Survey: Czechs are the Most Opposed to Migrants in EU.
The support for non-European migrants is the lowest in the Czech Republic, with only 14 percent of respondents saying they support this type of migration.
Arabs are the most disliked as only seven percent of Czechs expressed their sympathy for them.
* While most of the political parties are weak, the Czech citizens 💪 are the best defense and would not tolerate the type of multicult nonsense that plays out in the streets of the West EU bloc.
They are not alone.
– 19 member states recorded negative views on this topic of non-EU migration out of the 28 total member states. This according to the Standard Eurobarometer 91 report on the views of Europeans on the EU’s priorities.
However, there are stark differences between some countries.
The highest levels of opposition to non-EU migrants were seen in the Czech Republic (86 percent), Estonia (74 percent) and Latvia (74 percent).
Other countries strongly opposed to non-EU immigration were Hungary at 70 percent, and Greece and Slovakia both at 68 percent.
Other countries with strong majority opposition to non-EU migrants were Italy and Finland at 56 percent, France at 53 percent as well as Poland, Denmark, and the Netherlands all at 52 percent.
Polling shows that Czechs have a highly positive opinion of their neighbors, with surveys showing they like Slovaks and Poles the most.