Report Counts Fewer Mexican Nationals in U.S.; Is it April Fools’ Day?

A new report, citing census figures, claims that the Mexican population in the U.S. declined by 1 million over the past decade. The study’s reliance on incomplete government data — while downplaying the growing presence of illegal aliens – invites a healthy dose of skepticism, and calls for more comprehensive research.

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