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ForiegnBornPopCensusp20-534[1] - U.S Foreign-Born...

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Unformatted text preview: U.S. Foreign-Born Population: 2000 U.S. Foreign-Born Population: 2000 Helping You Make Informed Decisions Population Size and Composition Population Size and Composition Source: Current Population Survey, March 2000, PGP-3 Approximately 28.4 million foreign-born people live in the United States. The foreign born represent 10.4 percent of the U.S. population. People born in Latin America comprise approximately 51.0 percent of the U.S. foreign-born population. Source: Current Population Survey, March 2000, PGP-3 Percent Distribution of Foreign Born Percent Distribution of Foreign Born by World Region of Birth: 2000 by World Region of Birth: 2000 Latin America 51.0% Asia 25.5% Europe 15.3% Other Regions 8.1% Foreign-Born Population by World Region Foreign-Born Population by World Region of Birth: 2000 of Birth: 2000 28.4 4.4 7.2 14.5 2.3 Total Foreign Born Europe Asia Latin America Other Regions Source: Current Population Survey, March 2000, PGP-3 (In Millions) (In Millions) Source: Current Population Survey, March 2000, PGP-3 Citizenship of the Foreign-Born Population Citizenship of the Foreign-Born Population by Year of Entry: 2000 by Year of Entry: 2000 (In Percent) (In Percent) 80.4 61.9 38.9 8.9 Before 1970 1970-1979 1980-1989 1990-2000 Age Age Relatively few foreign-born people are under age 18 (10.0 percent) compared with 28.3 percent of the native population. The foreign born are more likely than natives to be 18 to 64 years of age....
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