The dead were “almost exclusively” non-hispanic, white men who were relatively young.
Fully 87% of Republicans are non-hispanic whites, a figure which has changed little since 2000.
The rapid rise is driven most by non-hispanic white women, with about one out of every 74 having an at-home birth.
Meanwhile, a cleavage is emerging in his popularity: Among non-hispanic whites, his approval has fallen to 52 percent.
A narrow majority of Democrats (55%) are non-hispanic whites, down from 64% in 2000.
This year, in contrast, will likely be the first in which non-hispanic whites will be a minority among newborns.
"pertaining to Spain" (especially ancient Spain) 1580s, from Latin Hispanicus, from Hispania "Iberian Peninsula," from Hispanus "Spaniard" (see Spaniard). Specific application to Spanish-speaking parts of the New World is 1889, American English; especially applied since c.1972 to Spanish-speaking persons of Latin American descent living in U.S.