Cross Posted at Latino Decisions and Latino Vote Matters: New analysis of state voter registration counts by Latino Decisions reveals strong growth in Latino registered voters across the 50 states.  In July, Ruy Teixeira and William Frey first analyzed the May 2012 Census data, and found that steady increases in the Latino... Continue »
While many are welcoming the recent news that minority babies are, for the first time, constituting a majority of the nation’s newborns—a rather predictable segment of America is not so receptive to the change. “It is clear that this, and other similar stories like this, are meant to serve... Continue »
Big news from the US Census Bureau this week: for the first time, ethnic minority babies are the majority of children born in the US.  Plenty of blogs and editorials have covered the seismic shift, pointing out that these demographic changes will transform policies and politics, whether certain policymakers accept the facts or... Continue »
As Census Numbers on Births Show the Future of America, Special Supplement Analyzes How Immigrants are Revitalizing Our Nation  This week, the U.S. Census Bureau announced that for the first time, the majority of children born in the U.S. belong to racial and ethnic groups currently considered “minorities.”  As... Continue »
Yesterday, the Census Bureau reported that, in 2011, 50.4% of all births in the United States were to minorities: For the first time, racial and ethnic minorities make up more than half the children born in the U.S., capping decades of heady immigration growth that is now slowing. New... Continue »
There have been repeated warnings about the anti-immigrant rhetoric in the GOP presidential campaign. But, Mitt Romney keeps digging deeper with a new ad taking a swipe at Supreme Court Justice Sotomayor and the revelation that he's scheming with Kris Kobach to institute a mass deportation scheme. Continue »
As we've written about in post after post, a seismic demographic change is underway in the U.S., but both political parties still seem to be ignoring the facts and their electoral implications. Continue »
The facts researcher Rakesh Kochhar delivered last week to the local chapter of the National Hispanic Professional Organization shouldn't have been a surprise. The economist with the Pew Hispanic Center in Washington told his audience that the Hispanic population in Tennessee and across the United States has been... Continue »