The Dispersal of Immigrants in the 1990s

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The Dispersal of Immigrants in the 1990s

Abstract

The U.S. immigrant population grew rapidly during the 1990s, with growth rates especially high across a wide band of states in the Southeast, Midwest, and Rocky Mountain regions--many of which have not received significant numbers of new immigrants for over a century. At the same time, the overall share of the immigrant population living in the six "major destination" states declined significantly.

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