Interestingly, "Sixty percent of Britons of south Asian origin feel there are too many immigrants in the country, a pre-election opinion poll for the BBC Asian Network indicated on Friday." The Daily Times summary of the BBC poll findings contradicts the assumption that immigrants would not be of the opinion that there are too many immigrants in the nation, as this implies that immigration should be capped or limited in some fashion. Obviously, one would suspect that immigrant populations favor somewhat porous borders because they were immigrants!
The timing of these findings should come as no surprise, as immigration has become a controversial topic in England as the election draws near. In fact, The Washington Post's Outlook section featured articles on immigration in the United States and the United Kingdom. They are both worth a read:
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