When immigrants move to a new country and marry a native there, are they generally accepted as "real" nationals? A new Ipsos poll explored this question, finding that the immigrants who marry natives are less likely to be viewed as "real" than immigrants who have become citizens. Australia and the United States have the highest rates of acceptance at 46 percent while 43 percent of Canadians consider immigrants married to their citizens "real" nationals. People in Hungary are far less accepting of migrants married to their citizens.
This chart shows the share of respondents considering an immigrant who married a native a real national in 2018.
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