The numbers don’t lie…
In 1960 only 16.5% of the US population was minority. In 1980 20.4% of Americans were minorities, and by 2000 that number increased to 30.9. It is estimated that in within 2 years it will have reached 36.3%. With each passing decade, the country experiences a significant dilution of its racial identity. Each generation grows-up in a noticeably less white environment, and by 2042 whites are projected to be a minority in the US…
From low birthrates, to mass immigration, to the rise in LGBT, let’s take a look the contributing factors to gain a better understanding of why whites in America have headed down the path of racial extinction.
The US has a population of 328 million. According to the Census Bureau, non-hispanic whites make up only 62% of the population.
•Hispanics represent 17% of the population.
•Blacks make up around 13% of the population.
According to the institute for family studies, Americans are currently reproducing at levels well below (1.8 children per woman in 2017) the replacement rate (2.1 children per woman).
Whites – 1.89
Non-Hispanic whites – 1.70
Hispanics – 2.1
Blacks – 2.4
Median age in America:
Whites – 43
Hispanics – 28
Blacks – 33
•55% of Americans feel whites are being discriminated against.
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