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"What kind of effect do you think immigration generally has on Britain's economy?"*
(by household income)
Effect of immigration on the economy in Great Britain - 2013 survey, by income
This statistic shows the result of a question from the British Social Attitudes survey which asked what kind of effect, if any, the respondents think immigration has on the economy. The respondents have been split here by household income quartile. The starkest difference to observe here is that of the Q4 group in comparison to the rest. With 48 percent believing immigration is good for the economy, this was 17 percent higher than the Q3 group and more than double that of the Q1.
"What kind of effect do you think immigration generally has on Britain's economy?"*
(by household income)
Neither good nor bad (5)Good (6-10)Bad (1-4)
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Source

Release date

January 2014

Region

United Kingdom (Great Britain)

Survey time period

2013

Number of respondents

2,603 respondents

Supplementary notes

* Original survey question:
"On a scale of 0 to 10, where 0 is extremely bad and 10 is extremely good, would you say it is generally bad or good for Britain's economy that migrants come to Britain from other countries? "

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

Effect of immigration on the economy in Great Britain - 2013 survey, by income
This statistic shows the result of a question from the British Social Attitudes survey which asked what kind of effect, if any, the respondents think immigration has on the economy. The respondents have been split here by household income quartile. The starkest difference to observe here is that of the Q4 group in comparison to the rest. With 48 percent believing immigration is good for the economy, this was 17 percent higher than the Q3 group and more than double that of the Q1.
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