Spanish employers seem to appreciate Argentinian, Chinese or Bolivian workers more then nationals coming from Romania or Morocco, Spanish daily El Mundo reads, quoted by Romanian monitoring agency Rador. Spanish employers consider that foreigners should be granted a working permit before coming to the country. Moreover, they consider that foreigners have a nationalist attitude and are more honorable.

Some 41% of the Spanish population in Madrid consider that the Romanian community there - one of the largest in Spain - failed to integrate within their society.

Moreover, Spanish people seem to blame foreigners for the high crime rate registered in the last years.

However, some 70% of them believe that foreigners are discriminated while 60% of them consider they are treated in a different manner.