The population of each minority group in the US has grown by double-digits since 2010, according to new data from the Census Bureau that paints a picture of a country becoming more racially and ethnically diverse.
The Census Bureau estimates indicate that the Asian population has been the fastest-growing in the U.S since 2010. In 2019, the Asian population stood at 22.9 million people, representing, a 29.3% increase since 2010.
By comparison, the White population grew by 4.3% since 2010, though this group still represents by far the largest population overall at 258.6 million people.
Though the median age of every group studied rose between 2010 and 2019, the White population had the highest median age in 2019 (39.5 years).
Among minority groups the highest median age was among the Asian population (35 years), with the lowest median age being among the Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander population (29.6 years). Read the rest at Marketing Chart.