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The United States Ethnic European (White) population has reduced by 8.6% since 2010, according to the new data from the 2020 census. The U.S. is now just 57.8% white, 18.7% non-White Hispanic, 12.4% Black and 6% Asian.
On the other hand, Russia emerges as being predominantly White European; a nation where European Whites are the unassailable majority from top to bottom. A look at the State Duma (Russian parliament) is a clear indication of Russia being almost a White protective apartheid nation. Among the 450 members of parliament, there isn’t a single black or (Indian) face evident – virtually all members are ethnic Europeans.
Roughly 82 per cent of the Russian population are ethnic Russians. The remaining 22.3% of the population were ethnic minorities. West of the Urals shows almost 100 per cent White and patriotic. Note: ethnic minorities in Russia tend not to mix their ethnicity as is prevalent in the West. Furthermore, race-mixing propaganda, television and media plus advertising don’t exist in Russia.
Over four-fifths of Russia’s population is of European descent, of which the vast majority were Slav Aryans, with a substantial minority of Finnic and Germanic peoples.
Meanwhile, in the race diversity-obsessed United States nearly all groups saw population gains this decade. The increase in the two or more races population (referred to throughout this story as the multiracial population) was especially large (up 276%). The White alone population declined by 8.6% since 2010.
The 2020 Census shows (Figures 1, 2 and 3): The White population for the time being remained the largest ethnicity group in the United States, with 204.3 million people identifying as White alone. Overall, 235.4 million people reported being White alone or in a mixed-race relationship.
A massive increase in mixed-race relationships shows some success from the incessant race-mixing propaganda. America’s multiracial population has changed considerably since 2010. Then it was measured at 9 million people in 2010 and is now 33.8 million people in 2020, a 276% increase.
All of the races alone or in combination groups experienced increases. The Some Other Race category alone or in the combination group (mixed race) (49.9 million) increased by 129% surpassing the Black or African American population (46.9 million) as the second-largest race alone or in the combination group.
The next largest racial populations were the Asian alone or in the combination group (24 million), the American Indian and Alaska Native alone or in the combination group (9.7 million), and the Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone or in the combination group (1.6 million).
The Hispanic or Latino population, which includes people of any race, was 62.1 million in 2020. The Hispanic or Latino population grew by 23%, while the population that was not of Hispanic or Latino origin grew by 4.3% since 2010.
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This story highlights national-level data. Data for all 50 states, the District of Columbia and the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico are available in our interactive data visualization. Source
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