Latinos are expected to make up 39 percent of California’s population, edging past non-Hispanic whites who will make up 38.8 percent.
This places California as the second state, behind New Mexico, where Latinos make up the largest percentage of any racial or ethnic group.
What is the population of Los Angeles in 2018?
Hence, the population of Los Angeles in 2018 is forecast to be 4.018 Million + 0.0276 Million = 4.0556 Million. So, the population of Los Angeles in the year 2018 as per estimated data = 4.0556 Million.
Is California gaining or losing population?
California Losing Residents Via Domestic Migration. For many years, more people have been leaving California for other states than have been moving here. On net, the state lost 1 million residents to domestic migration—about 2.5 percent of its total population. These population losses are low in historical terms.
What percentage of Los Angeles is Hispanic?
The racial/ethnic/cultural composition of Los Angeles as of the 2005-2009 American Community Survey was as follows: Hispanic or Latino (of any race): 47.5% Non-Hispanic Whites: 29.4% Asian: 10.7%
Is California overpopulated?
California is overpopulated because it is an attractive place to live. Yes, we are overpopulated (for our water supply) but we will figure it out.
Which state has the largest black population?
10 States With The Largest African-American Populations
- District of Columbia (50.7% African American)
- Mississippi (37.3% African American)
- Louisiana (32.4% African American)
- Georgia (30.5% African American)
- Maryland (29.4 % African American)
- South Carolina (27.9% African American)
- Alabama (26.2% African American)
- North Carolina (21.5% African American)
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