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-- you -- white men and women will no longer be the majority in the United States just three decades from now that's the new prediction from the US Census Bureau.
It reports -- by 2043.
There'll be no majority groups at all as a percentage of nonhispanic white Americans falls below 50%.
Is actually one year later than previous predictions.
But the demos are changing even more quickly for kids the numbers show.
The by the end of this decade no single race will be a majority among kids under eighteen.
Joining me now global analyst on immigration and dean of UCLA's graduate school of education and information studies Marcelo.
Suarez a Roscoe the -- there.
Think you Gretchen -- and when we look at these a census numbers.
America's always been known as the melting pot I guess officially.
We're still the melting pot right.
Yes I think that they that tell the story.
It changing American -- and the future that will look in some ways like our -- but in other ways will look different.
It's interesting politically because in just the election last month President Obama.
-- -- 78%.
Of the non white vote.
How do you see this factory and ramifications politically moving forward.
Probe both parties will have to rethink and redouble their efforts.
To -- -- the way it.
What will moving forward BR fastest growing demographic.
I think kids that every widened.
It's located -- -- that -- -- Origin population of the United States and I -- -- -- voted in very large numbers prize for George W.
Bush in the first election.
And that has changed at so.
The elephant in their -- so to speak.
Is -- will.
For the parties to be able to rule -- paying.
With a -- graphic that will become increasingly important moving forward.
Yeah it's interesting because when you look at this report for 2043.
It is Hispanics.
Who will gain -- the biggest in numbers -- go from fourteen point 7% to 31%.
-- African Americans will be fourteen point 7% Asians we'll go from five to 8%.
Whites will go down to.
Social implications an interest in your thoughts on this.
He has a lot of discussion about minorities.
And getting into colleges having access for certain things will whites then at some point -- -- they have a minority status.
Well the question.
Social implication of these -- -- -- -- that we -- going to need to -- Via education.
-- decent who Americans see this the fastest growing sector now all of our of our population.
Is the US born citizen children of immigrants we need to make sure that these children Gretchen.
Have the education and they have the tools they have they debated the the cognitive dementia -- cognitive skills.
Two just dry -- And in the economy.
With the jobs of the future that's -- challenger -- -- -- -- society is.
Making sure war.
The kids they know -- -- little US Americans have all the tools are going to need for the jobs of the 21 century -- and that's what we really need to focus.
Our energy I -- to understand that -- a seven and a nine year old so I get it Marcelo Suarez -- Roscoe thanks for your thoughts.
Take your questions.
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