The rejection of the mandatory resettlement quota is significant

Research data show that

70 percent of respondents have recently heard about Brussels’ plan to make it mandatory for EU Member States to distribute migrants according to quotas

and to establish and maintain refugee camps in Member States again.

It is important to emphasise that Hungarian public opinion clearly rejects Brussels’ migrant quota system. It can be considered that

more than two-thirds (68 percent) of Hungarians believe that if the distribution mechanism planned by Brussels is introduced, Hungary will have to resist the decision taken by Brussels and continue to fight against the mandatory resettlement quota.

The proportion of those who would acknowledge the mandatory resettlement of illegal immigrants according to quotas is estimated at 25 percent.

• Methodology

CATI method, n=1000, among the Hungarian adult population, data collection: June 2023