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Immigrant Attitudes

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The attitudes of immigrants who have arrived recently differ from those who have arrived earlier in many ways. From 2002-2009 the percentage of votes from a series of questions has changed drastically. One of the questions that was asked if the immigrant spent most of their time with another native from their country. The next one question was if they called another immigrant in their country at least once a week on the phone. The final question was if that immigrant spoke their native language at home.
The attitudes of immigrants who have arrived here recently differ from the earlier immigrants because of the time they spend with other immigrants. In the first paragraph of part 2 it says'' Most immigrants say that they have become comfortable in the united states quickly, yet ties to their birth countries have become stronger since 2002, particularly among recent
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According to the text, a sizable number of immigrants come to the united states with no knowledge of English. Therefore they speak their native language at home. In 2002, the total percentage of immigrants who spoke their native language at home was a total of 56%. from the 2009 survey, immigrants who spoke their native language at home was a total of 88%. Between these two surveys the votes differ by 32%.
From the graphs in part 2 of the story, the attitudes of immigrants has changed drastically. From the 3 questions asked in the surveys of 2002 and 2009 all votes have increased by 25% or more. The number of immigrants who spent most of their time with other natives was 25%. The number of immigrants who talk to their natives on the phone was a total of 28%. Lastly, the number of immigrants who speak their native language at home was 32%. Therefore the attitudes of recent immigrants definitely differ from those of the older
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