Budapest, September 21 (MTI) – A total of 84 percent of Hungarian adults believe that rejecting migrants is not racism, a representative survey made on commission by online news portal showed.

Only 13 percent said that rejecting migrants is racism, reported citing the results of the national survey carried out on September 10-15.

Some 73 percent of left-wing voters do not consider rejecting migrants racism, and 81 percent of centrist voters and 91 percent of right-wing voters share this view.

According to the survey, in addition to rejecting illegal migrants, 71 percent of Hungarians are also against taking in refugees from Syria and Iraq, including 55 percent of left-wing voters, 67 percent of centrist voters and 87 percent of right-wing voters, reported.

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  1. Why would be racism in the first place? When the house cannot sustain more people, it is a crime against humanity if you keep accepting people.

  2. We should send them all to the weak ass northern european countries like norway

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