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WOW — EYEOPENER RESEARCH INFORMATION — U.S. STATISTICS: NFL / NBA Blacks to Whites percentages, U.S. Population (Black, White, Hispanic); Migrants / Immigrants population; Hispanic and Migrants / Immigrants fastest growing U.S. population; Whites will be minority race by 2050; and U.S. Languages:
NFL (2014) — The average number of black players in the National Football League is approximately 70 percent. There are representations of almost every race in the NFL, but African-American’s make up the largest percentage.
NBA (2014) — Black players represent an astounding 68.9% of the player population, followed by white players, who constitute 21.7% of the league. The three remaining racial categories in the league – Hispanic, Asian and Mixed – combine to equal only 9.4%.
U.S. CENSUS 2010 (OFFICIAL): Black or African American 12.6%
U.S. CENSUS 2010 (OFFICIAL): White 63.7%
Source –2010 Census
U.S. CENSUS (2015 EST.): Black or African American 13.33%
U.S. CENSUS (2015 EST.): White 62%
Source – Wikipedia
UNITED STATES POPULATION CLOCK:
What is the population of United States (as of September 27, 2017)? 326,779,637
Last UN Estimate (July 1, 2017) 326474013
Births Per Day 2,239
Deaths Per Day 1,504
— Net Increase per day (Births minus deaths) 735
Net Migrations Per Day 2,738
Net Change Per Day 3,473
Population Change Since January 1st 934,237
— Net Migrants vs U.S. Citizens increase per day — 2,738 to 735.
Source – WorldPopulationView
BLACK IMMIGRANTS; A record 3.8 million black immigrants live in the United States today, more than four times the number in 1980, according to a Pew Research Center analysis of U.S. Census Bureau data. Black immigrants now account for 8.7% of the nation’s black population, nearly triple their share in 1980.
Rapid growth in the black immigrant population is expected to continue. The Census Bureau projects that by 2060, 16.5% of U.S. blacks will be immigrants.
HISPANIC ORIGIN (2010 CENSUS RESPONSE) — 16.7% . People who identified as Hispanic often identified themselves as White or Some Other Race as well, but this is not always the case.
HISPANIC POPULATION GROWTH: The Census Bureau—in its first nationwide demographic tally from the 2010 headcount— reported the U.S. Hispanic population had surged 43%, rising to 50.5 million in 2010 from 35.3 million in 2000. Latinos now constitute 16% of the nation’s total population Hispanic population is fastest growing population in the U.S.
2015 — The U.S. will experience a birth every eight seconds and a death every 12 seconds, which is the same pace as last year (so roughly four people have been born and three have died since you started reading this blog post). We also added one new international immigrant, as they are entering the country at a net pace of one every 33 seconds, which is a bit faster than the last couple of years when they were coming one every 40 seconds. All told – between the births, deaths and immigration – the country’s population increases by one person every 16 seconds or so.
2015 — The nation’s demographics are on a clear trajectory: White people are dying faster than they are being born, which means they are on target to become a minority in the United States in 30 years.
U.S. LANGUAGE — The language most commonly spoken in the United States is English, which is the main language of 80% of American residents. Spanish is the main language of 12.3% of residents and Chinese is the main language of 2.3%. Native American languages are the main language of 0.9% of residents.
NFL (2014) — The average number of black players in the National Football League is approximately 70 percent. There are representations of almost every race in the NFL, but African-American’s make up the largest percentage…
70 Percent Of NFL Players Are Black Men. Colin Kaepernick Should Be Praised, Not Condemned
By: H. A. Goodman 09/01/2016
According to VICE, “African-American males are only six percent of the United States population, but comprise nearly 70 percent of the players in the National Football League.” The NFL’s 32 teams earned around $12 billion in 2015 with merchandise sales over $1.55 billion. As for Colin Kaepernick’s contribution to league revenue, the 49ers quarterback had the 3rd highest selling jersey in 2014 and 7th most coveted jersey in 2015. You can still get your Colin Kaepernick jersey at NFLShop.com for $99; recent controversy won’t get in the way of NFL profits.
Black men comprise 57-70 percent of college football players and 70 percent of NFL players (and the vast majority are between the ages of 15 and 34), yet college and professional football remain silent on issues like racism, police brutality and the death of unarmed black citizens.
Source – HuffPost
NBA (2014) — Black players represent an astounding 68.9% of the player population, followed by white players, who constitute 21.7% of the league. The three remaining racial categories in the league – Hispanic, Asian and Mixed – combine to equal only 9.4%…
Source – BestTickets
WHERE ARE ALL THE WHITE AMERICAN NBA PLAYERS?
