The Top U.S. States For Refugee Resettlement In 2016
According to U.S. State Department data analyzed by Pew Research, some states took in disappointingly few refugees with two (Delaware and Hawaii) taking none at all. On a per capita level, Nebraska took in the most of any U.S. state - 76 per 100,000 of its residents. The Democratic Republic of the Congo and Syria were the two largest origin countries for refugees in the U.S. in 2016, with 16,370 and 12,587 respectively.
This chart shows the number of refugees resettled in U.S. states in fiscal year 2016.