Americans are more positive about the long-term rise in U.S. racial and ethnic diversity than in 2016

Posted on AllSides October 2nd, 2020
From The Center

The United States is more racially and ethnically diverse today than it ever has been, and it is projected to be even more diverse in the coming decades. In 2019, Americans who identify as a race or ethnicity other than non-Hispanic White made up 40% of the country’s population, and their combined share is predicted to increase to over 50% by 2044, according to the U.S. Census Bureau.

Americans continue to mostly say these long-term shifts are neither good nor bad for the country. However, the share that views the...

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