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Minorities make up less than 5 percent of the populations of Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, and West Virginia, for example. Immigration is transforming the U.

Asian and Hispanic populations. The U. Asian population was predominately Japanese, Filipino, and Chinese just two decades ago. Minorities have also become more diverse socioeconomically. The number of minorities in the highest income brackets has more than doubled since , for example, yet minorities still account for a disproportionate share of the poor.

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More minority politicians are being elected to public office, but minorities are more likely than non-Hispanic whites to serve time in prison. More minorities are earning graduate and professional degrees, yet a disproportionately large percentage never finish high school. Many businesses target their products to specific minorities because they recognize that minorities are an expanding market. Aspects of black, Hispanic, Asian, and American Indian culture—including art, food, music, and styles of dress—are being adopted throughout American society.

Americans are divided in their beliefs about the long-term effects of the growing diversity.

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Discussions on this topic sometimes become heated because the increase in the minority populations is closely linked to important policy issues relating to immigration, affirmative action, welfare, and education reform. Few Americans have a good grasp of how large the different minority groups are.

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Views are even more divided along partisan lines. References to whites, blacks and Asians include only those who are non-Hispanic and identify as only one race.

Hispanics are of any race. All references to party affiliation include those who lean toward that party: Republicans include those who identify as Republicans and independents who say they lean toward the Republican Party, and Democrats include those who identify as Democrats and independents who say they lean toward the Democratic Party. Because whites and nonwhites have different views of some questions related to racial and ethnic diversity, and nonwhites disproportionately identify with or lean to the Democratic Party, gaps between Republicans and Democrats are sometimes shown among whites in this report in order to account for differences in the racial composition of the two parties.

For more details, see the Methodology section of the report.

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Nurture Interactives Sep 14, Asian groups in the U. About Pew Research Center Pew Research Center is a nonpartisan fact tank that informs the public about the issues, attitudes and trends shaping the world. It conducts public opinion polling, demographic research, media content analysis and other empirical social science research.

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However, it can be clearly said that within a growing urban zone in many of our towns and cities, the minority is increasingly isolated from the majority population and this trend appears to be continuing. The Census contains finer grained analysis, with an output area generally containing around people. These are too small to draw meaningful conclusions. Assessment of segregation is clearly possible at the Middle level and will be more or less intense when based upon the divisions into smaller LSOAs, tending more towards ghettoisation in some cases.

Statements can be made with some authority under the heading of "is segregation increasing", if we are clear about the terms of the analysis. In terms of the position of each ethnic group in relation to each other, there is agreement that more mixed residential areas are developing. Minorities are leaving zones of concentration and entering mixed-minority 'superdiverse' areas eg, in much of Newham and, to a lesser extent, largely white areas.

In terms of the position of the majority group in relation to minorities as a whole however, the position is rather different and it is possible to assert that segregation remains, or is increasing, in the sense that:. This is a function of the decline of the White British population in those towns and cities in absolute numbers and relative to the increase in minorities in the same areas. This results in a growing isolation of the White majority from minorities in urban zones.

In terms of a policy response, this will depend upon the extent to which the above trends are seen as problematic and the willingness and ability to intervene. However, the extent and pace of change, which is particularly significant within some communities, may in itself require attention in order to help people to come to terms with the change. At the same time, the promotion of community cohesion to develop cross-cultural acceptance will be another policy avenue to pursue where segregation means that everyday interaction is limited. Segregation has also been seen as a product of an unequal society, or the result of discrimination, and this will necessarily require some form of intervention.

However, this should not imply that an even spread of communities is possible and some degree of clustering has helped to develop support mechanisms for all distinct communities. The key issue is whether mixed communities and a shared society become recognised as a desirable objective supported by a strategy and policy framework. The Casey Review was set up on this basis —it remains to be seen if it will deliver. Forrest, J. Register here.

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Projects Close Close Please type and press enter Submit. Eric Kaufmann Ted Cantle. Share this Share on Twitter. Share on Facebook. Share via email. Share link. Read more! Get our weekly email Enter your email address. Graduation day at Bradford University. Some rights reserved. Segregation is increasing in a number of very particular respects in the UK, especially the growing isolation of the White majority from minorities in urban zones The question posed in the title sounds like a fairly easy question to answer, as there are many sets of statistics which can be drawn from the Census and other data.

The overall position The two current and most authoritative sources of data — the Integration Hub and the Centre on Dynamics of Ethnicity CoDE — present a very different picture of segregation, but do nevertheless agree that two trends are evident. The Integration Hub states [4] "One of the basic indicators of ethno-cultural integration is residency: where do different ethnic groups live?