The United States population is rapidly growing more diverse. According to U.S. census population estimates, released in July 2019, 60.4% of the population identifies as “white, not Hispanic or Latino,” as opposed to 63.7% in the 2010 census, and 69.1% in 2000.
Through in-depth analysis of census data, this report reveals how the U.S. population is evolving and breaks down the demographics of eligible voters, voter turnout, and congressional districts.
- How the overall U.S. population compares to the eligible voter population
- How U.S. demographics are projected to change by 2060
- Voter turnout in recent elections and what it could mean for the 2020 election
- Congressional district demographics and how they relate to political party
- How the 2020 census may impact congressional reapportionment