2020 Census Reveals Demographic Shifts

America’s white population shrank to a key mark for the first time in U.S. history. The latest U.S. Census Bureau numbers shows American growth is being driven by minorities and the white population now stands at 58-percent, the first time that they have fallen under the 60 percent mark since the Census was first conducted. The 2010 Census showed whites made up about 63-percent of the population. Since 2010, the Asian population grew by 35-percent, the Hispanic population rose by 23-percent, and the Black population grew five-point-six percent.