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POLL: Britons are more worried about immigration than anyone else

Britain is more worried about immigration than any other country in a poll of 25 countries around the world. The Ipsos Mori poll shows that 42% of people in Britain are worried about immigration. The debate over the subject has been widespread since the UK voted to leave the EU, and it is now a greater concern than in Germany, Sweden, and Turkey — all of which have been far worse affected by the Syrian refugee crisis.
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