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Newsweek: Majority of Russians oppose immigration, fearing crime and unemployment

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The majority of Russians believe migration to their homeland should be curbed, while over a third believe that migrants should be segregated based on their nationality, according to a poll by independent Russian pollster Levada Center. According to the survey, 66 percent of Russians support reducing immigration into Russia, which, although high, is a drop […]

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