Most Black adults (63%) say voting is an extremely or very effective strategy for Black progress; only 42% say the same of protesting.
Recent monthly migrant encounter totals far exceed the peak reached during the last major wave at the U.S.-Mexico border in May 2019.
Across 49 focus groups with Asian immigrants, daily challenges related to speaking English emerged as a common theme. Participants also shared frustration, stress and at times sadness in dealing with cultural and language barriers, and described support they received from others.
The number of international migrants grew to 281 million in 2020; 3.6% of the world’s people lived outside their country of birth that year.
Overall, 30% of U.S. adults say descendants of people enslaved in the U.S. should be repaid in some way. 68% say they should not be repaid.
Black Americans differ from other U.S. adults over whether individual or structural racism is a bigger problem
About half of Black adults (52%) say racism in U.S. laws is the bigger problem for Black people, while 43% cite racism by individuals.
Latino Republicans hold distinct views on guns and immigration, highlighting their shaky ties to GOP
U.S. Hispanics’ policy views do not always align with those of non-Latinos in the same party, recent surveys have found.
Black Republicans tend to support individualistic approaches to addressing racial inequality, while Black Democrats back institutional approaches.
Biden administration further expands Temporary Protected Status to cover Afghanistan, Cameroon, Ukraine
Immigrants who qualify for TPS are living in the U.S. and come from designated nations deemed unsafe to return to.
The number of Black eligible voters in the U.S. has grown modestly in recent years and is projected to reach 32.7 million in November 2022.