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The U.S. foreign-born population has reached its highest level since 1920, according to a new Census Bureau report.The 2010 American Community Survey, an annual poll of about 3 million U.S. households, found that the number of foreign-born U.S. residents rose from 31 million in 2000 to 40 million in 2010.
We’ve picked out 10 facts that provide a portrait of non-native U.S. residents.
More than half of the foreign-born population lives in four states: California, New York, Texas and Florida
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