by the Grio
While it is true that the demographics of the entire United States are shifting, the change is happening faster in some places than in others.
From 2000 to 2013, 78 counties, across 19 states, have seen their demographics switch from majority-white to having no one ethnic majority.
Although only 266 of 2,440 total counties are minority-white, they tellingly make up around one-third of the total population, as many of the counties are urban with high density populations. In fact, in 19 of the top 25 most populated counties, whites are no longer the majority.
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