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New demographic data from the 2020 Census was released on Thursday, revealing how the makeup of The United States has changed in the last 10 years.
The long-awaited Census information is usually released by March 30 but was held up by coronavirus-related delays.
Here are five of the biggest takeaways from the released data:
America’s white population dropped for the first time in recorded history
For the first time ever, America’s non-Hispanic white population declined, per Census data.
In 2010, the population of white people was 223.6 million. As reported Thursday, that population dropped 8.6 percent, details ⇒
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