A NATION IN BORDER MELTDOWN: MILLIONS OF JOBS TO ILLEGALS AND BILLIONS IN WELFARE
the County of Los Angeles alone hands invading Mexicans more than ONE BILLION for anchor baby breeding = 18 years of gringo-paid welfare
FOR EIGHT YEARS BARACK OBAMA AND HIS HAREM OF CORRUPT DEM POLS
HAS SABOTAGED OUR BORDERS TO EASE TENS OF MILLIONS OF ILLEGALS
INTO OUR JOBS, WELFARE OFFICES AND VOTING BOOTHS.
THE OBAMA DOCTRINE:
"More than 728,000 illegal immigrants have been shielded from being deported and granted work permits through President Barack Obama’s 2012 executive amnesty program, according to the Migration Policy Institute."
Maps: Dramatic Growth
of Immigrant Population at County Level
Immigrant share of adults quadrupled in 232 counties
WASHINGTON, DC (September 12, 2016) — A new series of maps by the Center for Immigration Studies based on Census Bureau data shows detailed information on the nation's immigrant population (legal and illegal) at the county level in 1990, 2000, and 2014. The analysis focuses on adults because they have the most immediate impact. Adults directly affect the job market as workers, they impact politics as constituents and potential voters, and they begin to reshape the culture in receiving communities as soon as they arrive.
The data shows that growth in the adult immigrant population in some counties has been nothing short of astonishing, while in other areas it has grown little. The findings make clear that Washington may set immigration policy, but it is local communities that feel the impact.
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Among the findings:
- In 1990 immigrants were at least 20 percent of the adult population (+18) in 44 counties, by 2014 they were 20 percent in 152 counties.
- In 1990, only one out of eight Americans lived in a county in which at least 20 percent of adults were immigrants, by 2014 nearly one in three Americans lived in such counties.
- Since 1990 the immigrant share of adults has more than quadrupled in 232 counties.
- Examples where the immigrant share of adults more than quadrupled from 1990 to 2014:
- In Georgia: Stewart County, <1 to 23 percent; Echols County, 2 to 21 percent; and Gwinnett County, 6 to 32 percent.
- In North Carolina: Mecklenburg County, 4 to 17 percent; Durham County 4 to 16 percent; and Duplin County, 2 to 15 percent.
- In Kansas: Scott County, 2 to 15 percent; and Hamilton County, 3 to 21 percent.
- In Nebraska: Colfax County, 3 to 30 percent; Dawson County <1 to 24 percent; and Dakota County 6 to 28 percent.
- In Minnesota: Nobles County, 2 to 24 percent; and Watonwan County, 3 to 13 percent.
- In Oklahoma: Texas County, 2 to 28 percent; and Harper County, 2 to 14 percent
- In Virginia: Manassas Park city 7 to 40 percent; and Loudoun County, 7 to 30 percent.
- In Texas: Garza County, 5 to 48 percent; and Dallam County, 3 to 17 percent.
- Other examples include: Buena Vista County Iowa, 3 to 22 percent; and Jerome County Idaho, 4 to 22 percent.
- While the immigrant share of adults has often increased the most in counties with smaller populations, growth since 1990 has also been dramatic in many large counties with over a million residents:
- Dallas County, Texas 13 to 29 percent
- King County, Washington 11 to 25 percent
- ounty, Nevada 11 to 27 percent
- Alameda County, California 21 to 38 percent
- Sacramento County, California 12 to 25 percent
- Fairfax County, Virginia 18 to 37 percent
- Clark County, Nevada 11 to 27 percent
- Montgomery County, Maryland, 22 to 40 percent
Contact: Marguerite Telford
OBAMA’S GIFT TO HILLARIA: