What percentage of the United States is minority?

What percentage of the United States is minority?

The American population is a unique mosaic of cultures—and almost 40% of people identify as racial or ethnic minorities today.

What is the minority makeup of the US?


White alone, percent  76.3%
Black or African American alone, percent(a)  13.4%
American Indian and Alaska Native alone, percent(a)  1.3%
Asian alone, percent(a)  5.9%

What percentage of the U.S. population was Hispanic in 2012?

16.7 percent
52.0 million Hispanics constituted 16.7 percent of the nation’s total population.

What is the percentage of race in the United States 2019?

The new data shows that, by 2019, the white population share declined nearly nine more percentage points, to 60.1%. The Latino or Hispanic and Asian American population shares showed the most marked gains, at 18.5% and nearly 6%, respectively.

What percentage of the US was black in 2012?

The Black or African-American population increased by 1.3% to to 44.5 million. Overall, the minority population in the U.S was up by 1.9 percent to 116 million, representing 37 percent, of the total population in July 2012.

How many African Americans are in the United States 2013?

39.9 million
Blacks in the United States are a diverse population and in 2013 included: Total population (39.9 million). Percent of the total population (12.6%). U.S.-born Blacks (36.2 million).

How much of the U.S. is Black?

In 2020, the Black or African American alone population (41.1 million) accounted for 12.4% of all people living in the United States, compared with 38.9 million and 12.6% in 2010.

What percent of the U.S. is Black 2017?

Nationally, the largest racial demographic groups as of 2017 were: White Non-Hispanic: 60.6 percent. Black Non-Hispanic: 12.3 percent.

What percentage of U.S. is white 2020?

In 2020, non-Hispanic white people, hereafter called whites, are still the majority race in the U.S., representing 59.7% of the U.S. population. In my research with the demographer Rogelio Saenz, we have shown that the white share of the U.S. population has been dropping since 1950 and it will continue to go down.