Hier dans The Guardian : Syrian refugees: empathy wanes in US and UK as more voters say shut borders
Since Paris attacks, survey shows public opinion has hardened among American and Britons but Canadians soften stance – yet all agree on security checks.
British and American public opinion towards refugees has hardened following the terrorist attacks in Paris. More than four in ten (44%) Britons now believe that the UK should close its borders to refugees entirely, up five points since October, according to new research by Ipsos Mori.
The view is shared by nearly one in two (48%) Americans, up two points compared with last month.
Opinions in the two countries are in stark contrast to opinion in Canada, where a third of voters want to see borders shut to refugees, which represents a one point drop on October.
Pour consulter l'article : http://www.theguardian.com/world/2015/nov/20/syrian-refugees-public-opinion-border-security