GENERAL
Migration SRSG UN
8 questions polled on this topic
95% response rate
724 responded out of 764 polled
Sep 8. 2017
Is migration a human right
Sep 8. 2017
Why do children move from one country to another
Sep 8. 2017
Moving from one country to another is
Sep 8. 2017
Which is the hardest that children who move have to endure
Sep 8. 2017
When large groups of children arrive into another country you think that...
Sep 8. 2017
When migrant or refugee children arrive into another country you
Sep 8. 2017
What do you believe are the most important issues they face
Sep 8. 2017
What should Governments do

POLL RESULTS

SEP 8. 2017
Is migration a human right
724 responded out of 764 polled
Female
3%
No
 
No
97%
Yes
 
Yes

Male
6%
No
 
No
94%
Yes
 
Yes
0-14
94%
yes
 
yes
6%
no
 
no

15-19
96%
yes
 
yes
4%
no
 
no

20-24
97%
yes
 
yes
3%
no
 
no

25-30
100%
yes
 
yes
0%
no
 
no

31-34
100%
yes
 
yes
0%
no
 
no

35+
95%
yes
 
yes
5%
no
 
no
4%
No
 
No
96%
Yes
 
Yes
SEP 8. 2017
Why do children move from one country to another
607 responded out of 764 polled
Female
10%
To meet their family members
 
To meet their family members
43%
To improve their economic situation
 
To improve their economic situation
46%
To escape from violence
 
To escape from violence

Male
6%
To meet their family members
 
To meet their family members
47%
To improve their economic situation
 
To improve their economic situation
47%
To escape from violence
 
To escape from violence
0-14
26%
to escape from violence
 
to escape from violence
49%
to improve their economic situation
 
to improve their economic situation
26%
to meet their family members
 
to meet their family members

15-19
47%
to escape from violence
 
to escape from violence
45%
to improve their economic situation
 
to improve their economic situation
8%
to meet their family members
 
to meet their family members

20-24
50%
to escape from violence
 
to escape from violence
42%
to improve their economic situation
 
to improve their economic situation
7%
to meet their family members
 
to meet their family members

25-30
41%
to escape from violence
 
to escape from violence
50%
to improve their economic situation
 
to improve their economic situation
9%
to meet their family members
 
to meet their family members

31-34
50%
to escape from violence
 
to escape from violence
50%
to improve their economic situation
 
to improve their economic situation
0%
to meet their family members
 
to meet their family members

35+
31%
to escape from violence
 
to escape from violence
63%
to improve their economic situation
 
to improve their economic situation
6%
to meet their family members
 
to meet their family members
8%
To meet their family members
 
To meet their family members
44%
To improve their economic situation
 
To improve their economic situation
48%
To escape from violence
 
To escape from violence
SEP 8. 2017
Moving from one country to another is
657 responded out of 722 polled
Female
52%
Wouldn't know
 
Wouldn't know
27%
A dangerous process
 
A dangerous process
21%
A safe process
 
A safe process

Male
41%
Wouldn't know
 
Wouldn't know
38%
A dangerous process
 
A dangerous process
21%
A safe process
 
A safe process
0-14
49%
wouldn't know
 
wouldn't know
24%
a dangerous process
 
a dangerous process
27%
a safe process
 
a safe process

15-19
47%
wouldn't know
 
wouldn't know
33%
a dangerous process
 
a dangerous process
20%
a safe process
 
a safe process

20-24
58%
wouldn't know
 
wouldn't know
25%
a dangerous process
 
a dangerous process
17%
a safe process
 
a safe process

25-30
36%
wouldn't know
 
wouldn't know
42%
a dangerous process
 
a dangerous process
22%
a safe process
 
a safe process

31-34
33%
wouldn't know
 
wouldn't know
67%
a dangerous process
 
a dangerous process
0%
a safe process
 
a safe process

35+
44%
wouldn't know
 
wouldn't know
31%
a dangerous process
 
a dangerous process
25%
a safe process
 
a safe process
49%
Wouldn't know
 
Wouldn't know
30%
A dangerous process
 
A dangerous process
21%
A safe process
 
A safe process
SEP 8. 2017
Which is the hardest that children who move have to endure
186 responded out of 200 polled
Female
25%
Dangers from their surroundings
 
