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Hot on the heels of the Center for Immigration Studies report comes a study from the PEW polling organization, which estimates that there were 250,000 births to illegal immigrants in the US in 2016.

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Given the vast challenges in estimating births to illegals, the degree of agreement between the two organizations – which have rather different “reputations” – is rather impressive:

  • PEW, respected sociological research institute: 250,000 anchor babies
  • Center for Immigration Studies, SPLC designated hate group: 300,000 anchor babies

The situation has gotten better since 2007, when births to illegals peaked at 390,000. This would mean the number has since fallen by 36%.

However, this would be partly mitigated by a 9% fall in the number of total US births during the same period.

At any rate, it’s also vastly most than the 30,000 births to illegals that were observed in 1980.

 
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  1. Mr. XYZ says:

    This drop isn’t surprising considering that, as time goes down, more and more illegal immigrant women advance beyond child-rearing age. If new illegal immigrants aren’t coming in sufficient numbers to compensate for this, then it would be expected that the number of total births to illegal immigrants would go down.

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    , @anon
  2. @Mr. XYZ

    This is happening because latino fertility has declined in USA, there has no decline in the numbers of illegal immigrants, arriving in USA.

  3. anon[175] • Disclaimer says:
    @Mr. XYZ

    If new illegal immigrants aren’t coming in sufficient numbers to compensate for this…

    what makes you think there are less illegal aliens coming in today than say 5-10 years ago?

    are you believing the msm? maybe you think there are still only 12 million illegal aliens in this country?

  4. Joach says:

    If you consider the illegal immigrants, their children (anchor babies), and their grandchildren, the mestizo population resulting from illegal aliens and their descendants easily hit the 30 million mark, and I think perhaps more.

    Anchor babies born between 1960 and 2000 have become parents themselves, and among the older cohort, some are grandparents.

    The 11 million figure for illegal aliens has gotten a mystical aura, like 6 million dead Jews. It has been cited since the early 2000′s. Almost two decades later, you still see this number thrown around, despite millions of Central Americans headed by Mexicans, Guatemalans, and Honduras having entered the US illegally since. Their progeny, of course, are not accounted for because they are considered US citizens.

    Without the mestizo menace brought by illegal aliens and their descendants at a time when the white population share was shy of hitting 90% in the late 50s, the white population share today would be about 70% — significantly better than the current 60% — with the remaining 30% being comprised by Negroes (an old problem), the Chinese, and the Indians. The rest are not worthy citing. Today’s white share of the population looks even worse when you consider that among newborns whites are <50%, with mestizos eating a big share of this age cohort, worse than the Chinese and Indians, thus compounding the already grave mestizo menace.

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    , @anon
    , @Yevardian
  5. Joach says:
    @Joach

    Without the mestizo menace brought by illegal aliens and their descendants at a time when the white population share was shy of hitting 90% in the late 50s, the white population share today would be about 70% — significantly better than the current 60% — with the remaining 30% being comprised by Negroes (an old problem), the Chinese, and the Indians.

    Among the 30% nonwhite estimate, I forgot to add legal mestizo (“Hispanic”) migration, another important category, albeit one that loses in significance without their illegal compatriots. Had illegal alien-fueled population growth been zero in the past half century, the creeping mestizaje in the south (those gifs are depressing) wouldn’t be so expressive.

  6. anon[175] • Disclaimer says:
    @Joach

    with the remaining 30% being comprised by Negroes (an old problem)…

    lol

    also, The Mestizo Menace is catchy

    Among the 30% nonwhite estimate, I forgot to add legal mestizo (“Hispanic”) migration, another important category…

    truthfully the amount of mestizos who got here legally is almost none

  7. Yevardian says:
    @Joach

    Mestizos worse than streetshitters? GFTO outta here with that nonsense.

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  8. Joach says:
    @Yevardian

    Mestizos worse than streetshitters? GFTO outta here with that nonsense.

    Read the link I provided. Mestizos are not only more numerous, they also have a TFR higher than Asians. China and India are both included in this category, and they are the 2 most common Asian nationalities in the US census. From a demographic point of view, Mestizos are worse because their impact on newborns (the next generation) is greater, but this is not a call to admit Indians by any stretch, I’m opposed to nonwhite immigration.

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