The U.S, Japan and Spain stand out among 27 countries in terms of positive regard for immigration.
Worldwide, a record 258 million people lived outside their country of birth in 2017, up from 153 million in 1990. Their share of the global population is also up, reaching 3.4% in 2017, compared with 2.9% in 1990.
In a survey of 27 countries, 45% of the median country’s population wanted less immigration, 36% wanted no change, and 14% wanted more immigration.
The countries with the lowest percentage wanting less immigration were Japan (13%), U.S.(27%), Spain (30%), and Canada (29%).
The countries with the highest percentage wanting more immigration were the U.S (24%), Japan (28%, and Spain (23%).
From Pew Research