In 1980, nearly half of U.S. counties — 1,412 of them — had populations that were almost exclusively (98 percent or more) white. Thirty years later, only 149 counties — fewer than five percent — fit that same description.
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Since (im)migration policy is no longer based on race, the U.S. gets real diversity. @MxUSlife
Thank you to Steven Riley of @mixed_race for notifying me about the article.