Poll: 84 percent of Israelis say migrant workers are a danger to country

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December 4, 2013 09:38

 
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An overwhelming majority of Israelis believe that migrant workers present a danger to their country.

According to a poll released by the Midgam survey company, 84 percent of the public says that migrant workers pose a national danger, while just 12 percent said there was no threat to allowing workers into the country.

The results of the poll were announced by the Knesset Channel.


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