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Gallup: 120 Million People Want to Migrate to the United States

Source: breitbart.com

Feb 11, 2019 10:10 PM 1+ week ago

The Gallup survey company found that nearly 120 million foreigners would migrate to the United States if they are allowed to enter the country....Read more.

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