Which groups of Europeans support or oppose migration? Independent research company shares detailed statistics


EU Migration Support Statistics by Demographic Report by Market Sampler

Low-income liberals and singles in Germany support migration the most. High-income Europeans, especially Hungarians and Italians, think differently.

VICTORIA, MALTA, December 12, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ – An independent market research company has published the results of two studies. The first research examines public opinion on illegal immigration to Europe, while the second reveals detailed information about who Hungarians would like to win the 2022 election.

The interactive Migration Acceptance Reports dashboard shows detailed information on demographic and social segments that support or are against a Europe that accepts illegal immigrants and asylum seekers.

The full report with an interactive dashboard is available on the Market Sampler website:
EU Migration Assistance Report

Key statistics from research findings on immigration in the EU

– 26.5% of respondents accept migration.
– 17.5% of respondents accept migration if it is legal.
– More than 56% of respondents do not support any form of immigration.
– Immigration is least supported by EU citizens in the 40 to 47 age segment.
– Hungary and Italy are mostly against immigration.
– Immigration is the most sustained in Germany and Austria.
– People who are single are more tolerant than people who are married or in a relationship.
– Migration is more supported by low and middle income people with liberal political views, while high income liberals are not as supportive.

Disclaimer: This research has not been sponsored by any public or political organization. Research results are based on public opinion and do not reflect the opinion or views of the research agency.

Public opinion research results regarding the Hungarian elections of 2022

The 2022 elections in Hungary can be a game-changer for Hungary. The fragmented opposition has joined a coalition for a chance to beat Viktor Orban in the next election. The six-party group elected Péter Márki-Zay as candidate for prime minister. Péter Márki-Zay was an unexpected winner in the pre-elections organized by Ferenc Gyurcsany, the former Hungarian Prime Minister who heads the DK, the most powerful opposition party.

Although Viktor Orban has come under heavy criticism for his anti-migration and anti-LGBT measures in recent years, he remains popular with Hungarians.

The full report with an interactive dashboard is available on the Market Sampler website:
Investigation report on the Hungarian elections of 2022

Key statistics from Hungarian public research related to the 2022 elections:

– More than 49% of respondents would be happy for someone else instead of Viktor Orban or Márki-Zay.
– 35.4% of those questioned would like to continue having Viktor Orban as Prime Minister in the future.
– 15% would vote for opposition leader Márki-Zay Peter.
– Viktor Orban is the most popular in Budapest, the capital of Hungary.
– Márki-Zay Peter is most popular with low income and low education segments.

Disclaimer: This research has not been sponsored by any public or political organization. Research results are based on public opinion and do not reflect the opinion or views of the research agency.

Both reports were published by Market Sampler, an independent market research company based in Malta. The survey firm has been involved in political and public opinion research for NGOs, government agencies and social enterprises. The company is providing information to several parties in the 2021 German federal elections.

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