Richie Bernardo at WalletHub.com reports on their 2015 data reflecting America’s cities with the most and least ethno-racial and linguistic diversity among 350 of the most populated cities. They examined each city across three key metrics, including racial and ethnic diversity, language diversity and region of birth diversity.
Since 2011, more than half of all babies born in the U.S. have belonged to an ethnic or a racial minority. By 2019, the total minority population will have grown to 40.4 percent from 30.9 percent in 2000. But change isn’t confined to the next four years. By its estimates, the U.S. Census Bureau projects that no single ethnic group will comprise the majority in the U.S. for the first time in 2043.
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