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The face of America is change and one baby at a time national correspondent Steve -- -- it tells us about minorities.
Now in the majority.
This crucial demographic tipping point was long expected in points to a much more diverse future for America.
Census Bureau figures show more minority babies now being born then nonhispanic whites.
-- the result of an aging baby boom population and a surge of immigrants mostly Hispanics in their childbearing years it.
Reflects a very different America because America's changed dramatically over the past three or four decades where -- used to.
See ourselves in being able to think fortunately has the nation's black and white terms this is no longer possible.
For now the US still has a white majority but that's not true in every state.
In Hawaii immigrants comprise 77%.
Of the population.
The figure is 65% in the District of Columbia and about 60% in both California and New Mexico Texas has 55%.
By far the largest and fastest growing minority population is Latino growing at three point 1% a year.
These new numbers come at a time of tension over immigration in the courts and in politics.
I 2050 minorities will represented 54%.
Of America today candidates should be talking about.
-- infrastructure the resource is that education.
That Hispanics in all minority groups Britain.
Choir in America it's estimated that sometime after the year 2040 -- groups we now call minorities will together account for the new American majority.
Chris Steve thank.
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