About half the total population of Australia is of the opinion that immigration should be reduced; nevertheless, positivity is shown towards the largest migrants groups by the majority of the population, a new global survey revealed. According to the survey, 29% of Australian respondents said the benefits of immigration in their local areas are submerged by its costs. The same percentage - 29%, believed that none outweighs the other while 23% believed the benefits outweighed the costs. The global survey between February and March featured more than 25,000 respondents from 23 countries. 1006 Australian adults took part in the survey, 46% of whom favored a reduction in immigration while 23% believed it should be increased. The remaining respondents either want it to remain the same or did not know what the best immigration move is. These results have led to concerns about how anti-immigration public debates are affecting the population.
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