Validating stereotypes since 2005.
How many of those are illegal, though?
That's an inherently difficult thing to ascertain. More than half of Mexican immigrants in the US are illegal and 80% are from Latin America. So if the low-end estimate of 11 million illegals in the US is correct, they account for almost half of the total Hispanic foreign-born population. If the number of illegals has increased over the last decade, of course, their share is higher than that. So the illegal share on food assistance is high--much higher than the native white figure--whether it's above the 59% total Hispanic immigrant figure or below it.
I love these graphs. They make leftist Whites and WNs fume at the same time.
Illegals' welfare usage rates are higher than legal immigrants' usage rates are.
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