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    Default Why did NYC demographics change so rapidly in 60 years?

    Year Population White %
    W
    Non-Hispanic Whites %
    ANG
    Black %
    B
    Asian %
    A
    Other or
    Mixed
    %
    O/M
    Hispanic/
    Latino
    %
    H/L
    Foreign
    born
    %
    FB
    1900 3,437,202 3,369,898 98.04 N/A N/A 60,666 1.76 6,607 0.19 31 0 N/A N/A 1,270,080 36.95
    1910 4,766,883 4,669,162 97.95 N/A N/A 91,709 1.92 5,669 0.12 343 0.01 N/A N/A 1,944,357 40.79
    1920 5,620,048 5,459,463 97.14 N/A N/A 152,467 2.71 7,969 0.14 149 0 N/A N/A 2,028,160 36.09
    1930 6,930,446 6,589,377 95.08 N/A N/A 327,706 4.73 12,972 0.19 391 0.01 N/A N/A 2,358,686 34.03
    1940 7,454,995 6,977,501 93.59 6,856,586 91.97 458,444 6.15 17,986 0.24 1,064 0.01 120,915 1.62 2,138,657 28.69
    1950 7,891,957 7,116,441 90.17 N/A N/A 747,608 9.47 21,441 0.27 6,467 0.08 N/A N/A 1,784,206 22.61
    1960 7,781,984 6,640,662 85.33 N/A N/A 1,087,931 13.98 43,103 0.55 10,288 0.13 N/A N/A 1,558,690 20.03
    1970 7,894,862 6,048,841 76.62 4,969,749 62.95 1,668,115 21.13 94,499 1.20 83,407 1.06 1,278,630 16.20 1,437,058 18.20
    1980 7,071,639 4,294,075 60.72 3,668,945 51.88 1,784,337 25.23 231,501 3.27 761,762 10.77 1,406,024 19.88 1,670,199 23.62
    1990 7,322,564 3,827,088 52.26 3,163,125 43.20 2,102,512 28.71 512,719 7.00 880,245 12.02 1,783,511 24.36 2,082,931 28.45
    2000 8,008,278 3,576,385 44.66 2,801,267 34.98 2,129,762 26.59 792,477 9.90 1,509,654 18.85 2,160,554 26.98 2,871,032 35.85
    2010 8,175,133 3,597,341 44.00 2,722,904


    33.31 2,088,510 25.55 1,043,535 12.77 1,445,747 17.68 2,336,076 28.58
    Bronx
    Year Population White %
    W
    Non-Hispanic Whites %
    ANG
    Black %
    B
    Asian %
    A
    Other or
    Mixed
    %
    O/M
    Hispanic/
    Latino
    %
    H/L
    Foreign
    born
    %
    FB
    1900 200,507 197,923 98.71 N/A N/A 2,370 1.18 208 0.10 6 0 N/A N/A 61,258 30.55
    1910 430,980 426,650 99.00 N/A N/A 4,117 0.96 189 0.04 24 0.01 N/A N/A 149,427 34.67
    1920 732,016 726,990 99.31 N/A N/A 4,803 0.66 215 0.03 8 0 N/A N/A 267,742 36.58
    1930 1,265,258 1,251,823 98.94 N/A N/A 12,930 1.02 476 0.04 29 0 N/A N/A 479,451 37.89
    1940 1,394,711 1,370,319 98.25 N/A N/A 23,529 1.69 801 0.06 62 0 N/A N/A 463,453 33.23
    1950 1,451,277 1,351,662 93.14 N/A N/A 97,752 6.74 1,249 0.09 614 0.04 N/A N/A 373,894 25.76
    1960 1,424,815 1,256,284 88.17 N/A N/A 163,896 11.50 3,544 0.25 1,091 0.08 N/A N/A 306,592 21.52
    1970 1,471,701 1,080,859 73.44 N/A N/A 357,681 24.30 7,792 0.53 25,369 1.72 N/A N/A 229,210 15.57
    1980 1,168,972 554,046 47.40 396,836 33.95 371,926 31.82 15,163 1.30 227,837 19.49 396,353 33.91 215,313 18.42
    1990 1,203,789 430,077 35.73 272,503 22.64 449,399 37.33 35,562 2.95 288,751 23.99 523,111 43.46 274,793 22.83
    2000 1,332,650 398,003 29.87 193,651 14.53 475,007 35.64 41,503 3.11 418,137 31.38 644,705 48.38 385,827 28.95
    2010 1,385,108 386,497 27.90 151,209 10.92 505,200 36.47 50,897 3.68 442,514 31.95 741,413 53.53
    Brooklyn

