100 Years of Immigration to U.S.
The last 100 years of immigration to the United States paints a tale of two scenarios. In the aftermath of World War I and II and through the first 41 years of the century, Italy and Germany dominated mass immigration, followed closely by Canada, the United Kingdom and Poland.
But the 1960s presented a much different picture, as immigration from Latin countries exploded, led by Mexico. Our southern neighbor catapulted from mid-pack to No. 1 in 1971 and, as we well know, has far outdistanced every country through 2019. In a unique view of the last 100 years, Animated Stats presents a statistical, year-by-year timeline of the immigration cycle.ARVE Error: need id and provider