demographics

Bad news: Colorado in top 10 for population growth over the last decade

Center Square
Monday, December 30, 2019
Colorado News
Colorado's population increased by 14.5 percent over the past decade, one of the highest percentage increases in the U.S.
 

Pew Research Center Confirms the Great Replacement Is Happening: K-12 Public School Enrollment in USA Was 65% White in 1995; in 2018, Down to 48% White

VDare
Sunday, December 29, 2019
Our American Future

From 65 percent white in 1995 to 48 percent white in 2018. This is the percentage of whites (and the dramatic drop in percentage of whites) for K-12 public schools from 1995 to 2018....

Demographics and the American Prospect

American Greatness
Thursday, December 26, 2019
Our American Future

... Democrats systematically have taken control of every large city in Texas over the last decade. Worse, the suburbs that supplied Republicans with large margin wins not long ago are slowly but surely turning blue...

Can Colorado Springs survive explosive population growth?

Over the next 15 years, Colorado Springs is expected to overtake Denver as the state’s largest city
The Gazette
Tuesday, December 17, 2019
Colorado News

The Fertility Conundrum

Elites ignore Africa's overpopulation problem

Population pressure is a fundamental driving factor behind mass immigration. Excess population from high fertility overpopulated countries migrate to developed countries with low fertility rates. For example, African and Mideast migration into Europe.

America's Exploding Population Predicament

Daily Camera
Tuesday, December 10, 2019
Our American Future

Yes, millions of refugees worldwide desperately want to immigrate to Europe, Canada and America. Yes, they face horrific challenges in their countries. And yes, our hearts break at the wrongs in the world.

China, fearing India, abandons population stabilization

Back in 1995, Lester R. Brown called attention to China's overpopulation crisis in the prescient book Who Will Feed China?: Wake-Up Call for a Small Planet.1 From the book's description:

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