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A new study has found that the number of births by illegal immigrants in the Los Angeles metro area each year is more than the total amount of births each year in more than 14 different states and the District of Columbia.
An analysis by the Center for Immigration Studies of five years of births (2012-2016) found there are about 28,000 births to illegal immigrants each year in the LA metro area.
Number - Births - States - Wyoming - West
That is more than the overall number of births in 2016 for each of these states: Wyoming, West Virginia, Vermont, South Dakota, Rhode Island, North Dakota, New Mexico, New Hampshire, Nebraska, Montana, Maine, Idaho, Hawaii, Delaware and Alaska.
Most of these states have significantly fewer births than those by illegal immigrants in Los Angeles.
Nationwide - Births - Year - Immigrants - CIS
Nationwide, 297,000 births per year are to illegal immigrants, which the CIS study said “is larger than the total number of births in any state other than California and Texas. It is also larger than the total number of births in 16 states plus the District of Columbia, combined.”
According to the study, about 7.5 percent of U.S. births are to an illegal immigrant mother.
Share - Births - Immigrants - LA - Percent
The share of births by illegal immigrants in LA is staggering, reaching nearly 18 percent.
The Las Vegas metro area is close behind, with illegal immigrant births accounting for about 17 percent of the total for the region.
Nevada - State - Share - Births
Nevada is the state with the largest share of illegal immigrant births — nearly...
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