- 11 Mar 2016 8:00 AM
Both figures were up more than 10 points compared to the previous yearly report. Belonging to the EU was important for 55% of respondents on average, but only for 46% in Hungary.
Seven out of ten respondents in Europe felt there was more uniting than dividing them.
Fully 80% of Europeans felt asylum seekers should be better distributed among EU member states and three quarters of them thought mandatory quotas should be approved to guide this process.
About 51% of respondents said their country needed legal immigrants, but in 11 states, among them Hungary, the majority did not share this opinion.
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