Phrase: "...about what should be done about immigration?"

English Language Proficiency Tests, Advanced Level

ESL/EFL Test #523 [color=blue]“English Slang Idioms (107)”, question 2

“What do I think about immigration? Well, I am in two about should be done about immigration. I recognize that our country offers freedom that others don’t have and I don’t think it is unreasonable to try to attain freedom. However, if everyone was allowed to become a citizen, our infrastructure would likely fail,” Velma told Eunice.

(a) cognitive dissonance
(b) minds
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(d) personalities

English Language Proficiency Tests, Advanced Level

ESL/EFL Test #523 [color=blue]“English Slang Idioms (107)”, answer 2

“What do I think about immigration? Well, I am in two minds about should be done about immigration. I recognize that our country offers freedom that others don’t have and I don’t think it is unreasonable to try to attain freedom. However, if everyone was allowed to become a citizen, our infrastructure would likely fail,” Velma told Eunice.

Correct answer: (b) minds
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Should it not read:

Well, I’m in two…about what should be done about immigration?

Is “in two minds” actually the phrase used in BrE?

Perhaps that’s the accepted BrE variant of “of two minds”, which would be the only correct form in AmE.

Yes, it does seem that ‘what’ is missing, regardless of the ‘two minds’ phrase.