SHOCK POLL: Only 22% Of British Public Support Current Immigration Levels, Quarter Want Unskilled Immigration BANNED
A shocking poll published by YouGov published last week has revealed that the British public are in favour of cutting immigration into the UK, and are “overwhelmingly” in favour of the government’s ‘hostile environment’ policy towards illegal immigrants.
The poll revealed that a massive 39% of Brits believe immigration levels into the UK are currently “much too high” while another 24% believe they are “a little too high”, with just 22% supporting the current levels.
Perhaps most shockingly, just one in a hundred Britons believe that immigration levels are currently “much too low” and only 4% would like to see any increase in immigration whatsoever.
The poll also revealed that 32% of the public believe that immigration over the last decade has been mostly bad for the country, with under a quarter believing it has been mostly good for the UK.
The poll also uncovered an “overwhelming” amount of support among the public for the government’s ‘hostile environment’ policy towards illegal immigrants, with well over two-thirds backing every aspect of the policy.
A staggering 82% of the public believe you should be required to show documents proving your right to live in the UK when applying for a job, 79% believe they should be required for registering with a GP, 76% for opening a bank account and 74% for renting a place to live.
Also revealed in the report, following the UK’s ‘worst ever’ grooming gang scandal in Telford, was that 27% of British people believe that immigrants of Pakistani desent make a negative contribution to the UK rather than a positive one.