US Census: Asia Pacific 21 million 400 thousand Chinese top 5 million 80 thousand

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 US Census: Asia Pacific 21 million 400 thousand Chinese top 5 million 80 thousand


The figures published by the U. S. Census Bureau include only the immigrants who have been naturalized in the United States, that is, 5 million 80 thousand Chinese, referring to American Chinese, the Chinese who hold green cards and the Chinese who are illegally residing in the United States are not included. Statistics show that from 1990 to 2017, the number of immigrants from China jumped to second in the 27 years from the previous fourth in the 27 years, while the number of immigrants from India jumped from thirteen to third. Over the past 27 years, more than 2 million 400 thousand immigrants came from China, and 2 million 300 thousand of them came from India. In the past 27 years, the number of immigrants in the United States continued to grow. By the year 2017, about 50 million of US residents were born in foreign countries, accounting for 15% of the total population of the United States. In 1990, there were only about 25 million immigrants in the United States, accounting for only 9% of the US population at that time. Mexico is still the most emigrant country to the United States, but China, which has surpassed Canada, Cuba and Germany, has become the second largest emigrant of the United States. By 2017, the total number of immigrant population from China, India and Philippines accounted for 14% of the total population of the United States. Source: Peoples network editor: Zhu Xiaodong _NBJS6126 Statistics show that from 1990 to 2017, the number of immigrants from China jumped to second in the 27 years from the previous fourth in the 27 years, while the number of immigrants from India jumped from thirteen to third. Over the past 27 years, more than 2 million 400 thousand immigrants came from China, and 2 million 300 thousand of them came from India. In the past 27 years, the number of immigrants in the United States continued to grow. By the year 2017, about 50 million of US residents were born in foreign countries, accounting for 15% of the total population of the United States. In 1990, there were only about 25 million immigrants in the United States, accounting for only 9% of the US population at that time. Mexico is still the most emigrant country to the United States, but China, which has surpassed Canada, Cuba and Germany, has become the second largest emigrant of the United States. By 2017, the total number of immigrant population from China, India and Philippines accounted for 14% of the total population of the United States.