By Ana Gonzalez-Barrera and Jens Manuel Krogstad
Pew Research Center, November 20, 2015
Excerpt: Unauthorized immigrants from Mexico make up at least 75% of the total unauthorized immigrant population in 10 states:
New Mexico (89%), Arizona (84%), Idaho (83%), Wyoming (82%), Colorado (78%), Oklahoma (76%), Wisconsin (76%), Kansas (75%), Oregon (75%) and Texas (75%). Among these states, half saw a decline in the unauthorized immigrant population from 2009 to 2012.
BLOG: THERE ARE FIVE MILLION MEXICANS IN SOUTHERN CA ALONE. THE STATE OF CA HANDS ILLEGALS $30 BILLION IN SOCIAL SERVICE ALONG WITH OUR JOBS, "FREE" MEDICAL AND ANYTHING ELSE THEY VOTE FOR.
Among all states, California saw the largest decline in the number of unauthorized immigrants (90,000) during this time period. The Golden State is also home to 1.6 million unauthorized immigrants from Mexico, the most in the nation.
COME TO LOS ANGLELES!
YOU WILL NOT HEAR ENGLISH SPOKEN BUT YOU WILL SEE MILLIONS OF MEXICANS IN OUR JOBS.
THE COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES PUTS OUT $ONE BILLION IN WELFARE TO ILLEGALS.
THE COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES HAS A TAX FREE MEXICAN UNDERGROUND ECONOMY CALCULATED TO BE IN EXCESS OF $ TWO BILLION.
MEXICAN COMMIT MORE THAN 90% OF ALL MURDERS IN LOS ANGELES AND MAKE UP 186 OF LOS ANGELES' MOST WANTEC CRIMINALS!
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