Country

Denmark Denmark

Title

Udlændinge- og Integrationsministeriet (Ministry of Immigration and Integration), Det nationale integrationsbarometer (The National Integration Barometer)

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Year

2020

Type of publication

Poll

Geographical coverage

National

Area/location of interest

Not applicable - national level

Type of Institution

Public authority

Institution

Denmark, The Ministry of Immigration and Integration

Main Thematic Focus

Discrimination

Target Population

Migrants

Key findings

The yearly poll from the Ministry of Immigration and Integration shows the share of non-western immigrants and descendants who have experienced being discriminated because of their ethnic background. In 2012, 45 % of all respondents report that they have experienced being discriminated because of their ethnic background. The share remained level in 2013 and dropped to 43 % in 2014 through 2016. In 2018 the share rose to a record high of 48 %, while it has dropped to 45 % in 2020.

Methodology (Qualitative/Quantitative and exact type used, questionnaires etc)

Poll

Sample details and representativeness

The poll is part of the 'Integration Barometer' - a bundle of statistics collected by The Ministry of Immigrants and integration that measures the level of integration of immigrants and descendants into Danish society. The poll shows the share of non-western immigrants and descendants who have experienced being discriminated because of their ethnic background. Only immigrants who have resided in Denmark for at least three years are included. The poll has been conducted on a yearly basis since 2012

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