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More in U.S. Warm to the New Melting Pot

While most people accept immigrants for their willingness to take jobs Americans snub, the question of immigrants' cultural impact still shows a divide across racial, educational, generational, and partisan lines.

CHANTILLY, VA - MAY 21: Originally from El Salvador, 8-year-old Nicole Mejia (C) poses for a photograph with historic reenactors from the First Virginia Regiment of the Continental Line after she became a U.S. citizen during a ceremony at the Sully Historic Site May 21, 2010 in Chantilly, Virginia. The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services Washington Field Office held the ceremony for children hailing from 14 countries, including Bangladesh, Iran, China, Turkey and Uganda. The children said this oath, 'I promise to love this country/I promise to defend her against her enemies/I am proud to be an American/So help me God.' (Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)
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