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Among racial and ethnic groups, African Americans had the highest poverty rate, 27.4 percent, followed by Hispanics at 26.6 percent and whites at 9.9 percent.


Figure 18 shows the percentage of active physicians by race/ethnicity. ... U.S. Physician Workforce Data. Figure 18. ... Note that the race for 13.7% of active physicians is Unkn...


Jun 21, 2018 ... The number of non-Hispanic white people in the United States ... and 2017, the non-Hispanic white population declined about 0.02 percent, ...


Dec 13, 2018 ... The proportion of non-Hispanic white children in the U.S. has declined from 61 percent of all children in 2000 to 51 percent in 2016. In contrast, ...


Jun 29, 2020 ... ... of obesity in the United States was $147 billion in 2008 US dollars; ... This pattern was seen among non-Hispanic white and Hispanic men.


Whites had a poverty rate of 10.1%, while Asians had a poverty rate at 10.1%. Poverty by Ethnicity. The Economics of Poverty. Poverty thresholds are determined ...


U. S. Census reports on median income and poverty rates for households and families commonly ... Forty-two percent of white families and only 18 percent of.


Jul 2, 2020 ... The white unemployment rate fell 2.3 percentage points to 10.1% from 12.4%, while the rate for Blacks dropped 1.4 points to 15.4% from 16.8%, ...


Jul 15, 2019 ... Between 2018 and 2060 the share of the older population that is non-Hispanic white is projected to drop from 77 percent to 55 percent. [2].


Jun 22, 2017 ... Maine had both the nation's highest median age and the highest percentage of non-Hispanic whites, at 93.5 percent. In terms of national diversity, ...