Visualizing The Countries Most And Least Accepting Of Migrants

According to new research from Gallup, many countries on the frontlines of Europe's migration crisis are among the least-accepting countries worldwide for migrants.

Statista's Nial McCarthy notes that the research found that Macedonia, Montenegro, Hungary, Serbia, Slovakia and Croatia which are all along the Balkan route for asylum seekers recorded the lowest scores for accepting migrants.

Infographic: The Countries Most And Least Accepting Of Migrants  | Statista

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Iceland was at the opposite end of the scale, scoring 8.26 out of 9.0. It was followed by New Zealand and Rwanda.

Germany which has taken in huge numbers of refugees in recent years came 23rd overall with 7.09. The United States came 18th with 7.27. The United Kingdom came a distant 38th for migrant acceptance, scoring only 6.61 out of 9.0.

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Manthong Sanity Bear Thu, 08/24/2017 - 01:04 Permalink

 
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We are way too high on that list.

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NuYawkFrankie Thu, 08/24/2017 - 01:30 Permalink

More to THE POINT...

Visualizing The Countries MOST CULPABLE in CREATING Migrants:

1) ISISrael*

2) USSA

3) UKKK & ZATO Vassals

*The supreme irony being that not only has Jewsish-Supremacist ISISrael has NOT accepted even ONE migrant - but is INTENT on CREATING more!

Mementoil NuYawkFrankie Thu, 08/24/2017 - 03:35 Permalink

The tiny state of Israel, with it's 8 million or so ihabitants, can hardly control the movement of people all the way from Pakistan to Erithrea, and to claim otherwise is simply insane. Even if you believe that Israel is somehow responsible for the situation in Syria (which it isn't, but nevermind), this doesn't explain the mass exodus from Sub Saharan countries to Europe.So why don't Europeans grow a pair and start taking responsibility over their immigration policies, instead of scapegoating Israel?If I were British, French, German or Swedish I would be out on the streets day in day out protesting this madness, but for some reason they are not...

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MK13 Thu, 08/24/2017 - 01:34 Permalink

I prefer those to the bottom of the list rather than top. Hungary for example - and it was welcoming place. So #fakelistforglobalists.

Blanco Diablo Thu, 08/24/2017 - 02:54 Permalink

As of August 23, 2017 The US have imported 1,204 refugess above the limit for FY17 onto the back of taxpayersSo far the total number of refugees admitted to the US in FY17 is 51,024.YTD Hawaii is 3 (since they have been begging for more diversity this isn’t going to cut it!)For the first time in the history of the over 3-decades-old program, we have surpassed the CEILING.(Thank the Supreme Court for that—for writing law!)And, since inauguration day we have admitted 21,007 refugees according to data stored by the US State Department at Wrapsnet.83% of the 51,024 come from 8 countries Top five ‘welcoming’ states are California, Texas, New York, Washington and Ohio.Here are the eight countries which dominate the refugee flow to America this fiscal year (from October 1, 2016 to today):DR Congo (8,927)Iraq (6,701)Syria (6,463)Somalia (5,905)Burma (4787)Ukraine (4,030)Bhutan (3,030)Iran (2,423)Total for those eight is 42,266In the 51,024 there were 22,156 refugees of various Muslim sects making the total Muslim percentage in this year’s flow 43% as of this writing.Here is a map showing where the 51,024 have been placed:https://refugeeresettlementwatch.wordpress.com/2017/08/23/as-of-today-w…

hooligan2009 Thu, 08/24/2017 - 07:02 Permalink

te poll has nothing to do with rules, regulations, quotas, cash required and is instead an opinion poll - yanno like those that are used to sample presidential voting intentions, with unknown biases and sample characteristics.to whit, the questions areImmigrants living in this country A good thing An immigrant becoming your neighbor A bad thing An immigrant marrying one of your close relatives (It depends)*and the responses added up like this:"The response "a good thing" is worth three points, a volunteered response of "it depends" or "don't know" is worth one point, and "a bad thing" is worth zero points. The index is a sum of the points across the three questions, with a maximum possible score of 9.0 (all three are good things) and a minimum possible score of zero (all three are bad things)."source: http://www.gallup.com/poll/216377/new-index-shows-least-accepting-count… scientific, accurate or an accurate depiction of the title of the article! 

roddy6667 Thu, 08/24/2017 - 06:53 Permalink

I'm a retired white guy in China. Even though I live in a modern city, I can go weeks without seeing another white person sometimes. We are only permittied to be visitors. Immigrants, at the very least, dilute the national culture. At worst, they work hard to destroy it. China fiercely protects its culture. 

roddy6667 Jessica6 Thu, 08/24/2017 - 22:44 Permalink

I guess you missed the part where Mao died in 1976 and almost all of his policies were cancelled or reversed. Land ownership went back to the farmers. capitalism was brought in from other countries and promoted inside China, everybody has freedom to travel, thousands of Buddhist and Taoist temples and sites were restored or rebuilt, etc. Why are you stuck in 1956? A lot has changed since then.If you spend any time in China you see millions and milions of signs promoting the traditional values of China. Of course, you have never been to China. Where do you get this "information" you believe?

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