Nearly 40 per cent of Britons say they no longer feel at home because of immigration.

However, Italy is the most anti-immigrant country in Europe, according to a YouGov poll, with more than half of people agreeing with the statement: “There are so many foreigners living here, it doesn’t feel like home any more.”

French and German people are also highly likely to agree with the statement, at 47 per cent and 44 per cent respectively.

The chart below, by Statista, shows the UK as the fifth most anti-immigrant country in Europe, with 37 per cent agreeing with the statement.

an ‘English’ High street

That puts Britain in fifth place among the 12 countries polled, although more British people disagree with the statement (39 per cent) than agree.

report into integration between different communities in Britain found there were areas which were struggling to cope with the pace and scale of change they faced as a result of immigration.

Poland, Lithuania and Romania are the least anti-immigrant countries, with between 15 and 18 per cent agreeing with the statement, likely due to the lower levels of immigration they have experienced.

In Italy, nearly 70 per cent of people who hold authoritarian populist views agreed with the statement.

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