US population future is older and more hispanic

There will be big demographic milestones for the USA in 2030 and 2035.

* In 2030, all baby boomers will be older than 65. This will expand the size of the older population so that one in every five Americans is projected to be retirement age
* by 2035, older adults will outnumber children for the first time in U.S. history.
* Beginning in 2030, immigration is projected to overtake natural increase (the excess of births over deaths) as the primary driver of population growth for the country.

The US population is projected to cross the 400-million mark in 2058.

The US population level is 328 million in 2018.

The US is adding 1.8 million people per year between 2017 and 2060.

Since 2010, the population has grown by about 2.3 million people per year and it is projected to continue growing by the same annual rate until 2030. However, that rate is expected to fall to 1.8 million per year between 2030 and 2040, and continue falling to 1.5 million per year between 2040 and 2060.

Racial Demographic change

Hispanics are increasing by about 1 million people per year.
Black and Asians are each adding about 430,000 per year.

The following projection of US state populations likely underestimates Texas population. Texas is projected to reach 30 million people in 2019.

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  1. Without a technological miracle of some sort, violence will break out. What will happen is that the Trump administration will stave-off the breakout of violence that would have commenced shortly after a Clinton victory — but this will be only about a decade of grace period. During this grace period there will be a chance to put in place laws that restrict changes in the electorate that have the Democrats have succeeded in imposing on the electorate since the 1965 Immigration and Nationality Act. To the extent these laws are successful, some additional grace period will obtain. However, the US as we know it is already doomed by the fertility of post 1965 immigrants, combined with the consistent, multi-generation pattern of voting for arrogation of Federal authority over State in matters of social policy. That means ever more of our individual social environment will be under the “Supremacy Clause” of the US Constitution — forcing everyone, as a matter of self-defense, to impose their social theory on everyone else at the Federal level. In other words, everyone must become a “supremacist” as a matter of self defense. At this point, politics, as the continuation of war by fraudulent means, will turn forceful. The first significant consequence of this will be that centralized electrical infrastructure will cease to function. Next, centralized water infrastructure will cease to function. Third, on the order of 100 million deaths will ensue — concentrated in the urban areas. As people flee into the countryside to obtain the essentials of life, they’ll be killed by a heavily armed rural population. This will change the demography of the US. Of course, if those taking their citizenship oaths to uphold the Constitution with their vote took that oath seriously, they’d vote only for candidates that promised to focus on returning social policy to the States in accord with the original intent of the 10th Amendment, and the Laboratory of the States with its con

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  2. Without a technological miracle of some sort violence will break out. What will happen is that the Trump administration will stave-off the breakout of violence that would have commenced shortly after a Clinton victory — but this will be only about a decade of grace period. During this grace period there will be a chance to put in place laws that restrict changes in the electorate that have the Democrats have succeeded in imposing on the electorate since the 1965 Immigration and Nationality Act. To the extent these laws are successful some additional grace period will obtain. However the US as we know it is already doomed by the fertility of post 1965 immigrants combined with the consistent multi-generation pattern of voting for arrogation of Federal authority over State in matters of social policy. That means ever more of our individual social environment will be under the Supremacy Clause”” of the US Constitution — forcing everyone”” as a matter of self-defense to impose their social theory on everyone else at the Federal level. In other words”” everyone must become a “”””supremacist”””” as a matter of self defense. At this point”” politics as the continuation of war by fraudulent means will turn forceful. The first significant consequence of this will be that centralized electrical infrastructure will cease to function. Next centralized water infrastructure will cease to function. Third on the order of 100 million deaths will ensue — concentrated in the urban areas. As people flee into the countryside to obtain the essentials of life they’ll be killed by a heavily armed rural population. This will change the demography of the US.Of course if those taking their citizenship oaths to uphold the Constitution with their vote took that oath seriously they’d vote only for candidates that promised to focus on returning social policy to the States in accord with the original intent of the 10th Amendment and the Laboratory of the States with its cons”

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  3. > This is a common and usually intentionally misleading way of expressing the contribution of immigration to population growth over the medium- and long-term because it neglects the contribution of the progeny of immigrants. Check out: Pew Projection for U.S. Population in 2065: A Challenge to Clinton and Trump CAPS Blog, Californians for Population Stabilization, September 19, 2016 http://www.capsweb.org/blog/pew-projection-us-population-2065-challenge-clinton-and-trump “Looking ahead, new Pew Research Center U.S. population projections show that if current demographic trends continue, future immigrants and their descendants will be an even bigger source of population growth. Between 2015 and 2065, they are projected to account for 88% of the U.S. population increase, or 103 million people, as the nation grows to 441 million.” Most urgent need is for Congress to pass an immigration reform bill like the RAISE Act (S.1720) which would cut LEGAL immigration by about 50% in accord with the recommendations of past national commissions.

