IPS survey finds most Singapore residents, especially older ones, want strict limits on inflow of foreigners

IPS survey finds most Singapore residents, especially older ones, want strict limits on inflow of foreigners

24/3/2021 12:32:00 PM

IPS survey finds most Singapore residents, especially older ones, want strict limits on inflow of foreigners

SINGAPORE — While most Singapore residents want strict limits on the number of foreigners entering the city-state, this view is more prevalent among those who are older.

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IPS study finds most Singapore residents, especially older ones, want strict limits on inflow of foreignersSINGAPORE — While most Singapore residents want strict limits on the number of foreigners entering the city-state, this view is more prevalent among those who are older. Good luck running an economy like that More than 2,000 Singapore residents were polled to understand public attitudes towards immigration and its policies. Here's how Singapore compares to others around the world. Read more:

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