An AIC analysis found that more than 23 million immigrants are planning to cast a ballot, many of them for the first time since arriving in the United States. What this means for the outcome of the election remains to be seen.
"As more immigrants naturalize and become eligible to vote, they continue to gain political power," the analysis states. "The number of immigrant voters is only projected to rise in the next decade, and in some states, foreign-born voters are already capable of deciding elections."
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People born in other countries to decide America's fate
The report goes on to state that foreign-born eligible voters will once again account for about one in 10 of all eligible voters in 2024. This means that 10 percent of the voting populace in the U.S. will be people who are not natural born citizens.