Which countries have the lowest percentage of immigrants?
More than three-quarters of the world’s population lives in the United States, the United Kingdom, Australia and New Zealand.
The United States has the second-lowest percentage of its population living in other countries, and Canada has the highest.
The United States also has one of the highest rates of new immigration, but its overall rate of population growth has been relatively slow compared to other countries.
A report released by the Pew Research Center on Tuesday, “In Our Time: The Future of Global Migration,” found that between 1990 and 2010, the world saw a total of about 5.7 billion people leave the United State for other countries each year.
That’s up from just over 1.5 billion in 2010, according to Pew.
But the number of people leaving the U.S. each year has remained fairly constant since 1990, with about 3.2 billion people leaving each year from 2000 to 2010.
The researchers found that immigrants from Asia, Africa and Latin America accounted for about half of the total migration from the U., while Africa and Europe accounted for the other half.
The report noted that immigration from Asia has increased significantly since 1990.
But it said the number still remains below the average growth rates of other countries and that many countries have begun to slow the pace of their immigration programs.
Among the countries with the highest percentage of immigration to the U: China, India, Brazil, Mexico and Russia.
The highest rate of new arrivals in the U is from China, where about 19 percent of the population is foreign-born, followed by India with 17 percent, Brazil with 16 percent and Mexico with 15 percent.
The study said that the number coming to the United Sates each year is about twice the number entering from other countries — at 5.6 million people.
Of those new arrivals, about a third are in the country illegally, Pew said.
The authors said that immigration has been “an important driver of growth in the American economy, with foreign workers contributing about half the labor force growth over the past decade.
But immigrants from non-English-speaking countries are the most likely to move to the country and contribute most of the growth in wages and benefits.
This is despite the fact that these workers are the fastest-growing group of U.s. workers, and they are likely to contribute the most in terms of the number and quality of jobs they create.
The U. is also home to the largest share of immigrants in the world.
About 35 percent of all the world population is immigrant, and about a quarter of all U. S. workers are foreign- born.
About 17 percent of U.”s residents are foreign born.
The number of foreign-led migrants is expected to double to about 1.4 billion by 2050.
But some experts argue that immigration is not an adequate solution to the global population challenge, arguing that it will be too slow to stem the tide of immigrants.