Following similar ippr research in England and Wales, this reports looks at what people in Scotland think about asylum seekers and refugees.
The findings show that, as is commonly assumed, there is greater tolerance to asylum seekers in Scotland than in England but that this largely positive picture hides a more worrying set of views.
ippr conducted 13 focus groups for this report in Dundee, Edinburgh and Glasgow.
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