Members of the violent and rapidly expanding white supremacist Nordic Resistance Movement march through the town of Ludvika, Sweden. The United Nations' 2030 vision for "peaceful, just and inclusive societies" includes migrants. But the data from Gallup's new Migrant Acceptance Index reveals that some countries are years away from realising this vision, with low acceptance of migrants permeating all levels of society. Many countries on the front lines of the recent migrant crisis in Europe are among the least-accepting countries in the world for migrants, according to the Gallup poll. Nine of the 10 countries on the index are former Soviet bloc countries -- with most located along the Balkan route that once channeled asylum seekers from Greece to Germany.