This map shows where each state’s largest immigrant group comes from, excluding Mexico


The US is a country of immigrants from all around the globe.

The US Census Bureau’s American Community Survey solicits millions of people every year regarding inquiries concerning their social, financial, and statistic circumstances. One of the inquiries pose to respondents what their nation of birth is. The Census Bureau pooled together study reactions from somewhere in the range of 2013 and 2017, enabling the agency’s analysts to distribute evaluations of what number of individuals in the remote conceived populaces of each state and the District of Columbia originated from different nations.

The percentage of the population born outside the US changes broadly from state to state. Among those immigrant populations countries of source likewise, vary generally.

For 32 states, the most common country of birth among respondents who said they were brought into the world outside the US was Mexico. In this manner, the guide above takes a gander at the nation other than Mexico that is the origination of the most outside conceived respondents in the study.

India tops that rundown in 21 states. A few states have Canada as a noteworthy wellspring of foreigners. A few Asian, African, and Central American nations likewise have substantial outsider populaces in different states.


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