There is no majority of citizens in the world that supports increasing immigration levels to their home nation, a Pew Research Center study reveals.
The research found that of the 27 nations surveyed, not a single one supported increasing immigration by a majority. In fact, less than 15 percent of the median total of the 27 nations’ citizens supported plans to increase immigration.
Meanwhile, 12 of the nations held majorities that supported reducing immigration, including Greece, Hungary, Italy, Germany, Israel, Russia, and South Africa. Greece and Israel have the largest majorities of citizens who support cutting immigration.