People from Iraq, Somalia, Turkey and Afghanistan are more likely to fail the Danish citizenship test than other nationalities.
Thousands of people across Denmark will today take the country's citizenship test in a bid to become nationals of their adopted home.
The test involves 40 multiple choice questions on Danish culture, history and society. The pass mark is 32.
The Local Denmark editor Michael Barrett, a British citizen, will be amongst those taking the test, which is held twice yearly, on Wednesday.
According to an analysis carried out by the Ministry for Immigration and Integration based on the 3,545 people who took the test in November 2017, people from countries classed as 'non-Western' fail the test six times out of ten.