The ranks of immigrants and their children will grow to reach a record share of the US population in the second half of this century, projections show, with Asian immigration taking over as the biggest source of population growth.

The forecasts demonstrate the extent to which immigration will reshape the US population, even as politicians such as Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump use hostility towards foreigners to appeal to parts of the electorate.

The report from the Pew Research Center finds that foreign-born individuals and their children will comprise 36 per cent of the US population by 2065, higher than the peaks reached at the beginning of the 20th century and up from 26 per cent now. The ranks of foreign-born individuals alone will also rise to a record.

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