Finns would rather live near a rehab centre than a mosque, poll claims
Attitude survey finds that a Muslim prayer room is second only to a drug users' needle exchange in terms of unpopular neighbourhood services, while support centres for alcoholics or mental health patients would be more warmly received.
Finns would prefer to live near an alcohol rehabilitation centre than to a Muslim prayer room, a new poll claims.
A survey commissioned by Yle on so-called Nimbyism – which stands for "Not In My Back Yard" - asked 1,000 respondents which services they would be happy to see established in their neighbourhood.
43 percent said they would have no objection to a rehab facility for alcoholics being established close to where they live – compared to just 34 percent who said they would be happy living close to a mosque or Muslim prayer room.
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