Two-thirds of Britons think the Tories have ‘lost control’ of immigration, poll shows

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Two-thirds of Britons think the Tories have ‘lost control’ of immigration, poll shows

Two-thirds of Britons believe the Tories have 'lost control' of immigration, a new poll has revealed.In an Omnisis survey, 66 per cent of voters agree

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Two-thirds of Britons believe the Tories have ‘lost control’ of immigration, a new poll has revealed.

In an Omnisis survey, 66 per cent of voters agreed the Government had ‘lost control’ of arrivals to the UK, while only 19 per cent disagreed and 15 per cent said they didn’t know.

It was also found that nearly two-fifths (38 per cent) of voters believed Britain leaving the EU would make it easier for ministers to control immigration.

This compared to one third (33 per cent) who believed it would make it harder and 28 per cent who didn’t know.

But, when asked if post-Brexit border controls had made the Government better able to control immigration, 67 per cent said no and only 14 per cent said yes.

In an Omnisis survey, 66 per cent of voters agreed the Government had 'lost control' of arrivals to the UK, while only 19 per cent disagreed and 15 per cent said they didn't know

In an Omnisis survey, 66 per cent of voters agreed the Government had 'lost control' of arrivals to the UK, while only 19 per cent disagreed and 15 per cent said they didn't know

In an Omnisis survey, 66 per cent of voters agreed the Government had ‘lost control’ of arrivals to the UK, while only 19 per cent disagreed and 15 per cent said they didn’t know

The poll was conducted after official estimates released yesterday showed net migration reached a record high of 606,000 people last year

The poll was conducted after official estimates released yesterday showed net migration reached a record high of 606,000 people last year

The poll was conducted after official estimates released yesterday showed net migration reached a record high of 606,000 people last year

The poll was conducted after official estimates released yesterday showed net migration reached a record high of 606,000 people last year.

The Office for National Statistics said a total of 1.2 million people are likely to have migrated to the UK in 2022, while 557,000 are estimated to have migrated from the UK in the same period.

Prime Minister Rishi Sunak said the ‘numbers are just too high’ but insisted he had not lost control of the immigration system.

A number of Tory MPs spoke out about the Government’s continued failure to meet a 2019 general election promise to bring down overall migration numbers.

The Omnisis poll also asked voters if there should be more or less migration to the UK.

Nearly half (49 per cent) said there should be less, 27 per said the same amount and 10 per cent said there should be more migration.

Brian Cooper, managing director of Omnisis, said: ‘What our latest poll suggests to me is that what the public was told about how Brexit would strengthen the UK’s ability to manage its borders and immigration is very different to the reality.’

The poll questioned 1,361 people between 25th to 26th May.

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