFreeEurope

  • There are 8 member states of the European Union who perceive the migration between EU countries as negative . Here we find countries like Czech Republic, Cyprus, Latvia, Italy, Slovakia, Hungary, Belgium and Greece.

  • There are 20 member states of the European Union who perceive migration between countries of the EU itself as positive . Here we find countries like Sweden, Finland, Denmark, Luxembourg, Ireland and Croatia, among others.

Immigration in Europe

Percent positive attitude towards immigration from countries outside the EU. The higher the percentage, the greater the acceptance (according to the color table). Source:. RadioFreeEurope

Regarding walks of respondents immigration into Europe from outside the EU is seen as follows:

  • positively. The upper classes and the student group is who show more support immigration from outside the European Union. Specifically, 54% and 47% of respondents respectively support

  • From negatively. The middle and working classes are the least show support immigration from outside the European Union, reaching to touch 60% in the case of the working class


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This is what the countries of the European Union to say about immigration
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January 23, 2016


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