According to Ipsos, the scenario changes in the case of an immigrant without American citizenship. Brazil is 15th in the study.
Americans are the second most inclusive people when answering who is a citizen of their country, only behind the Canadians, according to Ipsos research in 27 countries (including Brazil). No one is more tolerant than an American when the question is about an immigrant with a citizenship. The scenario, however, changes if it addresses the legal immigrant who has lived most of the life in the US, but lacks any citizenship, or the illegal immigrant which has been living for many years in the country.
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