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Table 3 Number of individuals and the share of individuals with a native mother in different groups of second-generation immigrants

From: Human capital transmission and the earnings of second-generation immigrants in Sweden

  Father’s region of birth Number of male second-generation immigrants Share of second- generation immigrants with a native born mother (percent) Number of children of native matched individuals
1 Finland 25,674 35.8 19,477
2 Other Nordic countries 14,614 70.3 10,865
3 Former Yugoslavia 4,262 28.7 3,369
4 Greece 1,029 29.5 785
5 Italy 1,389 65.2 1,160
6 Turkey 408 32.3 310
7 Baltic States 4,327 51.6 3,213
8 Former Soviet Union 1,393 36.7 963
9 Czechoslovakia 1,058 40.8 930
10 Hungary 2,515 49.5 2,064
11 Poland 1,484 45.1 1,137
12 Germany 7,383 64.5 5,828
13 France 357 79.0 287
14 United Kingdom 592 81.3 501
15 The Netherlands 754 67.0 528
16 Middle East 255 56.1 160
17 Africa 470 66.8 291
18 Asia 456 74.3 326
19 Latin America 246 74.0 176
20 United States and Canada 1,832 89.7 1,360
Pooled groups of second-generation immigrants
1 Nordic countries 40,288 48.3 30,342
2 Southern Europe and Turkey 7,088 36.2 5,624
3 Eastern Europe 10,777 47.2 8,307
4 Western Europe, US and Canada 10,918 70.3 8,504
5 Africa and Middle East 725 63.0 451
6 Latin America and Asia 702 74.2 502