The World Melting Pot

The United States of America is now officially The World's Melting Pot because of its continually increasing massive diversity

The term melting pot originated in 1908. At first, it was used as a metaphor to define the union of several cultures, ethnicities, and nationalities. Now it is official, according to The US Census Bureau.

According to new data, the Asian American population was among the nonwhite populations that grew over the last decade.

The outlines of America’s increasingly diverse population and the data that will be the foundation of the fight for political power in the nation’s capital were provided by the report.

Census shows the USA more diverse than ever, but many people of color likely went uncounted because of COVID, and the previous administration, experts say

The USA saw a decline in the number of whites for the first time in its history.

This nation has been growing more diverse for decades since ethnic immigration quotas were dropped in the 1960s, but the 2020 population count is the first since the census began in which the number of white people shrank. White people still make up nearly 58% of the population, the largest racial or ethnic group in the country, but their share has dropped 8.6 percent since 2010.