New research suggests that America’s more diverse regions are a more enduring, resilient and successful place to live than they have been in decades.
The study, which is based on data from census tracts and other sources, was conducted by economists at George Mason University.
The study found that the U.S. has seen more population diversity than any other region, with the number of Americans of African descent rising to 8.3 percent, while the number in the Midwest rose to 2.5 percent.
That is roughly in line with the overall population growth rate, the researchers wrote in the report, which was published Wednesday in the American Economic Review.
The region is the fastest-growing among the nation’s 10 most populous regions, with an increase of 4.6 percent from 2010 to 2020.
The findings may be surprising to many, as the U to have seen the highest growth of any region during the 20th century, but they are nonetheless good news for the U as a whole.
“I think there’s a lot of optimism,” said Adam Rauch, a senior fellow at the Brookings Institution who led the study.
“The way we think about America is that we are a diverse nation.
We are a melting pot.”
The new report notes that there are also more Americans of Asian descent in the United States than there were a decade ago, but that the numbers of Asians have grown less than their African American counterparts.
It also noted that Asian-Americans are more likely to live in the South and West than their white counterparts.
The new study suggests that as a nation, Americans of color have been more successful at integrating themselves into the fabric of the U, which has contributed to the greater economic growth in the country.
“We can’t afford to go backward.
We need to make it happen again,” said Michael Tesler, an associate professor at George Washington University and one of the authors of the study, in a phone interview with NBC News.
The researchers said that racial and ethnic diversity is likely to continue to increase as a result of the changing demographics of America.
“There are going to be areas of the country that have been historically more homogeneous, where people from different backgrounds are still part of the fabric,” said Tesler.
“But that is changing, and that is going to continue.
The data is telling us that we’re on a trajectory toward a more diverse country.”
The findings suggest that the diversity of the American population is becoming more pronounced as the country ages.
The population of the United Kingdom is expected to be around 60 percent white by 2060, and only 4 percent African American by then, according to the Brookings report.
The report also found that there is a significant increase in the number and diversity of people living in the US. between ages 15 and 44, with those ages between 45 and 54 growing by nearly 7 percent between 2010 and 2020.
And the population of children younger than 5 grew by about 6 percent between 2011 and 2020, the study found.
The U.K. is expected be home to the highest percentage of African Americans in the world by 2030, while France is the only other country to be able to claim that distinction.
The growth of diversity in America has also been evident in the political landscape.
The percentage of people who are Republicans or lean Republican has dropped by more than 5 percentage points over the last 20 years, according the Brookings study.
And, while Republicans still have a majority of the population, Democrats are on track to have a higher percentage of the voting-eligible population than they did in 2010.
The authors of that report said that the demographics of the two groups are similar.
“It’s really not the demographics that are the differentiator,” said Rau and Tesler in an interview.
“What’s different is how the politics are playing out.”