Young people think a steady stream of immigrants is eroding Britain's national identity and threatening jobs, a survey said today.
Almost two-thirds (60%) of the young people surveyed in the poll by the British Council thought the presence of foreign immigrants was "diluting" their sense of national identity.
A quarter said immigrants posed a threat to British workers' jobs and 12% said they thought the influx of people from abroad was a risk to security and public order.
Two thousand people aged between 18 and 35 were asked about their attitude towards immigration and their sense of national identity.
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