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Forty-nine per cent of Australians support a ban on Muslim immigration, survey finds


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Forty-nine per cent of Australians support a ban on Muslim immigration, survey finds

A survey has found almost half of Australians support a ban on Muslim immigrants.

A NEW survey has found almost half of Australians support a ban on Muslim immigration.

The Essential poll asked more than 1000 respondents whether they would support or oppose Pauline Hanson’s proposed ban on Muslim immigration.

Sixty per cent of Liberal voters, 40 per cent of Labor voters and 34 per cent of Greens voters said they would support the ban.

More than 40 per cent of people who favoured this ban said it was an “integration” issue, saying they fear Muslims “do not integrate into Australian society”.

The second-highest reason was “Terrorist threat”, at 27 per cent.

The race discrimination commissioner, Tim Soutphommasane, is expected to address community division at a forum at the Australian National University…

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3 thoughts on “Forty-nine per cent of Australians support a ban on Muslim immigration, survey finds

  1. Yet, many of the the morons asked were ALP/Green voters….it’s like asking a German Jew in 1941(when the Holocaust started at speed) if he supported Hitler. looks like idiots still vote although that is what the “leaders” depend upon. Mind you Turnbull is a leftist in charge of a “conservative” party, but at least the border control still works…so far. But the “legal” muslim immigrants are still flooding into Australia and marrying idiot Australian girls who churn out 4-8 boys to repeat the process.

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    • Stopping their immigration, and that most specifically includes “family reunification”, is the start.

      The goal is complete and permanent removal of Islam, the institution, its properties and the practitioners.

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