    1900 1,166,582 1,146,909 98.31 N/A N/A 18,367 1.57 1,300 0.11 6 0 N/A N/A 355,697 30.49
    1910 1,634,351 1,610,487 98.54 N/A N/A 22,708 1.39 1,010 0.06 146 0.01 N/A N/A 574,730 35.17
    1920 2,018,356 1,984,953 98.35 N/A N/A 31,912 1.58 1,459 0.07 32 0 N/A N/A 666,188 33.01
    1930 2,560,401 2,488,815 97.20 N/A N/A 68,921 2.69 2,539 0.10 126 0 N/A N/A 881,571 34.43
    1940 2,698,285 2,587,951 95.91 N/A N/A 107,263 3.98 2,608 0.10 463 0.02 N/A N/A 778,054 28.84
    1950 2,738,175 2,525,118 92.22 N/A N/A 208,478 7.61 2,514 0.09 2,065 0.08 N/A N/A 630,526 23.03
    1960 2,627,319 2,245,859 85.48 N/A N/A 371,405 14.14 6,540 0.25 3,515 0.13 N/A N/A 516,349 19.65
    1970 2,602,012 1,905,788 73.24 N/A N/A 656,194 25.22 16,138 0.62 23,892 0.92 N/A N/A 456,636 17.55
    1980 2,230,936 1,249,486 56.01 1,085,233 48.64 722,812 32.40 42,965 1.93 215,673 9.67 392,118 17.58 530,973 23.80
    1990 2,300,664 1,078,549 46.88 923,229 40.13 872,305 37.92 111,251 4.84 238,559 10.37 462,411 20.10 672,569 29.23
    2000 2,465,326 1,015,728 41.20 854,532 34.66 898,350 36.44 187,283 7.60 363,965 14.76 487,878 19.79 931,769 37.79
    2010 2,504,700 1,072,041 42.80 893,306 35.67 860,083 34.34 263,519 10.52 309,057 12.34 496,285 19.81
    Queens
    1900 152,999 150,235 98.19 N/A N/A 2,611 1.71 152 0.10 1 0 N/A N/A 44,812 29.29
    1910 284,041 280,691 98.82 N/A N/A 3,198 1.13 149 0.05 3 0 N/A N/A 79,329 27.93
    1920 469,042 463,661 98.85 N/A N/A 5,120 1.09 214 0.05 47 0.01 N/A N/A 112,171 23.91
    1930 1,079,129 1,059,804 98.21 N/A N/A 18,609 1.72 679 0.06 37 0 N/A N/A 268,358 24.87
    1940 1,297,634 1,270,731 97.93 N/A N/A 25,890 2.00 947 0.07 66 0.01 N/A N/A 278,937 21.50
    1950 1,550,849 1,497,126 96.54 N/A N/A 51,524 3.32 1,444 0.09 755 0.05 N/A N/A 288,197 18.58
    1960 1,809,578 1,654,959 91.46 N/A N/A 145,855 8.06 7,084 0.39 1,680 0.09 N/A N/A 335,623 18.55
    1970 1,986,473 1,695,288 85.34 N/A N/A 258,006 12.99 21,940 1.10 11,239 0.57 N/A N/A 416,887 20.99
    1980 1,891,325 1,335,805 70.63 1,172,511 61.99 354,129 18.72 93,780 4.96 107,611 5.69 262,422 13.88 540,818 28.59
    1990 1,951,598 1,129,192 57.86 937,557 48.04 423,211 21.69 238,336 12.21 160,859 8.24 381,120 19.53 707,153 36.23
    2000 2,229,379 982,725 44.08 732,895 32.87 446,189 20.01 392,831 17.62 407,634 18.28 556,605 24.97 1,028,339 46.13
    2010 2,230,722 1,060,000 45.72 716,727 27.65 426,683 19.13 513,317 23.01 404,669 18.14 613,750 27.51
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    An old historic house in Staten Island.


