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Asian population, 2000

Jessica S Barnes

Asian population, 2000

by Jessica S Barnes

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Commerce, Economics and Statistics Administration, U.S. Census Bureau in Washington, DC .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Demographic surveys -- United States -- Analysis,
  • Asian Americans -- Statistics,
  • Ethnicity -- United States -- Statistics

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Jessica S. Barnes and Claudette E. Bennett
    GenreStatistics
    SeriesCensus 2000 brief -- C 2 KBR/01-16, Census brief (Washington, D.C.) -- C 2 KBR/01-16
    ContributionsBennett, Claudette E, United States. Bureau of the Census
    The Physical Object
    Pagination10 p. :
    Number of Pages10
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15366983M

    Asians remain the fastest-growing racial group in the United States, according to new information from the Census Bureau. The nation's Asian population grew at percent between July and. Asian Americans are among the fastest growing of all major racial or ethnic groups and increased 48% between and Asian Americans are expected to comprise over 10% of the population by the year (1,2). Asian Americans are a heterogeneous population living throughout the United States, who are characterized by a wide variety of.

      From to , the number of Asian American eligible voters more than doubled, growing by %. The Hispanic electorate grew at a similar rate (%), but the black and white electorates grew far more slowly (33% and 7%). Naturalized immigrants have driven the Asian electorate’s rapid growth. According to the Census, the Asian American population grew faster than any other racial/ethnic group between and , with the population who reported Asian alone increased by 43 percent. There are approximately million Asian Americans in the United States (U.S.), representing % of the U.S. population.

      The Asian population grew million, from a population of million to a population of million. The African-American population increased somewhat less slowly, at million, despite a population that was nearly times the Asian population. The Census Bureau projects a continuation of similar trends. Between   Most of its population are foreign-born immigrants (68% Asian and 16% Hispanic). Between and , Downtown Flushing’s Chinese community doubled while its .


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Lion Asians. Using the Asian alone population inthis population increased by million, or 48 per-cent, between and If the Asian alone or in combination population is used, an increase of million, or 72 percent, results. Thus, from to 2000 book, the range for the increase in the Asian population population was 48 percent to 72 Size: KB.

Total includes Asians alone or in combination with one or more other races or other Asian groups. The Asian population alone in Source: U.S. Census Bureau, CensusCensus The Asian Population: (HI) to to U.S. percent is Percent of Population, One or More Races Including People indicating one or more races including Asian as a percent of total population by state People indicating one or more races including Asian 2000 book a percent of total population by county to to Population Pyramids: ASIA - Other indicators visualized on maps: (In English only, for now) Adolescent fertility rate (births per 1, women ages ).

Get this from a library. The Asian population, [Jessica S Barnes; Claudette E Bennett; U.S. Census Bureau.] -- "This report, part of a series that analyzes population and housing data collected from Censusprovides a portrait of the Asian population in the United States and discusses its.

The total population of Asian Americans grew by 46 percent from to according to the Census Bureau, which constituted the largest increase of any major racial group during that period.

Inthere were an estima, foreign born individuals who were born in Asia, of whom % had become naturalized citizens.

[30]. The population of Asian Americans in the city of Los Angeles in denotes an increase from the 1, of Even before this, the population was already on the rise. For example, between andthe Asian American population in the city increased by around 20%.

Here are the results from the and census of how the US population is divided. The Census Bureau also tracks changes in the population through the American Community Survey, as a way of gathering useful or important data between the ten year censuses.

Many organizations make population projections based on the survey. Washington state population by race Race Population Total 7, White 5, BlackAmerican Indian Alaska NativeAsianNative Hawaiian or other Pacific Islan Two or more racesRespondents to the federal census were allowed to check more than one race category for the first time in thus allowing the tabulation of.

The south Asian (SA) population of United States was 1, in the yearand between and this population grew in size by %. Persons with origins in India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, and Sri Lanka are classified as SA and they are now the third largest Asian subgroup in the United States, comprising 16% of all U.S.

Asians. Map: New Jersey’s Asian Population 13 Chart: Resident Population by Race, New Jersey: and 14 State and County Tables Table 1.

Total Population. New Jersey Counties:and 15 Table 2. Hispanic (or Latino) Population, New Jersey Counties:and 16 Table 3. Asian population change: to Own a piece of history. "Apo" our hardcover book about the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing, has been released.

Order for $   Between andthe Asian population (alone or in combination) increased in size by % in Nevada, % in Arizona, % in North Carolina, % in North Dakota, and % in Georgia {Figure 7}. Among the major Asian groups, the Chinese population is the largest, but the number of Asian Indians is growing the fastest.

According to data, Chinese and Indian residents make up the largest and second-largest portions of America’s Asian population, with the. The following is a partial list of United States cities and towns in which a majority (over 50%) of the population is Asian American or Asian, according to the United States Census list does not include cities in which, according to the U.S.

Census Bureau, merely a plurality (as opposed to a majority) of the residents are Asian American. This statistic shows the change in the United States' Asian population from to as a percentage of the total U.S. population. InAsian-Americans made. What do we Know about Asian Population History.

Comparisons of Asian and European Research / John C. Caldwell. Understanding the Nature and Importance of Low-growth Demographic Regimes / Chris Wilson. South-East Asian Population History and the Colonial Impact / Anthony Reid. The Population History of South Asia from the Seventeenth.

The continent of Asia covers % of the Earth's land area and has a population of around billion (as of ), accounting for about 60% of the world combined population of both China and India are estimated to be over billion people as of Asian population is projected to grow to billion byor about 54% of projected world population at that time.

This volume brings together a number of in-depth studies on Asian population history. The chapters discuss a diverse range of subjects -- comparative perspectives, fertility, disease and mortality, and marriage and family -- over a wide geographic area -- Japan, China, Taiwan, Indonesia, India.

Population projections by four international agencies for the world and major regions, Population of the world's 10 largest countries, andPercent of population aged 65 and over for the world and major regions, Difference between projected total fertility and estimate.

C.B. Murray, in Encyclopedia of Mental Health (Second Edition), Asian Americans. According to the census data, Asian Americans make up 5% of the country’s population ( million), and increasing by 46% in population size since ( million; U.S.

Census Bureau, d).In contrast to the other three groups, the contemporary image of Asian Americans is that of a highly.Therefore, data presented here may differ from previously published estimates.

Figures for, and represent revised population estimates for July 1,July 1,and July 1, - not actual Census counts from April 1,April 1,and April 1, Data Source: Population Division, U.S.

Census Bureau. Note: The household population excludes persons living in institutions, college dormitories and other group quarters. Households are classified by the race or detailed Asian group of the head.

“Full-time, year-round workers” are defined as people ages 16 and older who usually worked at least 35 hours per week and at least 48 weeks in the.