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What is the percent of population that is foreign born in the United States?
The percent of population that is foreign born in the U.S. is 12%. In 1970, it was 5%.
What is the percentage of foreign born in Canada?
The percentage of foreign born people in Canada is 18%.
What is the percentage of foreign born people in California?
The percentage of foreign born people in California is 25%.
How many provinces are there in Canada?
There are 10 provinces in Canada.
How many territories are there in Canada?
There are three territories in Canada and they are: Northwest, Nunavat and Yukon.
What are the political views of Canada?
The political views of Canada are capitalist/socialist and Democratic and resemble Western Europe.
What are the great lakes?
H.O.M.E.S. Huron, Ontario, Michigan, Erie and Superior.
What are the top five agricultural states in terms of agricultural production?
The top five states in terms of agri. prod. are: California, Iowa, Texas, Nebraska and Illinois. Can Irene taste noodles and ice cream?
What is the average farm size in the United States?
The average farm size in the U.S. is 450 acres.
What is percentage that Iowa imports for food?
Iowa imports 90% of their food, it is a nationalization of agriculture.
In 1980 the cost of fruits and veggies went up or down?
In 1980, the cost of fruits and veggies went up 40% and processed foods went down 40%.
What was the cost of cellophane cardboard in the packaging industry?
The cost of cellophane cardboard was at 69 billion dollars a year.
What is the percentage of greenhouse gases from mechanized agriculture?
The percentage of greenhouse gases from mechanized agriculture is 17-34%.
What is the estimate of people that annually leave the U.S. to get medical care?
It is estimated that 800,000 Americans leave the U.S. every year to get healthcare. They are known as "Medical Tourists."
How many people in the U.S. are uninsured?
There are currently 50 million people uninsured in the U.S.
What is the population of Canada?
Canada has a population of 37 million people in it.
What year did NAFTA pass?
NAFTA passed in 1994.
What province in Canada tried to become its own province?
Quebec tried to become its own province.
What language is dominant in Quebec?
Quebec is known as a francophone. It is predominantly and culturally French.
What percentage of Arab Americans are Christian?
The percent of Arab Americans that are Christian are 77%.
What is the population of the United States?
The United States quite recently passed the 300 million mark.
What is the population in Canada?
The population in Canada is just under 34 million people.
What is cultural pluralism?
Cultural pluralism is a diversity of ancestral and traditional backgrounds.
What are the political views of the United States?
The political views of the United States are capitalist and democracy.
What areas are the where Lake Effect Snow take place?
Lake Effect snow take place in Grand Rapids Michigan. Lake Michigan.
What is the current usage of fossil fuel and food?
The current usage of fossil fuel and food are 10:1. Fossil fuel 10 and food 1.
What is the current percentage of healthcare that goes to the GDP?
Today healthcare is 18% of G.D.P.
How much or what percent of this goes to treat preventable diseases?
75% of it goes to treat preventable diseases.
What is the percentage of painkillers sold in the world?
80% of painkillers are sold in the world.
How many Americans leave the U.S. every year for healthcare?
800,000 Americans leave the US to receive healthcare someplace else. They are known as "Medical Tourists."
What is Willis Tower now called?
Willis Tower is now called Hoffman Estates.
What is the population of Ontario?
The population of Ontario is 13 million.
What is the population of Quebec?
The population of Quebec is 8 million people.
What is the population of Canada?
Canada has 34 million people.
What is the population of Cal?
The population of Cal is 37 million people.
What is the rate of increase per female in Canada?
The rate of increase per female in Canada is 1.6 children/per female.
What population is on the rate of decline in Canada?
The British and the French are on the decline in Canada while other groups are on the rise.
What percentage of Catholics are there in Canada?
There are 43% Roman Catholics in Canada, 23% Protestant and 16% none.
What percentage of Americans are Protestant?
There are 51% of people that are Protestant in America. 24% Roman Catholic and 16% none.
What is the annual income of people in Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota?
The annual income of people in Pine Ridge South Dakota is $6,286.
What is the life expectancy for males and females in Pine Ridge South Dakota?
The life expectancy for males is 48 years and females 52 years of age.
What was the percentage of people in the US that were foreign born in 2008?
The percentage of people that were foreign born in the US in 2008 was 13%.
The percentage of foreign born in California was?
The percentage of foreign born people in California was 25%.
What is the percent of money driven by petroleum in Alberta?
The percent driven by petroleum in Alberta is 11%. The Yukon is 12%, and the total for Canada is 5.9%.
What three zones are mineral resources concentrated in?
The three zones that mineral resources are concentrated in are: The Great Lakes, Appalachian Mountains and the mountain ranges of the West.
When did the shift of migration start to take process in the United States?
The shift of migration started to take process in the US in the 1970's when universal air conditioning made the so called Sunbelt more attractive to internal immigrants.
Where is Silicon Valley?
Silicon Valley is one of the world's leading centers for computer research in Northern California.
What is the Silicon Forest?
Seattle Washington is known as the silicone forest.
Where is the Silicon Desert?
The silicone desert is in Phoenix Arizona.
What is Austin Texas known as?
Austin Texas is known as the silicone prairie.
What happened to Canada in 1995?
In 1995 Quebec Canada was trying to become its own French-speaking providence and was narrowly defeated by 49%.