Brussels (AP) - People in Europe are still more concerned about immigration than about climate change. According to survey results, 34 percent of Europeans recently rated immigration as one of the two biggest problems faced by the EU. Climate change, on the other hand, was only mentioned by 22% of citizens. However, the EU Commission responsible for the survey points out that the awareness of the problem of climate change has recently risen sharply. The Europe-wide result corresponds approximately to that in Germany.
EU: Europeans see immigration more problematic than climate change
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