Remittances – money sent by migrants to their home countries – are projected to fall by a record 20% this year.
91% of Democrats favor granting legal status to immigrants who came to the U.S. illegally as children; 54% of Republicans say the same.
About three-quarters of U.S. adults say undocumented immigrants mostly fill jobs U.S. citizens do not want.
The drop in employment in three months of the COVID-19 recession is more than double the drop effected by the Great Recession over two years.
68% of U.S. adults say the federal government has a responsibility to provide medical care to undocumented immigrants who have COVID-19.
U.S. Border Patrol agents expelled or apprehended 15,862 migrants at the southwest border in April, down 47% from March.
More than 11 million Asian Americans will be able to vote this year, making up nearly 5% of the eligible voters in the United States.
90% of the decrease in employment between February and March arose from positions that could not be teleworked.
The outbreak has altered life in the U.S. in many ways, but in key respects it has affected black and Hispanic Americans more than others.
The COVID-19 pandemic sent many on the move to places other than their usual residence – and they may not know where or how to be counted.