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  4. This is a common and usually intentionally misleading way of expressing the contribution of immigration to population growth over the medium- and long-term because it neglects the contribution of the progeny of immigrants.Check out:Pew Projection for U.S. Population in 2065: A Challenge to Clinton and TrumpCAPS Blog Californians for Population Stabilization September 19 2016 http://www.capsweb.org/blog/pew-projection-us-population-2065-challenge-clinton-and-trumpLooking ahead” new Pew Research Center U.S. population projections show that if current demographic trends continue future immigrants and their descendants will be an even bigger source of population growth. Between 2015 and 2065 they are projected to account for 88{22800fc54956079738b58e74e4dcd846757aa319aad70fcf90c97a58f3119a12} of the U.S. population increase or 103 million people” as the nation grows to 441 million.””Most urgent need is for Congress to pass an immigration reform bill like the RAISE Act (S.1720) which would cut LEGAL immigration by about 50{22800fc54956079738b58e74e4dcd846757aa319aad70fcf90c97a58f3119a12} in accord with the recommendations of past national commissions.”””

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  5. Report from the U.S. Commission on Immigration Reform, 1995 “Enforcement of Immigration Limits: An effectively regulated immigration policy establishes limits on the number of immigrants that are consistent with the goals of the various categories under which immigrants enter. Moreover, these limits must be enforceable and enforced. We underscore our commitment to curtailing illegal immigration as embodied in our 1994 recommendations. … “Enforcement of Sponsor Responsibility: A properly regulated immigration policy will hold sponsors accountable for keeping immigrants from becoming burdens on the American taxpayer and enforce that accountability through legally binding obligations. … “Protection of U.S. Workers. A properly regulated system will also provide protection to American workers against unfair competition arising from immigrant categories that are designed to enhance U.S. economic strength. A higher level of job protection should be made available to the most vulnerable in our society. “RECOMMENDATIONS The Commission supports a tripartite immigration policy that permits the entry of nuclear family members, professional and skilled workers, and refugees and other humanitarian admissions. In addition, the Commission urges Congress to take steps to address the continued aftereffects of the 1986 Immigration Reform and Control Act [IRCA] that provided legal status to formerly illegal aliens. “The Commission proposes a core immigration admissions level of 550,000 per year, to be divided as follows: Nuclear family immigration 400,000; Skill-based immigration 100,000; Refugee resettlement 50,000. “The Commission further recommends that Congress authorize 150,000 visas annually for the admission of the spouses and minor children of legal permanent residents who have been awaiting entry until such time as this backlog is eliminated. The Commission recommends that admission levels be authorized by Congress for a specified time period (e.g., three to five years) i

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  6. Towards a Sustainable America: Advancing Prosperity Opportunity and a Healthy Environment for the 21st Century (Final Report of the President’s Council on Sustainable Development) 1999Continued population growth in the United States” particularly on the scale envisioned by the [U.S. Census Bureau’s] medium and high projections has enormous implications. Coupled with the technologies and resource consumption patterns that underlie the U.S. standard of living population growth in America produces an environmental impact unparalleled by any other country at this time. Continued population growth also has the potential to overwhelm efficiency and productivity gains negating technology-based efforts to reduce U.S. environmental impact. Population growth also challenges industry’s best efforts to provide new higher quality jobs for all Americans and to improve real wages for American workers – which have been stagnant for 22 years. It similarly adds to the nation’s needs to reduce poverty improve education” and provide health care for all Americans… [Our first recommendation is] Stabilize U.S. population as early as possible in the next century…”” Ray C. Anderson & Jonathan Lash”” Co-Chairs & 24 Council Members in Towards a Sustainable America: Advancing Prosperity Opportunity and a Healthy Environment for the 21st Century (Final Report of the President’s Council on Sustainable Development)”” 1999″””””””

