President Trump has vowed to deport 2 to 3 million undocumented immigrants with criminal records from the United States during his presidency. But before we look forward, how has the United States most recently handled deportation? Let's look at the numbers.

Deported presents information for each of the top six states for deportations in the U.S. The project examines the deportations from each of these states and shows how many people were deported without criminal convictions as well as the top three criminal convictions that led to deportation.

Click on a state to learn more:

  1. Texas
  2. California
  3. Arizona
  4. Louisiana
  5. Georgia
  6. Florida
Deported was created by Gabrielle Calise. The Github repo can be found here. To read more about this project, check out my post on Medium. Artwork is my own. The most up-to-date immigration data (through Jan. 2016) was found in the TRAC Immigration database.