The integration of immigrants has been overwhelmingly unsuccessful in key EU nations, according to a survey by the European Commission.
In Germany, only 31% of people think integration has gone well, 63% think it’s unsuccessful.
How successful has integration been in your country?
Britain: 55% successful vs. 36% unsuccessful
Germany: 31% successful vs. 63% unsuccessful
Sweden (w/ election this year): 24% successful vs. 73% unsuccessful
— Sophie Gaston (@sophgaston) April 27, 2018
And in Sweden it’s even worse – 24% think it’s gone well, a whopping 73% think it’s gone badly.