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Immigration fueling Minnesota's population growth

While both the U.S.-born population and foreign-born population have grown in our state since 1970, the foreign-born population has swelled more quickly. Minnesota had about 113,000 foreign-born residents in 1990, but that number more than quadrupled to about 457,200 residents by 2015. Our projections show that without migration, Minnesota’s total population would begin declining in 2040. 

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