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Confirmation From Camarota: Immigration Moratorium Could Save Historic American Majority

Table 1:

Minority and White Populations at Different Immigration Rates, 2007-2060

 

Total Population

White, non-Hispanic Population

Minority Population

Minority Share (%)

 

Zero net Immigration

2007

300.9

199.2

101.7

33.8%

2010

306.4

200.4

106.0

34.6%

2020

323.4

203.7

119.7

37.0%

2030

337.0

204.6

132.4

39.3%

2040

347.3

202.8

144.5

41.6%

2050

355.3

199.7

155.6

43.8%

2060

362.7

196.9

165.8

45.7%

Change, 2007-2060:

61.8

-2.2

64.0

 

% increase, 2007-2060:

20.5%

-1.1%

63.0%

 
 

1.25 million/yr. net immigration (current rate)

2007

300.9

199.2

101.7

33.8%

2010

310.3

201.1

109.2

35.2%

2020

342.6

207.3

135.3

39.5%

2030

374.3

211.5

162.8

43.5%

2040

404.9

213.0

191.9

47.4%

2050

435.7

213.5

222.2

51.0%

2060

468.0

214.8

253.2

54.1%

Increase, 2007-2060:

167.1

15.6

151.5

 

% increase, 2007-2060:

55.5%

7.8%

148.9%

 
 

2.0 million/yr. net immigration

2007

300.9

199.2

101.7

33.8%

2010

312.6

201.6

111.0

35.5%

2020

354.2

209.3

144.9

40.9%

2030

396.6

215.4

181.2

45.7%

2040

439.4

218.8

220.6

50.2%

2050

483.9

221.6

262.3

54.2%

2060

531.2

225.2

306.0

57.6%

Increase, 2007-2060:

230.3

26.0

204.3

 

% increase, 2007-2060:

76.5%

13.1%

200.8%

 

Note: Minority population includes all groups other than Non-Hispanic whites.

Source: Steve Camarota, "100 Million More: Projecting the Impact of Immigration On the U.S.

Population, 2007 to 2060," CIS, August 2007. (Total population and Minority shares.)

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Minority population calculated by Ed Rubenstein

 Edwin S. Rubenstein (email him) is President of ESR Research Economic Consultants in Indianapolis.