More than half of Brits feel immigrants from Eastern Europe have adversely impacted levels of unemployment in the UK.
A ComRes survey carried out for ITV News found:
- 51% felt they had negatively impacted unemployment levels
- Just 11% said Eastern European immigrants had a positive impact
- 25% thought they had a neutral or no impact
- 13% did not know
The welfare state is the area those questioned believe is most likely to have been negatively impacted (57%).
The UK economy (22%) and the skill level of the labour force (22%) are deemed to be the areas most positively affected by Eastern European immigration.
The boss of Risby Park Farm said most of his workforce are Eastern European because British people aren't interested in working there.
Schools are having to work to help pupils who do not speak English natively - they insist they are adapting, but some locals are worried.
The streets are pretty quiet in the Romanian village of Racsa and then you realise why - it is missing an entire generation.