>How Is Immigration Viewed In The EU?
>A recent Eurobarometer poll suggests that 64 percent of Czechs, 55 percent of Italians, and 46 percent of Britons have a negative attitude towards immigrants from other EU member states. Meanwhile, 85 percent of all EU citizens surveyed agreed that additional measures need to be taken to fight illegal immigration from outside the EU.
Not to be rude but my guess is it is because you're poorer you don't get third worlders and probably just people interested in your country or honest hard working people. If you were to experience Somalis you'd change your tune quickly.
You talk as we are not aware of this. I did write probably two days ago, or even yesterday, what an average Croat perceives when he gets into the "immigration" conversation.
It's young girls, mothers/children from the Middle East. Hard working Chinese to help us in manual labour, Japanese/Koreans to advise our government and make our industries efficient, Germans/French/Brits who want to live here and have a contributing degree in natural sciences and we have a special boner for Germans slash civil engineers (because whatever the German builds is quality), Eastern Europeans (and especially Ukrainian and Russian girls), throw in Scandinavians for their praised "socialist model". If any of western European nations told us: Accept, say, 50,000 of our people, we would do it without hesitation. French, British, German, Dutch, Belgian, Scandinavian, hell, even Austrian and Slovene. The government wants solutions now, they believe a pro-natality approach will take too much money and too much time and we're already dropping really, really, fast
We don't think of Turks, Somalis and such, though our people were ready to accept the quota of 300 Syrians (but they chanted "GER-MA-NY, GER-MA-NY!") so that's that
You literally have articles in the newspaper talking about importing young fertile women to save Croatian demographics
Outside EU I can sorta understand, why are Czechs so negative towards EU migrations?
Serbia and Bosnia are outside of EU :^)
Anyway, I'm not so surprised Croatia is mostly positive towards migrations, with their economy mostly based on tourism
I guess their reaction at the end of their regime was x10 more powerful since Franco fell so late. Tons of commie parents, commie children, commie teachers etc. It's the same here on a certain extent.