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This week the European Court of Justice ruled against Slovakia and Hungary for refusing to accept an EU-designated number of refugees (an agreement hammered out to take pressure off Italy and Greece, where most refugees first set foot on EU soil). These maps, based on 2015 data, reflect how comfortable survey participants across the European Union would be if their child was in a relationship with one of four different minorities. In general, Slovakian and Czech respondents would be most uncomfortable if their child was in a relationship with any of the minorities mentioned and Swedes and Brits would be most accepting. Almost uniformly, EU residents were most uncomfortable with their child being in a relationship with a Muslim. brilliantmaps.com/europe-relationships/
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