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Country

Taken from: Transatlantic Trends: Immigration, 2008.

Respondent Number

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Unique ID

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DA1. Gender

Taken from: Transatlantic Trends: Immigration, 2008.

DB. Approximate age

Taken from: Transatlantic Trends: Immigration, 2008.

DC1. At what stage did you complete your full-time studies?

Taken from: Transatlantic Trends: Immigration, 2008.

SPLIT QUESTION

Taken from: Transatlantic Trends: Immigration, 2008.

Q1. When you get together with friends, would you say you discuss political matters frequently, occasionally, or never?

Taken from: Transatlantic Trends: Immigration, 2008.

Q2. When you hold a strong political opinion, do you ever find yourself persuading your friends, relatives or fellow workers to share your views? Does this happen...?

Taken from: Transatlantic Trends: Immigration, 2008.

Q3. Some people say that immigration is more of a problem for (COUNTRY). Others see it as more of an opportunity for (COUNTRY). Which comes closer to your point of view?Only if prompted: By

Taken from: Transatlantic Trends: Immigration, 2008.

Q4. Generally speaking, how do you feel about people living in (COUNTRY) who are not [in EU: citizens of European Union countries / in US: American citizens].Are there too many, a lot but not too many or not many?

Taken from: Transatlantic Trends: Immigration, 2008.

Q5. In your opinion, do you think that most of the immigrants in (COUNTRY) are here legally, or are most of them here illegally?

Taken from: Transatlantic Trends: Immigration, 2008.

Q6.1 Can you tell me if you are worried or not worried about...? - Legal immigration

Taken from: Transatlantic Trends: Immigration, 2008.

Q6.2 Can you tell me if you are worried or not worried about...? - Illegal immigration

Taken from: Transatlantic Trends: Immigration, 2008.

Q8.1 In deciding whether or not immigrants should be admitted to (COUNTRY), how important or not is it for them to.... - To know (NATIONAL LANGUAGE)

Taken from: Transatlantic Trends: Immigration, 2008.

Q8.2 In deciding whether or not immigrants should be admitted to (COUNTRY), how important or not is it for them to.... - To have a family member already in (COUNTRY)

Taken from: Transatlantic Trends: Immigration, 2008.

Q8.3 In deciding whether or not immigrants should be admitted to (COUNTRY), how important or not is it for them to.... - To have a job offer

Taken from: Transatlantic Trends: Immigration, 2008.

Q8.4 In deciding whether or not immigrants should be admitted to (COUNTRY), how important or not is it for them to.... - To have a high level of education

Taken from: Transatlantic Trends: Immigration, 2008.

Q8.5 In deciding whether or not immigrants should be admitted to (COUNTRY), how important or not is it for them to.... - To come from a country with a Christian heritage

Taken from: Transatlantic Trends: Immigration, 2008.

Q9. Some people think that LEGAL immigrants who come to (COUNTRY) to work should only be admitted temporarily and then be required to return to their country of origin.Others feel ... .Which comes closer to your point of view?

Taken from: Transatlantic Trends: Immigration, 2008.

Q10. Thinking now about immigrants who are currently living in (COUNTRY) ILLEGALLY, should they be required to return to their country of origin, or should they be given the opportunity to obtain legal status that allows them to stay here?

Taken from: Transatlantic Trends: Immigration, 2008.

Q11.1 Thinking about policies which could be adopted in (COUNTRY) at the national level, ... Increasing development aid to poorer countries whose citizens immigrate illegally to (COUNTRY)

Taken from: Transatlantic Trends: Immigration, 2008.

Q11.2 Thinking about policies which could be adopted in (COUNTRY) at the national level, ... Reinforcing (NATIONALITY) border controls

Taken from: Transatlantic Trends: Immigration, 2008.

Q11.3 Thinking about policies which could be adopted in (COUNTRY) at the national level, ... Imposing tougher penalties on employers who hire illegal immigrants

Taken from: Transatlantic Trends: Immigration, 2008.

Q11.4 Thinking about policies which could be adopted in (COUNTRY) at the national level, ... Sending illegal immigrants back to their countries of origin

Taken from: Transatlantic Trends: Immigration, 2008.

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