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M II A II R II K Mar 5, 2015 6:01 PM

The 10 states diversifying the fastest
 
The 10 states diversifying the fastest


February 26, 2015

By Thomas Young

Read More: http://www.brookings.edu/blogs/brook..._hsmi=16303374

Diversity Explosion Interactive: http://www.brookings.edu/research/in...sity-explosion

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Here are the 10 states that stand out when looking at the difference in share of the people of color aged 19 and younger compared to those aged 65 and older:

- 10. Rhode Island

Share of people of color 19 and under: 37%
Share of people of color 65 and older: 9%

- 9. Washington

Share of people of color 19 and under: 41%
Share of people of color 65 and older: 13%

- 8. Oklahoma

Share of people of color 19 and under: 45%
Share of people of color 65 and older: 15%

- 7. Delaware

Share of people of color 19 and under: 48%
Share of people of color 65 and older: 18%

- 6. Florida

Share of people of color 19 and under: 56%
Share of people of color 65 and older: 24%

- 5. Texas

Share of people of color 19 and under: 67%
Share of people of color 65 and older: 34%

- 4. California

Share of people of color 19 and under: 73%
Share of people of color 65 and older: 40%

- 3. New Mexico

Share of people of color 19 and under: 74%
Share of people of color 65 and older: 40%

- 2. Nevada

Share of people of color 19 and under: 62%
Share of people of color 65 and older: 26%

- 1. Arizona

Share of people of color 19 and under: 59%
Share of people of color 65 and older: 18%

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MolsonExport Mar 5, 2015 6:22 PM

diversity is only skin deep? And the lack of color is what?

dc_denizen Mar 5, 2015 6:28 PM

Weird way to put it.

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antinimby Mar 5, 2015 6:34 PM

Is it really diversifying if in most of those places, it just means there are greater number of Mexicans moving in.

dave8721 Mar 5, 2015 6:42 PM

And white people not having children.

Buckeye Native 001 Mar 5, 2015 6:58 PM

If only the allegedly diverse population we have in Arizona voted as regularly as the pissed off old caucasian fucks in Sun City who move here to die and couldn't care less about the state's future. Politics here would probably be a hell of a lot less insanely right wing.

brickell Mar 5, 2015 7:17 PM

My head is asploding.

The individual metro graphs on the map do a better job of explaining this than any of those words they used.

http://i.imgur.com/1fJkTga.png

HomeInMyShoes Mar 5, 2015 7:45 PM

People of color. It's like my mom wrote this.

xzmattzx Mar 17, 2015 4:36 PM

Isn't Rhode Island losing population? Maybe the increase in "diversity" is that the Whites with money are leaving an unfavorable living climate, and the poor Blacks are being left behind.


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