According to the first result of the Eurobarometer poll conducted in the spring 2018, immigration remains the most important issues facing the EU for for 38% of European citizens (-1 percentage point since autumn 2017). It is the number One EU-level concern in 21 Member States (up from 14 in autumn 2017). The highest rates are found in Estonia (62%), the Czech Republic (58%) and Hungary (56%). It is the second most important EU-level concern in all the remaining Member States, except Portugal where it comes in the fifth place with only 16%.
Full article and preliminary report: ec.europa.eu/migrant-integration/news/europe-immigration-most-important-issue-facing-the-eu-eurobarometer-says