Hungarian Nézőpont Survey: 61 Million In Central Europe Reject Migration

  • 13 Mar 2019 6:07 AM
  • Hungary Matters
Hungarian Nézőpont Survey: 61 Million In Central Europe Reject Migration
In central Europe, 61 million of the 83 million voters reject migration, a survey published by the Nézőpont Institute showed. The survey was conducted in nine countries on a sample of 1,000 asking the respondents’ opinion on migration.

In Hungary, seven million of a total of eight million voters reject non- European migration.

In the Czech Republic, 8 million, in Poland, 22 million are against it, Nézőpont found.

The number of pro-migration voters is around or below 1 million in Bulgaria, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Slovakia and Slovenia, it said.

In total, 61 million voters in the region reject and 16 million approve of migration, it said.

The survey was conducted in Bulgaria, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia and Slovenia in February.
 

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