U.S. population projection for 2015 and 2060, by race and Hispanic origin

Resident population projection for the United States for 2015 and 2060, by race and Hispanic origin (in millions)

by Statista Research Department, last edited Dec 31, 2014
U.S. population projection for 2015 and 2060, by race and Hispanic origin The statistic shows population projections for the United States for 2015 and 2060, by race and Hispanic origin. In 2060, about 119 million Hispanics will be living in the U.S.
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Resident population projection for the United States for 2015 and 2060, by race and Hispanic origin (in millions)

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20152060
Non-Hispanic White198.35181.93
Black or African American 39.7854.03
Asian 16.9837.88
Two or more races 6.5920.38
American Indian and Alaska Native 2.362.64
Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander 0.550.9
Hispanics (may be of any race)56.75119.04
20152060
Non-Hispanic White198.35181.93
Black or African American 39.7854.03
Asian 16.9837.88
Two or more races 6.5920.38
American Indian and Alaska Native 2.362.64
Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander 0.550.9
Hispanics (may be of any race)56.75119.04
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by Statista Research Department, last edited Dec 31, 2014
The statistic shows population projections for the United States for 2015 and 2060, by race and Hispanic origin. In 2060, about 119 million Hispanics will be living in the U.S.
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