The countries Brits welcome - and dislike - immigration from

Ukip leader Nigel Farage is today clarifying his party's immigration policy, as a proposed 50,000-strong cap on net annual immigration is dropped.

Despite Ukip spokesman Steve Woolfe only last week committing to the measure, Farage ruled out an "arbitrary target".

Prime minister David Cameron has been criticised for failing to hit his target of cutting net immigration to below 100,000, with the most recent figures putting the actual number at 298,000.

As the below charts show, Ukip is the most trusted party on immigration, but overall people feel contradicted about its impact.

Respondents in the same survey the charts are based on were asked whether immigrants from a selection of countries had made a positive or negative impact upon the UK. The results are mapped below.

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