In the run up to the British general election, immigration is a key issue.
Interestingly, there is a considerable age gap on the immigration debate. Just 29 percent of people aged between 18 and 24 consider "immigration and asylum are one of Britain's most important issues". Among people aged over 60, this rises to 59 percent. To learn more about migration and its effects on British voters, refer to Statista's latest feature in the Independent.
This chart shows the share of Britons stating "immigration and asylum are one of Britain's most important issues".
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