The vast majority of Europeans are worried about the number of Muslims in their country and believe the terrorist threat is far from over, according to an EU-wide study out Monday.

The results of the survey by the Szazadveg Foundation, a center-right Hungarian think tank, show an increasingly pessimistic Europe, with 70 percent of those polled believing an increase in Muslim migration is a serious threat to the Continent and 86 percent saying a terrorist attack is likely in their country.

The foundation surveyed 1,000 people in each of the 28 EU member nations. The poll — Project 28: Report on the condition of the European Union — was carried out in April but publication of the results delayed until after the Brexit referendum.

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