from pew (pew! pew!): Faith on the Move.
nearly three-quarters of all immigrants in the u.s. today (er, well, 2010) are christians (that’s ’cause we’ve got so many mexicans):
39% of immigrants in the e.u. originating from outside the e.u. are muslim:
one-quarter of all jews in the world today have migrated to a new country (a lot of them to israel):
“Of the seven groups considered in this study, Jews have by far the highest level of migration, in percentage terms. About one-quarter of Jews alive today (25%) have left the country in which they were born and now live somewhere else. The proportions of Christians (5%) and Muslims (4%) who have migrated across borders also exceed the global average of 3%.”
370,000 foreign-born jews live in the united states.
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