Which countries are the most and least welcoming to refugees around the world? Amnesty International published the results of a survey of 27,000 people in 27 countries, finding almost everybody in Spain, Germany, Jordan and China would personally accept people fleeing war or persecution into their countries. Russia was at the opposite end of the scale with only 33 percent of respondents saying they would personally accept refugees into their country. Poland also had a lower than average welcoming rate of just 56 percent.
This chart shows responses to the question "would you personally accept people fleeing war/persecution into your country?"
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