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The 10 Most Undesirable States (For Illegal Immigrants)

Most Undesirable States For Illegal ImmigrantsOne would guess illegal immigrants are so desperate that they would do anything and live anywhere to stay in this country. Surprisingly, the numbers paint a different picture. Illegal immigrants have started deserting this country during the past 2 years. But they began deserting these 10 most undesirable states since 2005:

10. Delaware: 5k illegal immigrants left the tiny state of Delaware since 2005. This is a 20% decline. Now, only 20k illegal immigrants remain in Delaware.

9. Nevada: 10k illegal immigrants left Nevada since 2005. There are still 180k of them residing in Nevada.

8. New York: 25k illegal immigrants left New York since 2005. This is only a 4% decline though because there are still 650k illegal immigrants in New York.

7. Colorado: 30k illegal immigrants left Colorado since 2005. This is a 12% decline, the eighth highest in the nation.

6. Virginia: 35k illegal immigrants left Virginia since 2005. This 17% decline is the seventh highest in the country.

5. Massachusetts: 40k illegal immigrants left Massachusetts since 2005. This 20% decline is the third highest in the nation.

4. Arizona: 75k illegal immigrants left Arizona since 2005. This was before they got “real tough” on illegal immigration. This 17% decline is the fifth highest in the nation.

3. California: 100k illegal immigrants left California since 2005. The percentage decline is only 4%, a small number because 2.5 million illegal immigrants still reside in The Golden State.

2. North Carolina: 100k illegal immigrants left North Carolina since 2005. The percentage decline is 27%, the second highest in the country.

1. Florida: 250k illegal immigrants left Florida  since 2005. The 27% decline is also the highest in the nation.