Opinion of pledged refugee numbers over five years in UK 2016, by political views

This graph shows the response to increase in number of refugees in the upcoming five years in the United Kingdom (UK) as of 2016, listed by political affiliation. Data showed that the majority of followers for the Conservative, Labour, UKIP and BNP parties consider the number of refugees entering the UK within five years to be too high, however, the majority of Liberal Democrats and Green supporters consider the number to be about the right amount.

Public opinion on the increase of 20,000 refugees within the next five years in the United Kingdom (UK) 2016, by political views

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Release date

February 2016


United Kingdom

Survey time period

February 1 to 8, 2016

Number of respondents

4,015 respondents

Age group

18 years and older

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