The 1910 United States Census revealed a resident population of just over 92 million people. The vast majority of the population (about 88%) were of European ancestry and 90% of the African-American population still lived in the South. Hispanics numbered just over a half-million. Since then, the United States has grown to 313 million people and the country has seen a dramatic change in its demographics.
How will the ongoing shift in demographics affect politics in the future? Watch “The Next America: Demography & the National Agenda” presented by the National Journal for an inside look on how Americans view the current change within the country.