Yale Says 22 Million Illegals in US, Population of Florida
Posted on: 11/10/2019 05:22 PM

Be advised: Not counting the millions of 'legal' immigrants, this is most likely a low estimate -- and they all breed.

A new Yale study released in September found there are at least 22.1 million illegal aliens living in the US today.

That is enough people for 28 congressional districts. (22.1 million divided by 771,000)

This is also more people than live in Florida, America’s third largest state.

According to the Daily News about 6 in 10 undocumented immigrants in the United States live in one of 20 metro areas, with three regions in Southern California combining to make up the largest cluster of people living in the country illegally.

National Review reported:....

Yale Says 22 Million Illegals in US, Population of Florida

In September, the Yale University School of Management released a study with breathtaking implications.

Rather than dovetailing with Pew, a trio of Yale scholars came to sharply different conclusions. According to them, the number of illegals was far greater than previously thought. Their study of demographic and immigration-operations data led them to believe that there are approximately 22.1 million illegals currently living in the United States, a result the authors said surprised them. Shocked by their findings, the authors then deliberately altered the parameters of their study to get a more conservative estimate of illegals. But even that attempt yielded a result of 16.7 million.


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