The world is becoming less tolerant of migrants, according to a poll released on Wednesday. Al Jazeera reports that seven European countries, led by North Macedonia, Hungary, Serbia, and Croatia, topped the Gallup index of the world’s least-accepting countries but the sharpest changes in attitude were in Peru, Ecuador and Colombia, which have seen an influx of Venezuelans fleeing turmoil at home. Among European countries, only Sweden and Ireland made the Gallup top 10 of most-accepting countries, while Gallup migration expert Julie Ray said some people might be surprised that the United States, where President Donald Trump has made curbing immigration a cornerstone of his policy, ranked sixth, just behind Sierra Leone.