The league’s white players talk about what it’s like to be the minority
By Marc J. Spears October 25, 2016
>> According to The Institute for Diversity and Ethics in Sport, the NBA was 74.3 percent black during the 2015-16 season and 81.7 percent were people of color. The study said that the NBA was 18.3 percent white last season, which was 5 percent less than the season before. The league was also a record 22.3 percent international last season.
>>That 18.3 percent of whites in the NBA from TIDES also includes non-Americans such as Europeans, Canadians and Australians of white descent. Entering the 2015-16 season, the NBA had 42 white American-born players. The NBA had its inaugural season 70 years ago with a league full of white players. As of Sunday, there were 43 white Americans on 30 NBA teams with the season starting Tuesday. Eight teams didn’t have a white American player entering last season, while seven teams don’t have one now.
Source – TheUndefeated
Migrants: United States of America in 2013
Source – PopulationPyramid
5 facts about illegal immigration in the U.S.
By Jens Manuel Krogstad, Jeffrey S. Passel And D’Vera Cohn Apr 27, 2017
- There were 11 million unauthorized immigrants in the U.S. in 2015, a small but statistically significant decline from the Center’s estimate of 11.3 million for 2009.
- Mexicans may no longer be the majority of U.S. unauthorized immigrants.They made up half of all unauthorized immigrants in 2016, according to the Center’s preliminary estimate, marking the first time in at least a decade that they did not account for a clear majority of this population.
- The U.S. civilian workforce includes 8 million unauthorized immigrants, accounting for 5% of those who were working or were unemployed and looking for work, according to separate Pew Research Center estimates. The 2014 number was unchanged from 2009 and down slightly from 8.2 million in 2007.
- Six states account for 59% of unauthorized immigrants: California, Texas, Florida, New York, New Jersey and Illinois. But individual states have experienced different trends. From 2009 to 2014, the unauthorized immigrant population decreased in seven states: Alabama, California, Georgia, Illinois, Kansas, Nevada and South Carolina. In all of them, the decline was due to a decrease in unauthorized immigrants from Mexico.
- rising share of unauthorized immigrants have lived in the U.S. for at least a decade. About two-thirds (66%) of adults in 2014 had been in the U.S. at least that long, compared with 41% in 2005. A declining share of unauthorized immigrants have lived in the U.S. for less than five years – 14% of adults in 2014, compared with 31% in 2005.
Source – PewResearch
By Jens Manuel Krogstad, Jeffrey S. Passel And D’Vera Cohn Sept 20, 2016
Overall Number of U.S. Unauthorized Immigrants Holds Steady Since 2009 — Decline in share from Mexico mostly offset by growth from Asia, Central America and sub-Saharan Africa, by Jeffrey S. Passel and D’Vera Cohn
The U.S. unauthorized immigrant population – 11.1 million in 2014 – has stabilized since the end of the Great Recession, as the number from Mexico declined but the total from other regions of the world increased, according to new Pew Research Center estimates based on government data
Source – PewHispanic
Report: 75 Percent of U.S. Population Growth Since 2000 Due to Immigration
By Caroline May October 27, 2015
Immigration contributed to 75 percent of U.S. population growth since 2000, and if current trends continue it will be responsible for adding another 100 million people to the U.S. by 2065, according to a new report.
“Immigration, counting both new admissions and births to immigrant women, was responsible for three-fourths of the growth in our population this century,” the report published this week by the immigration reduction group Negative Population Growth reads. “If current trends continue, immigration will add another 100 million people to the United States in the next 50 years.”
Source – Breitbart
Projected Future Racial and Hispanic Change
By 2055, the U.S. Will Have No Racial or Ethnic Majority GroupOver the next five decades, the majority of U.S. population growth is projected to be linked to new Asian immigration (35%) and new Hispanic immigration (25%). An additional 18% will be due to new white immigrants and their descendants, and 8% to black immigrants and their descendants.10 Only about 12% of projected growth is attributable to the population already in the country in 2015 and its descendants.
Differing growth rates of the nation’s racial and ethnic groups will reshape the U.S. demographic profile. By 2055, the United States will be a nation without a majority racial or ethnic group. The Hispanic and Asian populations will continue to grow more rapidly than whites and blacks. The white population, now 62% of the total, will decline to less than 50% sometime between 2050 and 2055.
In 2065, according to Pew Research projections, whites will make up 46% of the population and Hispanics 24%. Asians will be 14% of the total; after 2060, they are projected to surpass blacks, who will be 13% of the U.S. population.
Nearly all (97%) of the growth in the nation’s Asian population over the next five decades will be due to new immigrants, their children and grandchildren. Most growth will be due to immigration for Hispanics (57%) and blacks (61%). The white population, projected to rise by 1% from 2015 to 2065, would decline by 9% without new immigrants and their descendants.