The Budgetary and Economic Costs of Addressing Unauthorized Immigration: Alternative Strategies
Pew Research Center Hispanic Trends
Frequently Requested Statistics on Immigration
Visit the Migration Policy Institute for this helpful report:
In 2010 there were nearly 40 million persons living in the U.S. who were foreign born. Here is what the Census Bureau reports about this population:
Statistical Portrait of Hispanic Population
Population estimates in the 2011 ACS are based on the latest information from the 2010 Decennial Census; the 2005 to 2009 ACS estimates are based on the latest information available for those surveys—updates of the 2000 Decennial Census.
Hispanic voting patterns 2012 election
In 2012, Hispanics cast 10 percent of votes in the presidential election. Here is what the Pew Hispanic Center reports on Hispanic political activity in 2012:
Hispanic high school graduates are more likely to continue their education than non-Hispanic whites, reversing decades of lower education attainment by Hispanics. Read more about the increasing education levels among the Hispanic population:
Fear of increased crime in heavily immigrant communities prompts much worry among opponents of immigration reform, but does the evidence bear out these concerns? Read more from two scholars who have analyzed the data:
- Immigration Polling Data Collection from Polling Report.com
- Deportation Relief Seen As More Important Than Citizenship
- How many unauthorized immigrants would become U.S. citizens?