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US U.S. population growth less than .5 % as immigration and birth rates drop

04:45  31 december  2019
04:45  31 december  2019 Source:   nbcnews.com

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Major declines in international immigration have contributed to decline growth for the U . S . population , according to a report from the Census Bureau Monday. The U . S . Census Bureau says the nation' s population grew by less than . 5 percent in 2019 as part of a steady decline since 2015.

The drop in immigration levels means that a smaller share of U . S . population growth is directly attributable to immigration , as opposed to natural Latinos currently account for more than one-fourth of all births in the United States. Yet the Latina general fertility rate ( births per 1,000 Latinas ages 15

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The nation's population grew by less than .5 percent in 2019 — part of a steady decline since 2015. Experts believe the decline stems from a lack of migrants entering the country in hand with a drop in natural increase, which is the difference between births and deaths.

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The .48 percent increase to 328.2 million marks the slowest growth rate in the U.S. since 1917 to 1918, when the nation was involved in World War I, said William Frey, a senior fellow at The Brookings Institution.

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Immigration to the United States is the international movement of non- U . S . nationals in order to reside permanently in the country. Immigration has been a major source of population growth and cultural

“With the aging of the population, as the Baby Boomers move into their 70s and 80s, there are going to be higher numbers of deaths,” Frey said. “That means proportionately fewer women of child bearing age, so even if they have children, it’s still going to be less.”

Natural population increase only accounted for 957,000 people between 2018 and 2019, which is the first time the marker fell short of 1 million in four decades, according to the Census Bureau.

Immigration has been at a steady decline since 2016, when 1 million migrants were added to the U.S. population. In 2019, immigration only accounted for 595,000 of the 328.2 million populace rise.

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Census experts noted that national patterns do not necessarily hold true for all regions.

The South, which holds 40 percent the country's population, held the largest regional growth with 1 million people, prompted by both natural increase and domestic migration. Meanwhile, the Northeast experienced a 64,000 resident drop.

Monday's population estimates also offer a preview of which states may gain or lose congressional seats from next year's apportionment process using figures from the 2020 Census. The process divvies up the 435 U.S. House seats among the 50 states based on population.

Several forecasts predict California, the nation's most populous state with 39.5 million residents, losing a seat for the first time. Texas, the nation's second most-populous state with 28.9 million residents, is expected to gain as many as three seats, the most of any state.

According to Frey's projections on Monday, Florida stands to gain two seats, while Arizona, Colorado, Montana, North Carolina and Oregon each stand to gain a seat.

Besides, California, other states that will likely lose a seat are Alabama, Illinois, Michigan, Minnesota, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island and West Virginia.

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