TARTU - A survey taken last month has found 21 per cent of Estonians considers immigration to be the biggest problem Estonia is facing at the moment. Unemployment was second, chosen by 12 per cent of the respondents.
The question is the following: how did 21 per cent of Estonians come to consider immigration their main national worry when the country is yet to receive a single asylum-seeker from the assigned EU quota? Or, in other words, why are so many people troubled about something they do not know about first hand? The answer must then lie in what has been told to the...
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