Poll: Europeans Say Greatest Threats Are Immigration and TerrorismChris Menahan
May. 13, 2018
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The majority of Europeans say the greatest threat to their nation is immigration and terrorism, according to a new YouGov poll.
Citizens of Great Britain, France and Spain said terrorism was the greatest threat to their country's security while citizens of Denmark, Sweden, Finland, Greece and Italy said the greatest threat was immigration.
Nearly every country said immigration was the most important issue facing the EU:
When it comes to protection against terrorism, the majority of citizens in France, Germany, Sweden, Finland, Poland, Lithuania, Greece, Italy and Spain said they don't trust their government "very much" or "at all" to make things better.
They similarly had no faith their governments would protect them from crime and the threat of immigration.
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