New data from the American Immigration Council shows that rampant immigration has increased the number of foreign-born voters in 75% of critical swing states since 2016.
Given that 2.2 million illegal migrants have entered the U.S. since Joe Biden took office, it comes as no surprise that 9 out of 12 swing states have seen a rise in their foreign-born electorate over the past 6 years.
The largest increases have been seen in Florida, Texas, Michigan, and Arizona.
In Florida, the foreign-born voter population now makes up 17% of voters. In Texas, migrants comprise 11% of the electorate with Arizona following close behind at 10.5%.
With Biden bussing illegal migrants to cities across the country and Democrats promising to register another 1 million foreign-born voters over the next 4 years, these percentages are likely to continue to rise.
"In swing states where close races are expected to take place, the extent to which changing electorates can be activated by each campaign may ultimately help determine who wins and loses come November," the American Immigration Council researchers said of the data and how the increase in foreign-born voters might affect this year's midterm elections.
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