Dangers from their surroundings
18%
sexual violence
 
sexual violence
58%
Violence, abuse, explotation
 
Violence, abuse, explotation

Male
27%
Dangers from their surroundings
 
Dangers from their surroundings
8%
sexual violence
 
sexual violence
64%
Violence, abuse, explotation
 
Violence, abuse, explotation
0-14
30%
violence, abuse, explotation
 
violence, abuse, explotation
30%
sexual violence
 
sexual violence
40%
dangers from their surroundings
 
dangers from their surroundings

15-19
40%
violence, abuse, explotation
 
violence, abuse, explotation
21%
sexual violence
 
sexual violence
38%
dangers from their surroundings
 
dangers from their surroundings

20-24
73%
violence, abuse, explotation
 
violence, abuse, explotation
11%
sexual violence
 
sexual violence
16%
dangers from their surroundings
 
dangers from their surroundings

25-30
87%
violence, abuse, explotation
 
violence, abuse, explotation
0%
sexual violence
 
sexual violence
13%
dangers from their surroundings
 
dangers from their surroundings

31-34
75%
violence, abuse, explotation
 
violence, abuse, explotation
0%
sexual violence
 
sexual violence
25%
dangers from their surroundings
 
dangers from their surroundings

35+
50%
violence, abuse, explotation
 
violence, abuse, explotation
0%
sexual violence
 
sexual violence
50%
dangers from their surroundings
 
dangers from their surroundings
27%
Dangers from their surroundings
 
Dangers from their surroundings
13%
sexual violence
 
sexual violence
60%
Violence, abuse, explotation
 
Violence, abuse, explotation
SEP 8. 2017
When large groups of children arrive into another country you think that...
627 responded out of 653 polled
Female
30%
Make no difference
 
Make no difference
41%
Contribute to society
 
Contribute to society
29%
Create problems
 
Create problems

Male
27%
Make no difference
 
Make no difference
38%
Contribute to society
 
Contribute to society
35%
Create problems
 
Create problems
0-14
26%
make no difference
 
make no difference
49%
contribute to society
 
contribute to society
26%
create problems
 
create problems

15-19
29%
make no difference
 
make no difference
44%
contribute to society
 
contribute to society
27%
create problems
 
create problems

20-24
32%
make no difference
 
make no difference
35%
contribute to society
 
contribute to society
34%
create problems
 
create problems

25-30
31%
make no difference
 
make no difference
31%
contribute to society
 
contribute to society
37%
create problems
 
create problems

31-34
17%
make no difference
 
make no difference
17%
contribute to society
 
contribute to society
67%
create problems
 
create problems

35+
33%
make no difference
 
make no difference
40%
contribute to society
 
contribute to society
27%
create problems
 
create problems
29%
Make no difference
 
Make no difference
40%
Contribute to society
 
Contribute to society
31%
Create problems
 
Create problems
SEP 8. 2017
When migrant or refugee children arrive into another country you
616 responded out of 627 polled
Female
20%
Don't know
 
Don't know
16%
Deported, returned
 
Deported, returned
35%
Abused or exploited
 
Abused or exploited
28%
Protected and integrated to society
 
Protected and integrated to society

Male
22%
Don't know
 
Don't know
13%
Deported, returned
 
Deported, returned
38%
Abused or exploited
 
Abused or exploited
28%
Protected and integrated to society
 
Protected and integrated to society
0-14
19%
abused or exploited
 
abused or exploited
26%
protected and integrated to society
 
protected and integrated to society
14%
deported, returned
 
deported, returned
40%
don't know
 
don't know

15-19
29%
abused or exploited
 
abused or exploited
34%
protected and integrated to society
 
protected and integrated to society
18%
deported, returned
 
deported, returned
19%
don't know
 
don't know

20-24
41%
abused or exploited
 
abused or exploited
25%
protected and integrated to society
 
protected and integrated to society
13%
deported, returned
 
deported, returned
21%
don't know
 
don't know

25-30
60%
abused or exploited
 
abused or exploited
20%
protected and integrated to society
 
protected and integrated to society
9%
deported, returned
 
deported, returned
11%
don't know
 
don't know

31-34
33%
abused or exploited
 
abused or exploited
33%
protected and integrated to society
 
protected and integrated to society
0%
deported, returned
 
deported, returned
33%
don't know
 
don't know

35+
47%
abused or exploited
 
abused or exploited
13%
protected and integrated to society
 
protected and integrated to society
27%
deported, returned
 
deported, returned
13%
don't know
 
don't know
21%
Don't know
 
Don't know
15%
Deported, returned
 
Deported, returned
36%
Abused or exploited
 
Abused or exploited
28%
Protected and integrated to society
 
Protected and integrated to society
SEP 8. 2017
What do you believe are the most important issues they face
218 responded out of 222 polled
Female
25%
Prevention and housing
 
