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What is the predominant refugee group in your state?

Posted by Ann Corcoran on January 3, 2016

Oregon Live has produced this very cool map.  Please read the story to learn more.

For all of our new readers, go here, to see the federal list of refugee contractors working near you.  You should also see our Frequently Asked Questions.


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15 Responses to “What is the predominant refugee group in your state?”

  1. Even on presenting a map, MSM can’t resist spin: They ‘flee’ to ‘freedom,’ but if someone simply wants welfare goodies, how is that people desperately fleeing (ie, having no choice) for freedom?


  2. hitrestart1 said

    The predominant refugee in my state is……unwelcome.


  3. “What is the predominant refugee group in your state?” Hostile.

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  4. Dr. Rich Swier said

    Great. Posted:



  5. I can’t seem to find Whites from Rhodesia. Whatever happened to them?


  6. MaddMedic said

    Reblogged this on Freedom Is Just Another Word….


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  9. Kimberly A. Somers, EA, Inc. said

    Hi Ann – I’ve been following you for quite a while and I know you regularly point out how basically no refugees go to Montana or Wyoming. Mississippi is also ridiculously low. I’m wondering if you can direct me to where you’ve talked about why this is – or if you could speculate on this now, please?




    • Ann Corcoran said

      I don’t really have an answer. But, will hazard a guess. I think its a combination of two things (maybe three!). First, whether there were ‘non-profit’ groups getting organized to become federal contractors and where the state is perceived to be “welcoming.” I also think it has to do with whether there were industries looking for cheap immigrant labor and thus pushing the politicians to get behind the resettlement. One thing that is concerning now is that the feds are desperate to find fresh territory where they have not worn out their welcome and so any place in America, I believe, is now fair game. You should know that the Republican governor of Wyoming is asking the feds for refugees and the only thing holding that back is the local grassroots opposition.


  10. Not troubled by Bhutanese et al. The Iraqis were allies until we betrayed them. We know the Somalis are a risk

    Of most concern currently – where are the “Syrians?”


    • Gas stations and small market owners. They can barely speak English.


      • Ann Corcoran said

        Keep an eye out for food stamp fraud in those convenience stores. It is a favorite scam among certain immigrant groups. Those stores couldn’t possibly make it without some sort of fraud going on, if they could Americans would be buying those stores. As a matter of fact, I have been yammering for years about the need for someone to please investigate all of the investor visas that allows foreigners with relatively little assets to get in here and buy stores… Please, someone, this and welfare fraud generally is a topic that someone MUST investigate!


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