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People on low incomes are more worried about immigration than jobs, a poll has found.
Research for the Joseph Rowntree Foundation found that inflows were the most common concern for 30 per cent - compared to 28 per cent who were most anxious about work.
The study, conducted by think-tank NatCen, also suggests that Labour's traditional support among low-income voters is in decline.
Just 30 per cent of those in low-income households back Jeremy Corbyn's party, against 23 per cent for Conservatives and almost a quarter (24 per cent) who do not support any political party.

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