Census Bureau briefing

The growing Hispanic population in the United States has reached a new milestone, topping 50 million, or 16.3% of the nation, officially solidifying its position as the country's second-largest group, U.S. Census Bureau officials said Thursday.
"Overall, we've learned that our nation's population has become more racially and ethnically diverse over the past 10 years," Nicholas A. Jones, chief of the bureau's racial statistics branch, told reporters. Full Story »

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by Barry Grossheim - Mar. 24, 2011

A good recap of the latest census data. We are less white and much more Hispanic.

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