Overwhelming majority of Japanese don’t want more than 65 refugees per year

Overwhelming majority of Japanese don’t want more than 65 refugees per year, by Voice of Europe.

Last year the country accepted only 20 of about 20,000 asylum requests by refugees and 45 people were allowed to stay on humanitarian grounds.

A poll carried out earlier this year showed that 58 per cent of Japanese don’t want more migration and 13 per cent want even less migration into the country.

With 71 per cent, the Japanese overwhelmingly support the idea of not accepting more than 65 refugees per year and 13 per cent want even fewer.

What an amazing coincidence:

Japan, being a homogenous country, barely has troubles with no-go zones, terrorism or radicalisation.

Japan has one of the highest average IQ’s in the world, if not the highest. Looks like it will be staying that way.

hat-tip Stephen Neil