Polls show UK public very unhappy with immigration and politicians behind it

UK Prime minister David Cameron has been criticised for failing to hit his target of cutting net immigration to below 100,000, with the most recent figures putting the actual number at 298,000. Who really still believes anything this imposter says? Or anything any politician says? The chart below tells the story.


Opinions on levels of immigration show a similar mood.


The public don’t dislike all immigration.


Source: YouGov / Red Box from the Times. YouGov interviewed 1,581 British adults between February 24 and 25

Categories: Culture, UK Politics


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