Public Perceives Immigrants as Fiscal Burden

Members of the public believe that immigrants benefit more from health and welfare benefits than they contribute in taxes.

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Views on the Integration of Second-Generation Muslims Vary in Europe and North America

Views on the integration of second-generation Muslims vary in Europe and North America.

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Survey: Larger Percentage of Public Overestimating the Number of Immigrants

The Transatlantic Trends: Immigration 2010 Report has found that even more respondents overestimated the percentage of population born abroad.

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Economic Hardship is Related to Individual Views on Immigration

The Transatlantic Trends: Immigration 2010 Report has found that economic hardship shapes an individual’s attitude towards immigration.

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Countries Continue to Show Disapproval with Government Management of Immigration

Respondents from various countries continue to disapprove their government’s management of immigration.

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Views on Granting Voting Rights to Immigrants Vary in Europe and North America

According to the Transatlantic Trends: Immigration 2010 Report, views on granting voting rights to immigrants vary in Europe and North America.

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Most EU Citizens Approve of Obama’s Handling of International Policies

Transatlantic Trends 2010 Nearly four-in-five EU respondents (78%)1 approved of the way Barack Obama is handling international policies — a modest decline from last year’s approval rate of 83%.

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Study Shows Increasingly Divergent Views About Turkey’s Relationship with the West

The Transatlantic Trends 2010 report shows that respondents in Turkey and Europe have increasingly divergent views about Turkey’s relationship with the West.

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