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IPFS News Link • Immigration

Here Come The New Democrats, Most Will Be On Welfare

•, By M Dowling

The Center for Immigration Studies analyzed the 2022 Census Bureau's Survey of Income and Program Participation to find the data.

"Analysis of this data shows both immigrants and the U.S.-born make extensive use of means-tested anti-poverty programs, with immigrant households significantly more likely to receive benefits," the study, authored by Steven A. Camarota and Karen Zeigler, concluded.

A 54 percent majority of immigrant households used at least one welfare program in 2022, according to the study. This figure includes those naturalized as U.S. citizens.

Even more migrant households use welfare benefits when those headed by a naturalized citizen are excluded.

A hefty 59 percent of households headed by either a green card holder or an illegal alien are on welfare, according to the study.

Many get welfare because they have anchor babies.

Here Come Your New Democrats Welfare Recipients