Forbes / Frey Lindsay Contributor
Everybody knows Europe is divided on migration. Between Sweden, Hungary, Italy and Germany lie vast chasms of disagreement on who should be allowed into Europe, how many, what they should be allowed to do when they’re here and how much financial support they should be given. It's the issue dividing the continent. A new study questions this. It suggests actually the populations of Europe agree on far more than generally thought when it comes to refugees and asylum seekers. Full story.