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sobota, 10 aprila, 2021

Opinion poll: The Vast Majority of Respondents Oppose Adoption of Marrakesh Declaration that Legalizes the Smuggling of Illegal Migrants

The majority of Slovenians who participated in Parsifal’s public opinion poll oppose the adoption of the Marrakesh Declaration and believe that Slovenia should reject it.

 

According to the results of the survey conducted by Parsifal for Nova24TV, most respondents believe that the Marrakesh Declaration should be rejected because it will harm the receiving countries. 54.2 percent of respondents agree with this claim.

Only 19.3 percent of respondents believe that the said declaration should be supported because it will additionally protect the rights of migrants, while 26.4 percent of respondents consider they do not have enough knowledge on the issue to take sides.

The telephone and online survey was carried out by Parsifal for Nova24TV between 7 and 10 November 2018. The survey covered 706 respondents, of which 50.2 percent were women. The average age was 50.1 years. The majority of respondents, 34.3 percent, completed secondary school education. They are followed by those with completed higher education or more (26.7 percent), while 22.7 percent of respondents have a completed vocational school, and 16.3 percent of voters have completed elementary school or less.

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