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Statistics About The Most Xenophobic Countries

The statistics on the most xenophobic countries show varying levels of discrimination and prejudice towards foreign individuals across different regions of the world.

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"South Africa is considered one of the most xenophobic countries according to surveys, with 21.4% showing extreme intolerance towards immigrants."

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"In 2018, Nigeria had the second highest percentage of respondents (17.8%) showing intolerant attitude towards immigrants."

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"14.8% of respondents in Kenya showed strong intolerance toward immigrants according to data from 2018."

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"Algeria had approximately 12.6% of its respondents display extreme xenophobia in 2018."

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"Approximately 11.2% of respondents in Bangladesh showed strong xenophobic attitudes in 2018."

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"The percentage of respondents in Georgia displaying high levels of Xenophobia in 2018 was about 10.9%."

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"A notable number of respondents in Iraq, around 10.6% showed strong xenophobic attitudes in 2018."

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"In Turkmenistan, 10.5% of respondents in 2018 showed extreme intolerance to foreigners."

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"Romania is among the top xenophobic countries in Europe with 10.1% of respondents in 2018 showing xenophobic tendencies."

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"In Thailand, 9.9% of respondents in 2018 showed strong xenophobic attitudes."

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"About 9.7% of the respondents in Azerbaijan displayed extreme xenophobia in 2018."

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"Approximately 9.5% of respondents in Gabon showed extreme xenophobic tendencies in 2018."

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"Serbia had roughly 9.5% of respondents show strong xenophobic tendencies in 2018."

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"Morocco had 9.3% of respondents displaying high levels of Xenophobia in 2018."

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"In Ecuador, 8.9% of respondents in 2018 showed strong xenophobic attitudes."

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