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Pew Research Center July 12, 2016 In views of diversity, many Europeans are less positive than Americans The surge of refugees to Europe has helped make it a region of increasing cultural diversity and foreign-born populations, just as immigration to the United States has pushed its foreign-born share to near record levels. But a new Pew Research Center surveypaints a picture of a Europe that is far less positive about what greater diversity means for many of its countries. The most common view among the 10 European countries surveyed is that cultural diversity is neither a plus nor a minus in terms of quality of life. In no nation does a majority say increasing diversity is a positive for their country. At most, roughly a third in Sweden (36%), the UK (33%) and Spain (31%) describe growing racial, ethnic and national diversity in favorable terms. By contrast, more than half in Greece (63%) and Italy (53%) say that growing diversity makes their country a worse place to live. Roughly four-in-ten Hungarians (41%) and Poles (40%) agree. ….
If you don’t want refugees, stop starting wars and regime changes. Stop bombing those nations too. Let’s not create havoc and terror among the people there on orders from MBS and Netanyahu.
No wars, no refugees. Let’s stop starving people with sanctions in trying to wreck economies of nations too.
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