Visualizing The Countries Most And Least Accepting Of Migrants
Posted by Tyler Durden on August 24, 2017 5:00 am
Tags: Asylum seeker, Cultural globalization, Demography, Forced migration, Gallup, germany, Hungary, Iceland, New Zealand, Politics, Refugee, Slovakia, Social Issues, Statista, United Kingdom
Categories: Asylum seeker Cultural globalization Demography Economy Forced migration Gallup germany Hungary Iceland New Zealand Politics Refugee Slovakia Social Issues Statista United Kingdom
Statista’s Nial McCarthy notes that the research found that Macedonia, Montenegro, Hungary, Serbia, Slovakia and Croatia which are all along the Balkan route for asylum seekers recorded the lowest scores for accepting migrants.
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Iceland was at the opposite end of the scale, scoring 8.26 out of 9.0. It was followed by New Zealand and Rwanda.
Germany which has taken in huge numbers of refugees in recent years came 23rd overall with 7.09. The United States came 18th with 7.27. The United Kingdom came a distant 38th for migrant acceptance, scoring only 6.61 out of 9.0.