Special Report

America’s Melting Pot Cities

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5. New York-Newark-Jersey City, NY-NJ-PA
> Odds two random residents are from different world regions: 47.1%
> Residents born abroad: 29.5%
> Foreign born residents with U.S. citizenship: 57.2%
> Origin of largest immigrant group: Dominican Republic (11.3% of foreign-born pop.)

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4. San Francisco-Oakland-Berkeley, CA
> Odds two random residents are from different world regions: 48.1%
> Residents born abroad: 30.7%
> Foreign born residents with U.S. citizenship: 56.6%
> Origin of largest immigrant group: Mexico (16.0% of foreign-born pop.)

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3. Los Angeles-Long Beach-Anaheim, CA
> Odds two random residents are from different world regions: 50.5%
> Residents born abroad: 33.1%
> Foreign born residents with U.S. citizenship: 52.8%
> Origin of largest immigrant group: Mexico (36.5% of foreign-born pop.)

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2. Miami-Fort Lauderdale-Pompano Beach, FL
> Odds two random residents are from different world regions: 52.2%
> Residents born abroad: 40.7%
> Foreign born residents with U.S. citizenship: 57.7%
> Origin of largest immigrant group: Cuba (32.0% of foreign-born pop.)

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1. San Jose-Sunnyvale-Santa Clara, CA
> Odds two random residents are from different world regions: 54.9%
> Residents born abroad: 38.6%
> Foreign born residents with U.S. citizenship: 53.1%
> Origin of largest immigrant group: Mexico (18.2% of foreign-born pop.)

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