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Title: Four out of ten Spanish are in favor of expelling immigrants who are unemployed and nearly 80 percent think there are a number of "excessive" or "high" of foreigners in Spain.
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These figures emerge from the report by experts at the request of the Spanish Observatory on Racism and Xenophobia , the Ministry of Labour ...



These figures emerge from the report by experts at the request of the Spanish Observatory on Racism and Xenophobia , the Ministry of Labour and Immigration, which analyzes data collected by the C enter for Sociological Research in late 2009 on attitudes toward immigration in Spain.

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The Spanish believe that immigrants are the group "more protected", earning more than they contribute and which account for aid, especially schoolchildren, and they are still attributing responsibility for the deterioration in the quality of care and education.

The report concludes that there has been changes in the appreciation of the diversity that immigration brings, but has increased the acceptance of the expulsion of a student for wearing headscarf and has reached the willingness to maintain their culture and customs.

The authors attribute the change in the image of immigration to the economic crisis and warn that a higher incidence in the population groups most exposed to competition in the labor market.

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