Koch brothers' think-tank finds that immigrants and their children use less welfare than third-and-higher generation Americans

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Koch brothers' think-tank finds that immigrants and their children use less welfare than third-and-higher generation Americans

Post by Idéfix on Mon Jun 04, 2018 5:48 pm

The Cato Institute was originally known as the Charles Koch Foundation. They then rebranded themselves using the name of a conservative patrician Roman senator.

https://www.cato.org/blog/immigrants-their-children-use-less-welfare-third-higher-generation-americans



People in the first and second generations consume an average of 33 percent fewer welfare benefits, per capita, than native-born Americans who are in the third-and-higher generations for these four programs...

Only counting those aged 65 and above for Social Security means that each person in the first and second generations costs 17 percent less, on average, than each person in the third-and-higher generations.

Immigrants, whether one includes their U.S.-born children or not, consume fewer welfare and entitlement benefits than native-born Americans in the third-and-higher generations.
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