Countries Continue to Show Disapproval with Government Management of Immigration

According to the Transatlantic Trends: Immigration 2010 Report, respondents from various countries continue to disapprove of their governments’ management of immigration. Majorities in the United States (73%), the U.K. (70%), Spain (61%), France (58%), and the Netherlands (54%) believed their governments were doing a poor job in immigration management. Only Canada was split, with 48% offering positive views and 43% responding negatively.


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