Asian population in U.S. to see biggest increase by 2060

December 12, 2014
UCLA

The U.S. Asian population is projected to have grown the most by race by 2060. (Korea Times file)

The U.S. Asian population is projected to have grown the most by race by 2060, a U.S. Census Bureau report said Wednesday.

Population estimates, based on the 2010 Census, placed overall U.S. population at 321 million as of July 1, 2015. By July 1, 2060, the population is projected to increase 29.7 percent to about 416 million.

By race, the white population is expected to see a 14.9 percent increase by 2060, blacks a 40.6 percent decrease, Hispanics a 109.8 percent increase.

Asians, who numbered 17.3 million in the 2010 Census, will see a 122.2 percent increase to 38.9 million, the report said.

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