These are the most welcoming places in the U.S. to immigrants, and the least welcoming

A look at the populations of the 40 top tourist destinations in the U.S., showing how many people Americans will visit each year between now and 2020 and what percentage of them are likely…

These are the most welcoming places in the U.S. to immigrants, and the least welcoming

A look at the populations of the 40 top tourist destinations in the U.S., showing how many people Americans will visit each year between now and 2020 and what percentage of them are likely to be from countries welcoming them back.

New York City — 84% of visitors likely to be from countries welcoming them back

Minneapolis — 80% of visitors likely to be from countries welcoming them back

Chicago — 67% of visitors likely to be from countries welcoming them back

Boston — 63% of visitors likely to be from countries welcoming them back

Las Vegas — 62% of visitors likely to be from countries welcoming them back

New Orleans — 58% of visitors likely to be from countries welcoming them back

Miami — 53% of visitors likely to be from countries welcoming them back

Atlanta — 49% of visitors likely to be from countries welcoming them back

Los Angeles — 48% of visitors likely to be from countries welcoming them back

Newark — 44% of visitors likely to be from countries welcoming them back

Houston — 38% of visitors likely to be from countries welcoming them back

Washington, D.C. — 36% of visitors likely to be from countries welcoming them back

Philadelphia — 34% of visitors likely to be from countries welcoming them back

Dallas — 33% of visitors likely to be from countries welcoming them back

Atlanta — 28% of visitors likely to be from countries welcoming them back

Atlanta — 26% of visitors likely to be from countries welcoming them back

Salt Lake City — 24% of visitors likely to be from countries welcoming them back

Seattle — 22% of visitors likely to be from countries welcoming them back

Pittsburgh — 20% of visitors likely to be from countries welcoming them back

San Francisco — 19% of visitors likely to be from countries welcoming them back

New Orleans — 18% of visitors likely to be from countries welcoming them back

New York — 18% of visitors likely to be from countries welcoming them back

Boston — 17% of visitors likely to be from countries welcoming them back

Los Angeles — 17% of visitors likely to be from countries welcoming them back

Miami — 16% of visitors likely to be from countries welcoming them back

Washington, D.C. — 16% of visitors likely to be from countries welcoming them back

Dallas — 15% of visitors likely to be from countries welcoming them back

San Francisco — 14% of visitors likely to be from countries welcoming them back

St. Louis — 14% of visitors likely to be from countries welcoming them back

Atlanta — 14% of visitors likely to be from countries welcoming them back

Philadelphia — 14% of visitors likely to be from countries welcoming them back

Miami — 14% of visitors likely to be from countries welcoming them back

Portland, Ore. — 14% of visitors likely to be from countries welcoming them back

Portland — 14% of visitors likely to be from countries welcoming them back

Denver — 13% of visitors likely to be from countries welcoming them back

The Washington Post

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