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1 Immigration Goes Nationwide Recent immigrant dispersal has created national policy interest William H. Frey The University of Michigan and the Brookings Institution Briefing,Immigration Policy: Federal Debates and Local Realities, US Capitol Building, March 24, 2006

2 Immigrants in the US, Source: US Census sources in millions

3 Immigrant Share of US Population Source: US Census sources

4 Big Six States: Share of Immigrant Gains Source: William H. Frey

5 Immigration Spreads Beyond Traditional Magnet States 19.7 m 35.1 m Source: William H. Frey

6 Fast Growing "New Immigrant" Destinations

7 State Immigrant Growth, % or more growth Btn 100% and 199% growth Traditional immigrant gateway All other states Source: William H. Frey

8 States with at least 5% Immigrants Source: William H. Frey

9 Immigrant Concentrations in States 15% or more 10-14% 5-9% Less than 5% Source: William H. Frey

10 States with Most Undocumented Immigrants ? ? Source: Jeffery Passel, Pew Hispanic Center

11 Hispanics and Asians Recent Immigrants vs Native Born 2005 Recent Immigrants Native Born Source: William H. Frey

12 Hispanic and Asian Adults by Generation Hispanics Asians Source: William H. Frey

13 Growth Rates, Source: William H. Frey

14 At Least 5% Hispanic StatesCounties Source: William H. Frey

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16 STATES : Fastest Hispanic Growth % Growth 1. Arkansas South Dakota South Carolina Georgia North Carolina Tennessee Nevada New Hampshire Maine32.0 Source: William H. Frey

17 Metros: Fastest Hispanic Growth, Cape Coral-Ft Myers, FL Charlotte Raleigh Nashville Indianapolis Atlanta Naples, FL Lakeland, FL Sarasota, FL Las Vegas35.1 Source: William H. Frey

18 States: Fastest Asian growth, Nevada New Hampshire Delaware Georgia Florida Connecticut North Carolina Arizona Arkansas New Jersey21.7 Source: William H. Frey

19 Metros: Fastest Asian Growth, Las Vegas Riverside Orlando Atlanta Stockton, CA Tampa-St.Pete Austin Phoenix Sacramento Dallas24.8 Source: William H. Frey

20 Suburban Co. Growth, Hispanic and Asian Contributions 34% 37% 27% 20% 15% Source: William H. Frey

21 Metro Growth, Hispanic and Asian Contributions 72% 68% 56% 54% 53% Source: William H. Frey

22 Central County Changes, Race-Ethnic Contributions Source: William H. Frey

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24 Traditional Magnets New Destination States 2005 Shares Immigrants 20%9% Hispanics 26%11% Asians 7%2% Growth Immigrants 10%33% Hispanics 15%26% Asians 16%28% Source: William H. Frey Shares versus Growth

25 Source: William H. Frey Year of Immigrant Arrival: Traditional Magnets versus New Destinations* *Traditional Magnets are California, New York, Florida, Texas, Illinois and New Jersey. New Destinations are North Carolina, Tennessee, Georgia, Nevada, Arizona, Iowa, Nebraska, and Colorado. 20% 31%

26 Hispanic and Asian Shares by Age Group Source: William H. Frey 3% 6% 12% California Georgia 27% 37% 54% 57%

27 Immigrants vs Natives: 2005 Source: William H. Frey

28 GT 40% Other Source: Jeffery Passel, Pew Hispanic Center Where Undocumented Dominate Foreign Born

29 Desired US Immigration Levels Source: William H. Frey analysis of CBS News Poll, July 29-Aug 2, 2005

30 3 Year Work Permits for Illegal Immigrants? Source: William H. Frey analysis of CBS News Poll, July 29-Aug 2, 2005

31 Hispanics: 2004 Total vs Voter Shares Source: William H.Frey

32 Useful Websites Source: William H. Frey


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