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The Changing Forces Driving Hispanic Population Growth

The share of foreign-born Hispanics has declined since earlier in the decade, as immigration from abroad has slowed, according to a new Pew Research Center analysis of census figures. Births have been the primary driver of Hispanic growth since 2000. Read the report, and accompanying statistical profiles of the U.S. Hispanic and foreign-born populations.

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