During his first State of the Union address Tuesday, he mentioned the words "immigrants" and "immigration" more than any other president in the last 100 years since President Woodrow Wilson started the trend of delivering the State of the Union as a speech instead of a written report.
Note: See the number of times words and phrases were used in this year's State of the Union speech and in speeches and annual addresses past below.
Every square represents one instance and the quote from that speech can be accessed by hovering over a square.
This analysis includes annual addresses to Congress and State of the Union addresses. It includes written addresses where oral addresses are not available (1919, 1920, 1924 - 1932, 1946). The 1946 address was a lengthy written address, which may skew some results.