Only 20 percent of Norwegians think immigration works very or quite well for the country, while 47 percent of people believe that the immigration system is failing, according tothe 2020 Integration Barometer, a survey commissioned by the Norwegian Integration and Diversity Directorate (IMDI).
The survey also found up to 79 percent of Norwegians argued that the challenges of immigration are caused by the immigrants themselves as they make inadequate efforts to integrate into society.
The survey further revealed that many Norwegians are skeptical towards those who practice Islam, with 52 percent of the population considering Islamic values incompatible with the values of Norwegian society.
Another 56 percent of Norwegians expressed skepticism about having a Muslim son-in-law or daughter-in-law, while 45 percent stated that they are skeptical about Muslims in general. A total of 70 percent of Norwegians than said they are skeptical about people with “strong Muslim faith.”
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