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"How do you think the number of immigrants to Britain should change?"* - by household income
Attitudes to immigration in Great Britain in 2013, by household income
This statistic shows the result of a question from the British Social Attitudes survey which asked how the respondents think immigration policy should change, if at all. The results have been split here by household income quartiles. The majority of respondents across all groups said they were in favour of reducing immigration levels. Those in the lowest quartile had the highest share of respondents with this view.
"How do you think the number of immigrants to Britain should change?"* - by household income
Be increasedRemain the sameBe reduced
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Source

Release date

January 2014

Region

United Kingdom (Great Britain)

Survey time period

2013

Number of respondents

2,603 respondents

Age group

18-97 years

Special properties

Unweighted base

Supplementary notes

* Original survey question:
"Do you think the number of immigrants to Britain nowadays should be increased a lot, increased a little, remain the same as it is, reduced a little or reduced a lot?"

Figures do not always sum to 100 due to the effects of rounding.

Attitudes to immigration in Great Britain in 2013, by household income
This statistic shows the result of a question from the British Social Attitudes survey which asked how the respondents think immigration policy should change, if at all. The results have been split here by household income quartiles. The majority of respondents across all groups said they were in favour of reducing immigration levels. Those in the lowest quartile had the highest share of respondents with this view.
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