Monday, January 18, 2016

Rate of increase in immigration

From 2010-2014 there has been 0% increase in immigration growth to the U.S. from Mexico and only 3% for all of South America, so the Donald is spouting for nothing. But it's 25% from South Asia; 36% from Iraq; 25% from Egypt; and 93% from Saudi Arabia. Meanwhile, there has been a -1% increase in growth of immigration from Europe. North Dakota, Wyoming, Montana and Kentucky have had the largest percentage of increase in growth of immigrants. Bernie Sanders' state and Hillary Clinton's state were among the smallest increases--Vermont was actually -7.2%. [American Fact Finder,]

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