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  7. Report from the U.S. Commission on Immigration Reform 1995Enforcement of Immigration Limits: An effectively regulated immigration policy establishes limits on the number of immigrants that are consistent with the goals of the various categories under which immigrants enter. Moreover”” these limits must be enforceable and enforced. We underscore our commitment to curtailing illegal immigration as embodied in our 1994 recommendations. …””Enforcement of Sponsor Responsibility: A properly regulated immigration policy will hold sponsors accountable for keeping immigrants from becoming burdens on the American taxpayer and enforce that accountability through legally binding obligations. …””””Protection of U.S. Workers. A properly regulated system will also provide protection to American workers against unfair competition arising from immigrant categories that are designed to enhance U.S. economic strength. A higher level of job protection should be made available to the most vulnerable in our society.””””RECOMMENDATIONS The Commission supports a tripartite immigration policy that permits the entry of nuclear family members”” professional and skilled workers and refugees and other humanitarian admissions. In addition”” the Commission urges Congress to take steps to address the continued aftereffects of the 1986 Immigration Reform and Control Act [IRCA] that provided legal status to formerly illegal aliens.””””The Commission proposes a core immigration admissions level of 550″”000 per year to be divided as follows: Nuclear family immigration 400000; Skill-based immigration 100000; Refugee resettlement 50″”000.””””The Commission further recommends that Congress authorize 150″”000 visas annually for the admission of the spouses and minor children of legal permanent residents who have been awaiting entry until such time as this backlog is eliminated. The Commission recommends that admission levels be authorized by Congress for a specified time period (e.g. three”

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  8. As I have always stated we need those immigrants desperately. I mean who is going to take care of all those old baby boomers?

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  9. Towards a Sustainable America: Advancing Prosperity, Opportunity, and a Healthy Environment for the 21st Century (Final Report of the President’s Council on Sustainable Development), 1999 “Continued population growth in the United States, particularly on the scale envisioned by the [U.S. Census Bureau’s] medium and high projections, has enormous implications. Coupled with the technologies and resource consumption patterns that underlie the U.S. standard of living, population growth in America produces an environmental impact unparalleled by any other country at this time. Continued population growth also has the potential to overwhelm efficiency and productivity gains, negating technology-based efforts to reduce U.S. environmental impact. Population growth also challenges industry’s best efforts to provide new, higher quality jobs for all Americans and to improve real wages for American workers – which have been stagnant for 22 years. It similarly adds to the nation’s needs to reduce poverty, improve education, and provide health care for all Americans… [Our first recommendation is] Stabilize U.S. population as early as possible in the next century…” Ray C. Anderson & Jonathan Lash, Co-Chairs, & 24 Council Members in Towards a Sustainable America: Advancing Prosperity, Opportunity, and a Healthy Environment for the 21st Century (Final Report of the President’s Council on Sustainable Development), 1999

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  10. Towards a Sustainable America: Advancing Prosperity, Opportunity, and a Healthy Environment for the 21st Century (Final Report of the President’s Council on Sustainable Development), 1999

    “Continued population growth in the United States, particularly on the scale envisioned by the [U.S. Census Bureau’s] medium and high projections, has enormous implications. Coupled with the technologies and resource consumption patterns that underlie the U.S. standard of living, population growth in America produces an environmental impact unparalleled by any other country at this time. Continued population growth also has the potential to overwhelm efficiency and productivity gains, negating technology-based efforts to reduce U.S. environmental impact. Population growth also challenges industry’s best efforts to provide new, higher quality jobs for all Americans and to improve real wages for American workers – which have been stagnant for 22 years. It similarly adds to the nation’s needs to reduce poverty, improve education, and provide health care for all Americans… [Our first recommendation is] Stabilize U.S. population as early as possible in the next century…”
    Ray C. Anderson & Jonathan Lash, Co-Chairs, & 24 Council Members in Towards a Sustainable America: Advancing Prosperity, Opportunity, and a Healthy Environment for the 21st Century (Final Report of the President’s Council on Sustainable Development), 1999

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  11. Report from the U.S. Commission on Immigration Reform, 1995

    “Enforcement of Immigration Limits: An effectively regulated immigration policy establishes limits on the number of immigrants that are consistent with the goals of the various categories under which immigrants enter. Moreover, these limits must be enforceable and enforced. We underscore our commitment to curtailing illegal immigration as embodied in our 1994 recommendations. …

    “Enforcement of Sponsor Responsibility: A properly regulated immigration policy will hold sponsors accountable for keeping immigrants from becoming burdens on the American taxpayer and enforce that accountability through legally binding obligations. …

    “Protection of U.S. Workers. A properly regulated system will also provide protection to American workers against unfair competition arising from immigrant categories that are designed to enhance U.S. economic strength. A higher level of job protection should be made available to the most vulnerable in our society.

