According to Wiki (take that for what it’s worth), that would make the illegal population the 5th largest city in Wisconsin.
Wisconsin is home to an estimated 85,000 people who immigrated illegally, three-fourths of them from Mexico.
That’s according to a new study released Tuesday by the Pew Research Center. It focuses on illegal immigration from 2009 to 2012.
The study says illegal immigration has been largely stable nationwide since 2009. It had declined during the recession after peaking in 2007 at 12.2 million people.
The study estimates 55,000 people who immigrated illegally were working in Wisconsin in 2012, less than the estimated 60,000 employed in 2007. Other people who immigrated illegally include workers’ children and spouses.