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There is no contradiction between the Pew data and the numbers I quoted. The point of the article is not that Muslim immigrants in the US do better than Hindus or Buddhists, but that they do better than Muslim immigrants in Europe.

According to this economist article, I will go with option 3 the selection process. While not designed that way, the legal US immigration process is probably so convoluted that a higher education is practically needed to navigate it. Of course, the US and Europe illegal immigration process is comparable - can you compare Mexicans in the US with Muslims in Europe with your data set?
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