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From Quartz - The ROI on border walls is terrible, the following claim was made::

Low-skill workers earn one cent in extra income for every 19 cents the government spends on walling off Mexico

It further claims that every other demographic ends up financially worse off with the wall being built.

Unfortunately the actual study is pay-walled so I can't analyze it in detail. Are these claims accurate, and does the study have sufficient evidence of the claim to be considered a trustworthy source for policy decisions?

From Quartz - The ROI on border walls is terrible, the following claim was made::

Low-skill workers earn one cent in extra income for every 19 cents the government spends on walling off Mexico

It further claims that every other demographic ends up financially worse off with the wall being built.

Unfortunately the actual study is pay-walled so I can't analyze it in detail. Are these claims accurate, and does the study have evidence of the claim?

From Quartz - The ROI on border walls is terrible, the following claim was made::

Low-skill workers earn one cent in extra income for every 19 cents the government spends on walling off Mexico

It further claims that every other demographic ends up financially worse off with the wall being built.

Unfortunately the actual study is pay-walled so I can't analyze it in detail. Are these claims accurate, and does the study have sufficient evidence of the claim to be considered a trustworthy source for policy decisions?

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From ThisQuartz - The ROI on border walls is terrible article claims that, the following claim was made::

 Low-skill workers earn one cent in extra income for every 19 cents the government spends on walling off Mexico

Low-skill workers earn one cent in extra income for every 19 cents the government spends on walling off Mexico

It further claims that every other demographic ends up financially worse off with the wall being built.

Unfortunately the actual study is pay-walled so I can't analyze it in detail. Are these claims accurate, and does the study have evidence of the claim?

This article claims that:

 Low-skill workers earn one cent in extra income for every 19 cents the government spends on walling off Mexico

It further claims that every other demographic ends up financially worse off with the wall being built.

Unfortunately the actual study is pay-walled so I can't analyze it in detail. Are these claims accurate, and does the study have evidence of the claim?

From Quartz - The ROI on border walls is terrible, the following claim was made::

Low-skill workers earn one cent in extra income for every 19 cents the government spends on walling off Mexico

It further claims that every other demographic ends up financially worse off with the wall being built.

Unfortunately the actual study is pay-walled so I can't analyze it in detail. Are these claims accurate, and does the study have evidence of the claim?

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ThisThis article claims that:

 Low-skill workers earn one cent in extra income for every 19 cents the government spends on walling off Mexico

It further claims that every other demographic ends up financially worse off with the wall being built.

Unfortunately the actual study is pay-walled so I can't analyze it in detail. Are these claims accurate, and does the study have evidence of the claim?

This article claims that:

 Low-skill workers earn one cent in extra income for every 19 cents the government spends on walling off Mexico

It further claims that every other demographic ends up financially worse off with the wall being built.

Unfortunately the actual study is pay-walled so I can't analyze it in detail. Are these claims accurate, and does the study have evidence of the claim?

This article claims that:

 Low-skill workers earn one cent in extra income for every 19 cents the government spends on walling off Mexico

It further claims that every other demographic ends up financially worse off with the wall being built.

Unfortunately the actual study is pay-walled so I can't analyze it in detail. Are these claims accurate, and does the study have evidence of the claim?

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