|Title:||German Marshall Fund Poll: TransAtlantic Trends: Immigration Survey [MCMISC2010-IMM]|
|Survey Sponsor:||The German Marshall Fund of the United States|
|Survey Firm:||Taylor Nelson Sofres|
|Study Date:||August 27-September 13 and November 10-21, 2010|
|Sample:||Adult residents of Canada, France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Spain, United Kingdom and the United States|
|Survey Notes:||1000 respondents were interviewed in each country (except 1002 in Spain, 1003 in the United Kingdom and 1005 in the United States). Interviews in Spain, Italy and the United States included cellular telephones.|
Most important issues (26); discussing immigration (1); following immigration news (1); foreign born population (5); legal status of immigrants (1); worrying about immigration (2); agreement with immigration statements (14); immigration enriching culture (1); preconditions for citizenship (3); admitting immigrants (2); reducing illegal immigration (5); social benefits for immigrants (5); accepting immigrants with education (1); government handling immigration (3); integrating More...
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|Usage Note:||Additional support for this study was provided by the Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation--United States, the Compagnia di San Paolo--Italy, the Barrow Cadbury Trust--United Kingdom and Fundacion BBVA--Spain.|
The German Marshall Fund of the United States. German Marshall Fund Poll: TransAtlantic Trends: Immigration Survey, Aug, 2010 [dataset]. MCMISC2010-IMM, Version 2. Taylor Nelson Sofres [producer]. Cornell University, Ithaca, NY: Roper Center for Public Opinion Research, RoperExpress [distributor], accessed Dec-11-2017.
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