Immigration

Most Americans are familiar with “The New Colossus” — the famous Emma Lazarus poem mounted at the base of the Statue of Liberty that begs: “Give me your tired, your poor, Your huddled...
With its stunning mountain vistas and a vibrant major city in Denver, Colorado attracts quite a few newcomers. According to the 2020 census, the state’s population rose 14.4% from 5 million in 2010...
Louisiana may be rich in natural resources like oil and gas, seafood and soybeans, but according to the U.S. Census Bureau, the state’s population grew by only 2.7% over the past decade — to...
2020 was pretty much a wash for Michigan in terms of population growth, according to one study. The 2020 United Van Lines National Movers Study found that Michigan was a balanced state with about the...
Pennsylvania may be the country’s fifth-most populous state, but its population growth has lagged for decades. According to the 2020 U.S. Census, the Keystone State’s resident population edged...
Based on the 2020 U.S. census data, America grew more slowly in the past decade than at any time in over half a century. Over the 10 years since 2010, U.S. population growth barely topped 7%. An...
America is often referred to as a melting pot — people from all over the world have come to the U.S. in search of personal freedom, safety, and economic opportunity. More than 44 million people...
With its low taxes, year-round sunshine, and access to beautiful beaches, Florida ranks as the top spot for newcomers. Move.org reported that Florida was the number one destination in 2020 for people...
Texans have long had a reputation for taking pride in their state’s size and its notable place in U.S. history. A few weeks after declaring independence from Mexico in 1836, the state’s...
The COVID-19 pandemic managed to do something to California that earthquakes, wildfires, and high taxes couldn’t: It caused the nation’s most populous and economically powerful state to lose...