Immigration and Refugee Protection in Northern Ireland: An Analysis of Public Attitudes


This report provides insight into the opinions of Northern Ireland residents about their society, its perceived prospects and place in the world, as well as attitudes to immigration and to refugee protection policies.

SCI commissioned this research to support effective communications for activists and organisations and to provide policy makers with insights for effective public engagement for policy change.

The report and executive summary provide a range of findings, including: “A majority of people in Northern Ireland remain warm towards incoming new communities, including refugees and migrants.”