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1

in the past decade, ......................migrants have moved into the city, more than one in ........ of the population

24,000
1 in 8 of the population

2

the number of people who who say the impact of immigration is 'very bad' has nearly doubled from ..% to .......% in 2013

11% to 21%

3

over........of the population think immigration should be cut by a lot, and these people are now voting for ...............and the new...................to voice their views

over half
UKIP and the Brexit Party

4

........% of households in Peterborough have no one at home who speak English
How this impacts sense of place, character of place and meaning & representation

10%
-small, almost ghettoised communities have formed, meaning integration is not happening and even second generation immigrants are become frustrated that others are not integrating
-Peterborough could be seen as diverse and open, but the rise of the right wing means that this asset to the city can fuel anger and frustration
-representation of Peterborough now focused on negative aspects of immigration, especially with the Brexit result in which Peterborough voted to leave

5

Peterborough voted to leave in the Brexit referendum by ........%

60.9%