A study by the European Commission asked EU citizens how comfortable they would feel if their child pursued a romantic relationship with a person from a different cultural background or faith.
The relationship between Europe and migrants has evidently been a tricky one and despite many people evolving with the times, this questionnaire puts things into perspective.
The data which was collected in 2015 was re-released in August 2017 by reddit user Bezzelford who created quite a stir online after revamping the data in map form and here are the results,
The first map (relating to black people) shows an overall acceptance from EU citizens with Great Britain, Sweden, Denmark and Netherlands in the top 90 to 100% bracket whereas citizens from Bulgaria, Slovakia and the Czech Republic are less comfortable scoring under 30%.
Again Sweden are the high scorers and are most likely to be comfortable whilst Slovakia, Czech Republic are less comfortable about an Asian courting their child.
The third map shows a higher average of countries where EU citizens are more accepting of Jewish relations with their child with only some below the 40% mark.
The fourth map is by far the most dramatic of all changes from the previous maps seen, as it shows a great divide to those countries who favoured black, Jewish and Asian people over Muslims.
European countries, do better! SMH!