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More immigrants are moving into Trump states instead of expensive cities in blue states. Here's how the shift could reshape the 2020 election and beyond.

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An increasing number of immigrants are moving into states that swung for President Donald Trump in 2016. They're choosing them over blue states that are traditionally magnets for newcomers seeking to carve out a new life in the nation. That's according to a recent Brookings Institute analysis of migration trends among immigrants, many of whom are now choosing to live in red states that smaller immigrant populations as well as lower costs of living. The trend mirrors domestic migration patterns as people move out of expensive coastal cities in blue states and into less denser areas of red states.  Their impact could be initially cultural rather than political, helping to soften views on a polarizing issue that Trump used as a wedge in the last election. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories.

An increasing number of immigrants are moving into states that swung for President Donald Trump in 2016. And they're opting for them over the blue states that are traditionally magnets for newcomers seeking to carve out a new life in the United States.

That's according to a recent Brookings Institute analysis of migration trends among immigrants, many of whom are now choosing to live in red states with smaller immigrant populations.

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