    “RECOMMENDATIONS
    The Commission supports a tripartite immigration policy that permits the entry of nuclear family members, professional and skilled workers, and refugees and other humanitarian admissions. In addition, the Commission urges Congress to take steps to address the continued aftereffects of the 1986 Immigration Reform and Control Act [IRCA] that provided legal status to formerly illegal aliens.
    “The Commission proposes a core immigration admissions level of 550,000 per year, to be divided as follows: Nuclear family immigration 400,000; Skill-based immigration 100,000; Refugee resettlement 50,000.
    “The Commission further recommends that Congress authorize 150,000 visas annually for the admission of the spouses and minor children of legal permanent residents who have been awaiting entry until such time as this backlog is eliminated. The Commission recommends that admission levels be authorized by Congress for a specified time period (e.g., three to five years) in order to ensure regular periodic review and, if needed, change by Congress. These recommendations represent fundamental reform of U.S. immigration policy.”
    Rep. Barbara Jordan, chairman, in Legal Immigration: Setting Priorities. Report from the U.S. Commission on Immigration Reform, 1995

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  12. <<* Beginning in 2030, immigration is projected to overtake natural increase (the excess of births over deaths) as the primary driver of population growth for the country.>>

    This is a common and usually intentionally misleading way of expressing the contribution of immigration to population growth over the medium- and long-term because it neglects the contribution of the progeny of immigrants.

    Check out:

    Pew Projection for U.S. Population in 2065: A Challenge to Clinton and Trump
    CAPS Blog, Californians for Population Stabilization, September 19, 2016 http://www.capsweb.org/blog/pew-projection-us-population-2065-challenge-clinton-and-trump

    “Looking ahead, new Pew Research Center U.S. population projections show that if current demographic trends continue, future immigrants and their descendants will be an even bigger source of population growth. Between 2015 and 2065, they are projected to account for 88% of the U.S. population increase, or 103 million people, as the nation grows to 441 million.”

    Most urgent need is for Congress to pass an immigration reform bill like the RAISE Act (S.1720) which would cut LEGAL immigration by about 50% in accord with the recommendations of past national commissions.

    Reply
  13. Without a technological miracle of some sort, violence will break out. What will happen is that the Trump administration will stave-off the breakout of violence that would have commenced shortly after a Clinton victory — but this will be only about a decade of grace period. During this grace period there will be a chance to put in place laws that restrict changes in the electorate that have the Democrats have succeeded in imposing on the electorate since the 1965 Immigration and Nationality Act. To the extent these laws are successful, some additional grace period will obtain. However, the US as we know it is already doomed by the fertility of post 1965 immigrants, combined with the consistent, multi-generation pattern of voting for arrogation of Federal authority over State in matters of social policy. That means ever more of our individual social environment will be under the “Supremacy Clause” of the US Constitution — forcing everyone, as a matter of self-defense, to impose their social theory on everyone else at the Federal level. In other words, everyone must become a “supremacist” as a matter of self defense.

    At this point, politics, as the continuation of war by fraudulent means, will turn forceful. The first significant consequence of this will be that centralized electrical infrastructure will cease to function. Next, centralized water infrastructure will cease to function. Third, on the order of 100 million deaths will ensue — concentrated in the urban areas. As people flee into the countryside to obtain the essentials of life, they’ll be killed by a heavily armed rural population. This will change the demography of the US.

    Of course, if those taking their citizenship oaths to uphold the Constitution with their vote took that oath seriously, they’d vote only for candidates that promised to focus on returning social policy to the States in accord with the original intent of the 10th Amendment, and the Laboratory of the States with its consensual human experimentation with social theories by assortative migration.

    So, they’ll be bringing it on themselves by fraud.

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