Below are two charts from the Economist magazine. The first shows that the USA is the top choice of potential immigrants; the second shows that Iceland is the most welcoming country towards immigrants. Iceland? I taught management classes there and was the darkest person I saw. Apparently, it's easy to be welcoming in the abstract. Or maybe the Economist pulled the findings out of its nose.
America is friendlier to foreigners than headlines suggest
And the country remains the first choice for would-be immigrants