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Data Shows More Incoming Immigrants Are Moving To Red States

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Data Shows More Incoming Immigrants Are Moving To Red States

Data Shows More Incoming Immigrants Are Moving To Red States

A recent Brookings Institute analysis showed that more immigrants are moving into red states.

For example, Pennsylvania nearly had a 25 percent growth in its immigration population since 2010.

States likes these are key battleground in the 2020 election and swung for President Donald Trump in 2016.

Pennsylvania far outpaces other states with many of the immigrants arriving from China.

According to Business Insider, red states show stronger labor markets with a lower cost-of-living.

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