Almost 40% of People Living in America Are Hispanic or Non-White
USAFIS: Hispanic Family

Just under 40 percent of the entire United States population is either Hispanic or nonwhite

In about 25 years, Non-Hispanic whites are predicted to be a minority of the nation’s population. It is the first time since the first decennial census in 1790 that there has been a decline in the nation of whites, according to William Frey, of The Brookings Institution. He says we are changing demographics beginning with the youngest generation.

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For the first time on record, Hispanics and nonwhites make up the majority of people under the age of 16 in 2019. The predicted demographic shift will grow larger over the coming decades, said the U.S. Census Bureau. Over the past 20 years, the number of whites who aren’t Hispanic has declined by over 16,600 people. The drop has escalated over the past three years, with a decrease of over 500,000 people from 2016 to 2019.

USAFIS: Hispanics in the USAThe decline in births among the white population in the US has caused a decrease in the number of people under 18 years of age in the past ten years. This drop has been exacerbated by the bigger Millennial group that has been aged out and replaced by a smaller Generation Z.

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