The U.S.’s second-generation Asian and Hispanic immigrants almost match or even exceed the rest of the population in household income, college graduation rates and home-ownership levels, a study released today said.Those immigrants also are more likely than their parents to speak English, have friends outside their racial or ethnic group, and view themselves as a “typical American,” the Pew Research Center’s Social and Demographic Trends Project found.via Second-Generation Immigrants Overtaking U.S. Population Success – Bloomberg.
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