    Year Population White %
    W
    Non-Hispanic Whites %
    ANG
    Black %
    B
    Asian %
    A
    Other or
    Mixed
    %
    O/M
    Hispanic/
    Latino
    %
    H/L
    Foreign
    born
    %
    FB
    1900 67,021 65,863 98.27 N/A N/A 1,072 1.60 86 0.13 0 0 N/A N/A 18,687 27.88
    1910 85,969 84,756 98.59 N/A N/A 1,152 1.34 61 0.07 0 0 N/A N/A 24,394 28.38
    1920 116,531 114,953 98.65 N/A N/A 1,499 1.29 78 0.07 1 0 N/A N/A 31,795 27.28
    1930 158,346 155,606 98.27 N/A N/A 2,576 1.63 154 0.10 10 0.01 N/A N/A 39,799 25.13
    1940 174,441 170,875 97.96 N/A N/A 3,397 1.95 163 0.09 6 0 N/A N/A 35,318 20.25
    1950 191,555 185,936 97.07 N/A N/A 5,372 2.80 153 0.08 94 0.05 N/A N/A 30,487 15.92
    1960 221,991 211,738 95.38 N/A N/A 9,674 4.36 448 0.20 131 0.06 N/A N/A 25,428 11.45
    1970 295,443 277,604 93.96 N/A N/A 15,792 5.35 1,297 0.44 750 0.25 N/A N/A 26,695 9.04
    1980 352,121 313,534 89.04 300,511 85.34 25,616 7.27 6,709 1.91 6,262 1.78 18,884 5.36 34,514 9.80
    1990 378,977 322,043 84.98 303,081 79.97 30,630 8.08 16,941 4.47 9,363 2.47 30,239 7.98 44,550 11.76
    2000 443,728 344,319 77.60 316,316 71.29 42,914 9.67 25,253 5.69 31,242 7.04 53,550 12.07 72,657 16.37
    2010 468,730 341,677 72.89 300,169 64.04 49,857 10.64 35,377 7.55 41,819 8.92 81,051 17.29
    Why are non white immigrants allowed to invade once white neighborhoods?

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    Mostly the Asians, Why are they allowed to come as they please and take white neighborhoods and turn them into they're own. Little Italy and Flushing just a few examples.

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    Invade?

    Oh brother.

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    'nuff said.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Valley View Post
    Mostly the Asians, Why are they allowed to come as they please and take white neighborhoods and turn them into they're own. Little Italy and Flushing just a few examples.
    Buddy, you need to go back to Ireland or Italy. You invaded a Native American neighborhood!

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    Can Mike please be banned?

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    No need; just a troll. I doubt he'll be back, but I'd like to hear his response.

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    I'd also like to understand what specific demographic change he is alluding to in that specific 60 year period (I assume he meant from 1950 to 2010?)

    Some are afraid of change, but NYC is not the place to be if you don't like change. This is the melting pot of the world, I think it's great - especially in Queens. There's lots of really good and interesting people here. Makes us better by far, not worse

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    He posted from the most unlike-NYC place in the US you could imagine.

    Laguna Niguel.

    The connection is corporate, maybe T1, so he either works or lives there, or both. Seems to have a problem with Asians. The mayor's name is Robert Ming, but he doesn't look like the ethnic Asian this guy is complaining about.

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    Default Ugh.

    Orange County - *gag*

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    Lives in Laguna Niguel and complains about whites being driven out. Tea *cough* Bagger.

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    Maybe those pesky Asians are moving into his gated community.

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    I grew up in Flushing. I left in 1975 Not many Asians. I came back in 2007 and was majority Asian. Wasn't expecting to see a China Town. When I left whites were Majority. I here they're doing this all around the city. Taking once white neighborhoods and making them their own. When I visited I went to Littly Italy, I knew itwas a tourist trap but was surpised how little of it is actually left. If your white you don't care that they're taking the city and making it own? NYC. I miss the good old days where you would look down the street and see a sea of white faces. A place where everyone in the neighborhood knew each other. The best of times and the worst of times.

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    I could move back and I could afford to. But why would I? It's lost it's flavor. Asians are doing to the City what Hispanics are doing to California. Our nation is losing it's white identity.

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    Most likely the doing of Democrats. Always trying to push the idea of multiculturism onto us. Doubt anyone posting on this forum is white. Most likely only Asians,Hispanics, and knee-grows.

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