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In Texas, 7 in 10 kids under age 1 are minorities

Sunday, May 27, 2012 4:25
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(Hispanic Business) For the first time, as of 2011, more than half of the children under age 1 in the U.S. were minorities, the newest benchmark illustrating the widening age gap between mostly white, older Americans and fast-growing, younger minority populations, particularly Hispanics.

Minorities under age 1 eclipsed 50 percent (50.4 percent), from a 49.5 percent level recorded by the 2010 census.

“The growth in minority populations is a national phenomenon,” said Steve Murdock, director of the Hobby Center for the Study of Texas at Rice University. “That is different from a couple of decades ago, when we would have seen much more of it in Texas and California and in states with significant Hispanic populations.”

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