Here’s the country other than Mexico that sends the most immigrants to each US state


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Bank of America Merrill Lynch recently circulated a “Transforming World Atlas” that investigates some of the big demographic and economic trends that define the world.

One of the many charts and maps in the note was this map, based on data from the Department of Homeland Security and originally made by Giorgio Cavaggion, showing the country, other than Mexico, that is the most common country of origin for immigrants living in each state. Asian countries, including Burma, China, India, and the Philippines, are common birth countries:



immigration country of origin map

(Bank of America/Merrill Lynch)

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