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Results from the 2000 Census have given us a detailed picture at how the population of the U. has changed in the past few decades, especially in regards to Asian Americans. It shows that in terms of proportion to the total U. population, the Black population has stayed relatively stable and is likely to continue doing so. population who are White is expected to decrease each decade and in 2050, no racial/ethnic group will have be a majority, including Whites for the first time in U. The numbers within the Asian American population show that we are not all alike.For a very nice interactive report of Census 2000 general demographics for each of the 50 states from USA Today, click here. One of their graphics is presented below and it shows the racial/ethnic proportion of the U. The groups that are experiencing the highest growth are Hispanics/Latinos and Asian Americans. This diversity among Asian Americans shows up when we look at the sizes of the different ethnic groups within the overall Asian American population.

This table includes Asian ethnic groups whose total population is at least 50,000 in size.

It breaks down each Asian ethnic group's total population by single ethnicity, two or more Asian ethnicities, and finally, Asian and at least one other race (multiracial Asians).

Following up on the total population table above and again using data from the U. Census Bureau Fact Finder, the following table shows the growth rates of various Asian American ethnic groups from 1980-19-2000, along with the proportion of each Asian group to the total Asian American population in 2000.

In terms of growth among the six major Asian American ethnic groups, the Vietnamese were the fastest growing from 1980 to 1990.

However, since 1990, Bangladeshis have become the fastest growing, largely because their population was very small to begin with. First, there are very few Japanese who immigrate to the U. these days so therefore they do not experience the type of phenomenal growth that large immigrant groups experience, such as Asian Indians.

The next fastest-growing Asian ethnic groups from 1990 to 2000 were Pakistanis and Asian Indians. Second, as many Japanese American families are into their fifth or higher generation in the U.It is also clear that Chinese are the largest Asian American ethnic group as they comprise 22.6% of the total Asian American population, followed by Filipinos and Asian Indians As you can see, all the Asian ethnic groups listed above grew at a rather healthy rate between 19, except for Japanese Americans. S., they have become one of the most assimilated of all Asian American groups.Perhaps as a direct result of this, they also have one of the highest intermarriage (interracial marriage) rates of all Asian Americans (see the page on Interracial Dating and Marriage for more details).As more Japanese Americans intermarry, the less likely their children are to identify themselves as Japanese American.The map on the right comes from the "Asian" section of the U. Census Bureau's Mapping Census 2000: The Geography of U. Diversity report (you can click on the thumbnail to see the larger version) and it illustrates the growth of the Asian American population by county from 1990 to 2000.What it basically shows is that the counties that experienced the largest increases in their Asian American population are located in Nevada, Arizona, Colorado, and throughout the south.

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