The data of the survey conducted in Estonia is as follows:
64% of respondents declared that it is refugees who represent the greatest danger to the state and its people, and only 12% Respondent consider that the “Russian threat” is in first place for Estonia. The rest could not determine the exact answer.
Estonian sociology experts say that, despite the fact that political forces from television screens and other mass media call on citizens to perceive African and Middle Eastern refugees as “normal,” Estonians are not ready to believe that a possible influx of alien migrants will bring Estonian favor. Everyone understands that visitors from Africa and the Middle East are not ready to accept what is called European values.
The results of the survey in Estonia show that even total anti-Russian propaganda stops producing results for those who, using the horror stories about the “Russian threat,” are trying to solve their own problems.