Most immigrants who live in the U.S. came with little money, felt part of the community within five years of coming, and would do it all over again. Those are some of the findings of a survey of immigrants conducted by the research group Public Agenda. Scott Bittle, one of the authors of the study, says Mexican immigrants are much more likely to say there is discrimination, while Muslim immigrants are less likely to perceive it.
Study Surveys Immigrant Experience
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