The US has become exclusively diverse and has urbanised over the decades, where for the first time it is noticed that the non-Hispanic white population has dropped according to record, On Thursday, as per the Census Bureau report, the demographic data would be used to redraw the nation’s political maps.
The graph shows that Americans had continued to migrate in the South and West at the expense of the Midwest and Northeast. The white population-driven down from 63.7% in 2010 and 57.8% in 2020, which is the lowest record till now, and led to falling in birth rates as compared to white women, Hispanic and Asian women. The number of non-Hispanic white people had fallen from 196 million in 2010 to 191 million. Some demographers had alerted that the white population is not shrinking but has been shifting to more multiracial identities. The number of people that were claimed for belonging to two or more races has now tripled from 9 million folks in 2010 to 33.8 million folks in 2020. The account of the U.S. population is now that of 10%.
According to the Census Bureau, people who were identified as a race other than Black, white, American, Asian, Indian or other Natives, whether in a group or alone have reached 49.9 million people, by suppressing all the Black population of 46.9 million people as the nation’s second-largest racial group. Asians were the next most populous racial group that reached 24 million people in 2020, covering more than one-third of the population. What a breathtaking jump.
Almost the growth of the past 10 years has taken place in metropolitan areas where about 80% of metropolitan areas have majorly gone through a population gain. As more people who belong to smaller counties have moved to larger countries in seek of urbanisation
The young generation plays an important role in future growth. Not only the child population but also for the future labour force.”At the start of the 2020 census, most of the U.S. residents, with the spread of the virus in 2020 had forced the Census Bureau to delay operations and to extend their count’s schedule regarding the census data which has tied to people on April 1, 2020, the numbers do not reflect approximately 620,000 folks of the U.S.population who died from COVID-19.