What Happens If Hundreds of Thousands of Puerto Ricans Flee for the Mainland United States?. the 1,000 miles separating Puerto Rico from the U.S. mainland don’t constitute much of a barrier.
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Puerto Rico’s nearly decade-long economic recession has led to people leaving the island for the mainland in numbers not seen in more than 50 years, new Pew Research Center analysis of Census Bureau data has found.. Last year, 84,000 people left Puerto Rico for the U.S. mainland, a 38% increase from 2010, according to the analysis of American Community Survey data.
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Why more Puerto Ricans are living in mainland U.S. than in Puerto Rico By Cindy Y. Rodriguez, CNN updated 8:26 AM EDT, Sat March 22, 2014 NEW YORK – MAR 14: Puerto Rican Surey Miranada in Union Square Park in New York, New York on March 14, 2014.
Displaced Puerto Rican students adjust to mainland schools. and now college students are being forced to move to the mainland to finish school.. Displaced Puerto Ricans in Florida.
Many businesses closed. The result has been an exodus to the mainland. The Center for Puerto Rican Studies at Hunter College estimated in an October study that between 114,000 and 213,000 Puerto.
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Melndez projected that Maria’s damage to Puerto Rico’s physical, social and economic fabric could result in as many as 200,000 migrants to the U.S. mainland over the next 12 months, with many of the new arrivals relocating to Florida, New York and New Jersey-all of which have existing large Puerto Rican communities. MIGRATION "RUMORS"
· Over 135,000 Puerto Ricans have relocated to the U.S. mainland since the hurricane, according to a report released by the Center for Puerto Rican.
Every two weeks or so, the automated voice would tell Analee Dalmau and hundreds of other displaced Puerto Rican families that the deadline was looming, that they would soon have to move out of their hotel rooms, that their refuge would no longer be covered by federal funds. Dalmau, 24, fled her home
News Displaced By Hurricane Maria, Many Puerto Ricans Are Moving To Texas. Some plan to stay awhile. jobs and education are big draws for residents of Puerto Rico.
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