Racial Dramatic increases are evident in rural

By April 15, 2019 Education

Racial and ethnic diversity is no longer confined to big cities and the east and west coasts of the United States. the populations of communities throughout the nation are being transformed. The share of racial and ethnic minorities is increasing rapidly and irreversibly. These changes will have major impacts on the economy, social cohesion, education and other important parts of American life.
Diversity has increased in 98 percent of all metropolitan areas, and 97 percent of smaller cities in the U.S. since 1980. The trend is not limited to urban America. Dramatic increases are evident in rural places as well. Nine out of 10 rural places experienced increases in diversity between 1990 and 2018, and these changes occurred in every region of the country. Of course, some communities have changed more than others. Despite these differences, a common trend is for a place’s racial-ethnic composition to change from white dominance to a multigroup mix, with some combination of whites, blacks, Latinos and Asians.
Ethnic diversity impacting the outcome had already been factored in, and then in many cases decisions made because try could assume based on demographics and past behavior how people would vote. Money was then channeled into areas that were more competitive, in the sense that the outcome was not predictable. These places have a greater overall impact because of their uncertainty. And yeah, it isn’t always about race, gender and ethnicity.


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