British attitudes: rights of legal immigrants 2003-2013 British survey

This statistic shows the percentage of British respondents that felt that legal immigrants who are not citizens should have the same rights as British citizens, when asked in 2003 and 2013. There was a decrease of thirteen percent over these ten years of people with this belief, making up just over a quarter of all 904 respondents.

Share of British survey respondents who agree that legal immigrants to Britain who are not citizens should have the same rights as British citizens

Share of respondents
2003 40%
201327%
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Source

Release date

June 2014

Region

United Kingdom (Great Britain)

Survey time period

2003 to 2013

Number of respondents

904 (latest, unweighted)*

Age group

18 years and older

Method of interview

Computer-assisted personal interviews (CAPI)

Supplementary notes

* unweighted base in 2003 = 873.

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