Census Data Reveals Immigration Effect

European whites will be a minority in the United States by 2044 according to projections published by the U.S. Census.

The Economist reports that more lenient immigration laws in the 1960s took the Hispanic population from just 7m in 1970 to 57m today, a number which is predicted to double by 2050.

Hispanic populations in the U.S. boast a much higher birth rate than other groups contributing to their ascendancy.

Currently, 85% of Hispanics are legal residents and Latino growth is not so much from immigration anymore as it is from births in the United States.

According to a study published by Pew Research on March 9, births within the Hispanic community drives 78 per cent of population growth in the United States.

Census projections do not include any increased immigration thanks to the Open Border policy of the Obama Administration. So, these numbers may be even more skewed in the near future as a cascade of new illegal immigrants rushes toward the border.