If you just glance at the headlines, you might get the sense that there’s an anti-immigrant vibe spreading across America and the globe. It turns out that people are more inviting than you might expect (and more than they have been in the past). “In the U.S., the nation with the world’s largest number of immigrants, six-in-ten adults (59%) say immigrants make the country stronger because of their work and talents, while one-third (34%) say immigrants are a burden because they take jobs and social benefits. Views about immigrants have shifted in the U.S. since the 1990s, when most Americans said immigrants were a burden to the country.” The latest numbers from Pew: Around the World, More Say Immigrants Are a Strength Than a Burden.