This map displays the number of foreign-born people as a share of the national population and the rate at which foreigners are granted citizenship in a given year. Countries are color-coded according to the number of foreign-born people as a share of the national population. The circles above each reflect the size of the naturalization rate--the share of foreigners who are granted citizenship in a given year. Simply select a country by clicking anywhere in its territory or the circle itself, and a text box will appear with specific data points. All data is from the most recent year available across all selected countries (2011).
Suggested Citation: Gest, Justin and Anna Boucher. 2018. 'Crossroads Citizenship Map', Harvard University Center for Geographic Analysis, accessed via www.crossroads.earth
Also see: Boucher, Anna and Justin Gest. 2018. Crossroads: Comparative Immigration Regimes in a World of Demographic Change, New York: Cambridge University Press.