Brief The Dispersal of Immigrants in the 1990s
Randolph Capps, Michael E. Fix, Jeffrey S. Passel
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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.
Research Areas Immigrants and immigration
Tags Immigrant communities demographics and trends Federal, state, and local immigration and integration policy