The US Hispanic population soared in the past decade, comprising more than half of US population growth in that time, new 2010 census figures show.
The Hispanic population grew by 43% to 50.5m, or 16% of the total, while the non-Hispanic population grew 5%.
The non-Hispanic white population grew only 1%, shrinking as a portion of the total to 64%, down from 69% in 2000.
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Via Dennis Richards