Survey: European and North American Respondents Diverge on Immigration Integration

The Transatlantic Trends: Immigration 2010 Report has found that European and North American respondents have divergent views on immigration integration. Most in Europe held unfavorable views on the state of immigrant integration. Spain was the only country with a slight majority (54%) saying that immigrants are integrating well. North Americans held a more positive view, with 59% of Americans and 65% of Canadians claiming that immigrants are integrating well.


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