According to an Ipsos survey commissioned byDagens Nyheter News, six out of ten Swedes are in favor of reducing immigration and two-thirds want a fixed ceiling for the number of immigrants admitted every year.
The survey provides a snapshot of the current situation following a decades-long multicultural project, in which most Swedes were against mass immigration that consisted mainly of economic migrants and a small minority of real refugees.
On Thursday, the ruling parties of the so-called Migration Committee will meet again to try to agree on a new immigration policy. One of the points that they still disagree on is whether Sweden should have a ceiling on how many migrants can be admitted each year.
While Moderates and Christian Democrats want Sweden to cut the migrant influx to the same level as other Scandinavian countries, which would mean a reduction by 80 percent, the Swedish Democrats want…
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