Asians are expected to surge past Hispanics and become the largest group of immigrants entering the U.S. That's according to a new study making predictions 50 years into the future.
FOX News Radio's Tom Graham has more:
Immigration by both Asians and Hispanics is expected to drive population growth over the next half-a-century, sending the number of people inside the U.S. past 440 million.
That's according to a study by the Pew Research Center. The study predicts by 2065, 18% of those living in the United States will be foreign born.
Researchers say Asians will become the largest group moving into the U.S. by around 2055, representing 36% of all immigrants, while Hispanics will represent 34%.
Tom Graham, FOX News Radio.