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As a result, a growing number of voters considered corruption and privilege one
of the most important problems in Austrian politics (Plasser and Ulram, 1990a, p.
20). In 1992, for example, 44 percent of the Austrian public considered "the ...
3 Immigration and Xenophobia During the past several years the question of
immigration has become one of the most significant social and political issues in
a growing number of West European countries. Thus in 1990, the question of
how to ...
Surveys confirm that this perception came increasingly to be shared by a growing
number of West Europeans. Thus, in 1992, 75 percent of the West German
population thought that most asylum seekers were abusing Germany's asylum
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