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Percentage of people who would allow immigrants of same race/ethnic group to come live in countrykeyboard_arrow_right
Percentage of people who would allow many immigrants of different race/ethnic to come live in countrykeyboard_arrow_right
Percentage of people who would allow many immigrants from poorer countries in Europe to come live herekeyboard_arrow_right
Percentage of people who would allow many immigrants from poorer countries outside Europe to come live herekeyboard_arrow_right
Percentage of people who think Immigration is good for country's economykeyboard_arrow_right
Percentage of people who think country's cultural life enriched by immigrantskeyboard_arrow_right
Percentage of people who think immigrants make country better place to livekeyboard_arrow_right
Percentage of people who think immigrants create new jobskeyboard_arrow_right
Percentage of people who think immigrants take out less from services than they put in taxeskeyboard_arrow_right
Percentage of people who think immigrants make country's crime problems betterkeyboard_arrow_right
Percentage of people with several/few close friends of different race/ethnic groupkeyboard_arrow_right
Percentage of people who never have contact with people of a different race or ethnic groupkeyboard_arrow_right
Percentage of people who think contact with people of a different race or ethnic group is badkeyboard_arrow_right
Percentage of people who think some races or ethnic groups are born less intelligentkeyboard_arrow_right
Percentage of people who think some races or ethnic groups are born harder workingkeyboard_arrow_right
Percentage of people who think that some cultures are much better than otherskeyboard_arrow_right

Percentage of people who think contact with people of a different race or ethnic group is bad

  1. Austria 626%
     
  2. Belgium 683%
     
  3. Czech Republic 1485%
     
  4. Denmark 476%
     
  5. Estonia 1294%
     
  6. Finland 590%
     
  7. France 653%
     
  8. Germany 505%
     
  9. Hungary 2172%
     
  10. Ireland 631%
     
  11. Israel 1842%
     
  12. Lithuania 2225%
     
  13. Netherlands 332%
     
  14. Norway 208%
     
  15. Poland 3810%
     
  16. Portugal 1156%
     
  17. Slovenia 1015%
     
  18. Spain 1161%
     
  19. Sweden 141%
     
  20. Switzerland 346%
     
  21. UK 344%
     
Link to source European Social SurveyYear of publication 2014