The Gallup survey company says nearly 120 million foreigners would migrate to the United States if they are allowed to enter.
The company asked half a million people in 152 countries between 2015 and 2017 about their plans.
The survey showed that the number of adults in the United States would rise by 46 percent — or 120 million people — if foreigners were freely allowed to move into the U.S.
Gallup’s Potential Net Migration Index (PNMI) also shows that the inflow of young migrants — defined as those ages 15 to 29 — would more than double the number of similar-aged young people in the United States.
The Potential Net Youth Migration Index is measured on a scale of -100% (meaning the total aged 15-to-29 population of the country would leave) to infinity (meaning the potential inflow of 15- to 29-year-olds is unlimited and depends on the number who want to move in from around the world).
— Penny Starr (@PennyStarrDC) February 10, 2019
NYT prints third op-ed in one month calling for open borders or doubled immigration. None deal with the resulting flooded labor market, losses by American employees or gains by investors. If this is what's left of the American left, we need a better left. https://t.co/f6a8v0oXn4
— Neil Munro (@NeilMunroDC) February 11, 2019