A week after restrictions on Romanian and Bulgarian migrants arriving in the UK were lifted, a new survey has revealed that more than three-quarters of British people want to see a cut in immigration.
A British Social Attitudes survey found that 56 per cent of the population believe the number of migrants allowed into Britain should be cut by ‘a lot’, and a further 21 per cent feel it should be reduced ‘a little’.
However, NatCen Social Research has found that fewer people now than in 2011 think immigration is bad for the economy – 47 per cent in 2013 compared with 52 per cent two years previously.
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