POLL: Unemployed and Low-Paid Most Opposed to ImmigrationChris Menahan
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A new poll out of Ireland shows unemployed and low-paid workers are the most opposed to immigration, while the rich and affluent view immigration as a positive.
The unemployed and people in low-paying jobs are most resistant to immigrants coming to Ireland as the country's attitude to immigration becomes divisive, according to a new Sunday Independent/Kantar Millward Brown poll.The divide is between those who actually have to watch their communities overrun with immigrants and those who live in gated communities far above the "riffraff."
It's also between those who work unskilled labor jobs and want a decent wage and those who want to import unskilled labor so they can hire them for pennies.
...It comes as the Government has committed to relocating 4,000 refugees to Ireland before the end of this year.Indeed, everything is working out great in Germany and France.
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