US Census figures now indicate that more than half of the nation’s children are expected to be a part of a minority race or ethnic group by 2020.
The total U.S. population is projected to increase by 98.1 million between 2014 and 2060, from an estimated 319 million to 417 million respectively. By 2030, all baby boomers will have reached age 65 or older.
The percentage rate of foreign borns is expected to increase every decade, its rate of growth is projected to outpace that of the natives. By the year 2044, the U.S. population as a whole is expected to become majority-minority.
By 2060, the nation’s foreign-born will reach nearly one in five of the entire population, from 13 percent in 2014 to 19 percent.
Also by the year 2060, an estimated 36 percent of children (people under age 18) will be "single-race non-Hispanic White," compared with 52 percent today.