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Scottish opinion: The effects of black and Asian immigration 2013 survey

Do you agree or disagree that Scotland would begin to lose its identity if more black and Asian people came to live here?

by Statista Research Department, last edited Jan 31, 2014
Scottish opinion: The effects of black and Asian immigration 2013 survey This statistic shows a distribution of respondents to a survey question designed to find out what those residing in Scotland think about the effects of the immigration of black and Asian people. In January 2013, almost the majority (44 percent) believed that an increase in the number of black and Asian people living in Scotland would cause Scotland to lose its identity to some extent.
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Do you agree or disagree that Scotland would begin to lose its identity if more black and Asian people came to live here?

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