The Chatham House’s sensitive survey

The Chatham House, otherwise known as the Royal Institute of International Affairs or Her Majesty’s think tank, published the sensitive results of a European-wide survey. To the question “what do Europeans think about Muslim immigration?” the answer was summarized as “all further migration from mainly Muslim countries should be stopped.” Contradicting with official stances and speeches, this data delivered by a think tank with flawless reputation reflects the general divorce between European citizens and their political leaders. In total, 55% of Europeans said they wish to end the Muslim immigration while only 20% said they disagree and 25% said they neither agree nor disagree.