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This editorial aims at explaining the attitude to migrants in the European Union using the case study of the Czech Republic. We argue that the attitude to migrants may be influenced by the attitude to other people, in general, as well as by the respondents' higher moral values represented by the belief in God. Our finding can be interpreted in two ways: causality interpretation and self-selection interpretation.fatcat:fbn4jc3ilbb6nmjc6nwupqnrl4