When asked to say which two issues they feel are the most important facing the European Union
at the moment, the largest share of respondents to a YouGov survey
in Great Britain cited 'immigration' (39 percent). Close behind is perceived importance was 'terrorism' (35 percent). Of all of the countries included in the survey, all except Spain and Poland also said that 'immigration' is the biggest issue. People in Spain were most likely to say 'unemployment' and in Poland, 'terrorism' was top of the list.