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    More White People Died Than Were Born in 2012

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    Estimates of ethnic population statistics in the United States say that more white people died than the number of white people who were born in 2012.

    Estimates of ethnic population statistics in the United States say that more white people died than the number of white people who were born in 2012.

    The ethnic groups were labeled as Hispanic, black, Asian, and non Hispanic white, which was the only group to have more deaths than births.

    Although the number of American born white people decreased, more European immigrants offset the population decrease, and non-hispanic whites are still the majority in the US comprising a reported 63 percent of the population.

    Census data shows that white women are more likely to not have any children than Hispanic or African American women.

    Fertility rates for white women have dropped to below a level where population numbers can be sustained.

    The fastest growing group are Asians with a 2.9 percent population increase in 2012.

    Another report says that over 50% of children in the US who are less that one year old, are ethnically Hispanic, black or Asian American.

    What are your thoughts on the population trends in the US?