Only 15 percent of Scottish teenagers want to see more immigration, according to an official study, the results of which will have come as a blow to the nation’s mass migration-backing political establishment.
A survey carried out by Ipsos Mori revealed that almost two-thirds of more than 1,700 Scottish 11- to 18-year-old state school pupils polled believe immigration should be cut or kept at its current level — which is much lower than in neighbouring England.
More than a third of teenagers polled (35 percent) felt the level of immigration to Scotland should stay the same, while 30 per cent said immigration should be “decreased” or “stopped completely”, the Scotsman reports.
Church of Scotland minister wants to settle 200,000 migrants in the Highlands. What could go wrong…? https://t.co/e1gqAenRhy
— Jack Montgomery ن (@JackBMontgomery) August 25, 2017