John Funderburk for Congress | Why we need Immigration
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Immigrant percentage of total U.S. population growth is 87%

The U.S. economy is 70% consumer based. Which means it’s entirely dependent on the buying power of it’s residents. If our population decreases our buying power decreases.

Immigrant men have higher rates of work than native-born men — 82 percent vs. 73 percent0%
Average yearly salary for Immigrants is 35,0000%
Of immigrant households, 51 percent are owner-occupied0%

11 million immigrants pay 11.64 million in state and local taxes

The Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy released a report in February 2016, stating that 11 million illegal immigrants in the United States are paying annually an estimated amount of $11.64 billion in state and local taxes, “on average an estimated 8 percent of their incomes.”