November 05, 2008

The New American Electorate: The Growing Political Power of Immigrants and Their Children

This new and innovative analysis explores the growing electoral power of “New American” voters: immigrants who are naturalized U.S. citizens and the U.S.-born children of immigrants. These voters will likely play a pivotal role in national, state, and local elections in the years to come—particularly in battleground states like Florida, Colorado, Nevada, and New Mexico.


Read the complete report in pdf.

This new and innovative analysis explores the growing electoral power of “New American” voters: immigrants who are naturalized U.S. citizens and the U.S.-born children of immigrants. These voters will likely play a pivotal role in national, state, and local elections in the years to come—particularly in battleground states like Florida, Colorado, Nevada, and New Mexico.

Detailed supplemental tables for every Congressional district on the number of voting-age citizens who are naturalized immigrants, Latinos, and Asians are also available:

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