Prevention and housing
34%
Difficult access to services
 
Difficult access to services
22%
Discrimination
 
Discrimination
19%
Violence
 
Violence

Male
18%
Prevention and housing
 
Prevention and housing
41%
Difficult access to services
 
Difficult access to services
29%
Discrimination
 
Discrimination
12%
Violence
 
Violence
0-14
13%
prevention and housing
 
prevention and housing
25%
difficult access to services
 
difficult access to services
50%
violence
 
violence
13%
discrimination
 
discrimination

15-19
18%
prevention and housing
 
prevention and housing
27%
difficult access to services
 
difficult access to services
18%
violence
 
violence
38%
discrimination
 
discrimination

20-24
26%
prevention and housing
 
prevention and housing
35%
difficult access to services
 
difficult access to services
17%
violence
 
violence
22%
discrimination
 
discrimination

25-30
21%
prevention and housing
 
prevention and housing
63%
difficult access to services
 
difficult access to services
5%
violence
 
violence
11%
discrimination
 
discrimination

31-34
50%
prevention and housing
 
prevention and housing
50%
difficult access to services
 
difficult access to services
0%
violence
 
violence
0%
discrimination
 
discrimination

35+
29%
prevention and housing
 
prevention and housing
14%
difficult access to services
 
difficult access to services
14%
violence
 
violence
43%
discrimination
 
discrimination
22%
Prevention and housing
 
Prevention and housing
36%
Difficult access to services
 
Difficult access to services
24%
Discrimination
 
Discrimination
17%
Violence
 
Violence
SEP 8. 2017
What should Governments do
591 responded out of 612 polled
Female
3%
Deport them
 
Deport them
12%
Allow children to stay in destinatio
 
Allow children to stay in destinatio
66%
Support during transit
 
Support during transit
19%
Improve conditions in countries of o
 
Improve conditions in countries of o

Male
5%
Deport them
 
Deport them
10%
Allow children to stay in destinatio
 
Allow children to stay in destinatio
58%
Support during transit
 
Support during transit
27%
Improve conditions in countries of o
 
Improve conditions in countries of o
0-14
13%
improve conditions in countries of o
 
improve conditions in countries of o
5%
deport them
 
deport them
66%
support during transit
 
support during transit
16%
allow children to stay in destinatio
 
allow children to stay in destinatio

15-19
21%
improve conditions in countries of o
 
improve conditions in countries of o
4%
deport them
 
deport them
64%
support during transit
 
support during transit
12%
allow children to stay in destinatio
 
allow children to stay in destinatio

20-24
19%
improve conditions in countries of o
 
improve conditions in countries of o
2%
deport them
 
deport them
70%
support during transit
 
support during transit
9%
allow children to stay in destinatio
 
allow children to stay in destinatio

25-30
27%
improve conditions in countries of o
 
improve conditions in countries of o
3%
deport them
 
deport them
58%
support during transit
 
support during transit
12%
allow children to stay in destinatio
 
allow children to stay in destinatio

31-34
33%
improve conditions in countries of o
 
improve conditions in countries of o
0%
deport them
 
deport them
67%
support during transit
 
support during transit
0%
allow children to stay in destinatio
 
allow children to stay in destinatio

35+
13%
improve conditions in countries of o
 
improve conditions in countries of o
7%
deport them
 
deport them
60%
support during transit
 
support during transit
20%
allow children to stay in destinatio
 
allow children to stay in destinatio
4%
Deport them
 
Deport them
11%
Allow children to stay in destinatio
 
Allow children to stay in destinatio
64%
Support during transit
 
Support during transit
21%
Improve conditions in countries of o
 
Improve conditions in countries of o

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