INDIA, March 22, 2013 (The Hindu): More than 100 million people from across the world, including 10 million from India, would like to move permanently to the U.S., which remains the most popular global destination, according to a latest opinion poll. Potential migrants who would like to move to the U.S. are logically the most likely to come from some of the most populous countries in the world, the Gallup poll said. The poll said that 19 million Chinese would like to move to the U.S., followed by 13 million from Nigeria, 10 million from India and six million each from Brazil and Bangladesh.
However, other populous countries such as Iran and Pakistan do not have large groups of people who say that they would like to move to the U.S. permanently. This is not surprising, as Iranians and Pakistanis have some of the lowest U.S. leadership approval ratings in the world. Gallup said about 13 per cent of the world's adults