(Except for Latinos or Hispanics, data for all racial groups pertain to non-Latino or Hispanic members of those groups.)
The new data shows that, by 2019, the white population share declined nearly nine more percentage points, to 60.1%.
Between 2016 and 2019, the white population declined from 197,845,666 to 197,309,822, in yearly amounts of -97,507, -212,957 and -225,380.
Even this relatively small white population decline represents a significant demographic marker.
Second, the Census Bureau was not projecting white population losses to occur until after 2024.