When one of the presenters (Mike Parry I think) said that maybe Mr Cameron was a little out of touch with the public on this issue he said that he most certainly was not, and that he speaks to members of the public every week about immigration and their only concerns about it were the numbers coming in and not cultural in any way shape or form (he also said that as long as the number of people coming in and the number leaving more or less matched then that was okay).
He also thought that the French burkha banning thing was going too far as was the Swiss vote on banning minarets.
So, in Mr Cameron's eyes if, say, a million white British Christians leave Britain every year and are replaced by a million Asian Pakistani Muslims then that's okay, and as long as the numbers balance then the good old British public won't mind being effectively 'replaced' in their homeland one bit.
'Out of touch' doesn't come close.
So for all those going to vote Tory because they think that they'll be strong on immigration and support a Christian Britain over an Islamic one - wake up!