The United States recorded the lowest population growth rate of the century. According to the US Census Bureau, the population growth rate for 2010-2020 was only 7.4%. During 2000-2010, the population growth rate was slightly higher at 9.7%. Only a slight increase in US population growth during the Great Depression was reported during this period. Statistics show that the United States has been steadily declining in population since the 1950s.
The new census report is based on a decade-long analysis of population size, growth, population age and ethnic composition. In the two decades since 2000, the United States has been experiencing a sharp decline in population. The sharp decline in the number of immigrants in the United States with the introduction of new immigration control laws has been cited as the main reason for the sharp decline in population growth over the past 20 years.
While the population of young people between the ages of 25 and 34 is increasing, the generation below that is recording a zero rate of population growth. The population of people born between 1946 and 1964 saw an increase in all areas. According to the Census Bureau for the period 2010-2020, the population growth rate under the age of 18 is zero. With a detailed record of the number of immigrants from within and outside the country, the youth population is rapidly being reported. Thirty-one states, including the Northeast, Midwest, and other states, are reporting a sharp decline in the youth population. Meanwhile, Washington, D.C. and 19 states are experiencing an increase in the youth population. Immigrants from outside the country and from other states are blamed for the increase. The country has a large proportion of the elderly and young working population. It is estimated that the proportion of young people in the employment sector may increase in the future in states where the youth population is rising.
There are a number of reasons for the unprecedented decline in population growth. The increase in the ageing population is attributed to the largest decline in the white population’s history, racial discrimination among young people in 21st century America, and low immigration rates. The Kovid epidemic also wiped out a good percentage of the population, citing low population growth. Other causes include lower birth rates, higher mortality rates, and lower immigration rates. Immigrants are a major factor in determining the American population. The only possible way to increase the population is to raise the immigration rate. The lowest birth rate recorded in the last decade. The increase in the elderly population is also said to have contributed to the high mortality rate.
9.3% of Americans have been displaced by the Covid epidemic. This is the first time since the Census Bureau began recording the number of immigrants in 1947 that such a large immigration rate has been reported. The sharp decline in immigration rates after 1940-60 is noteworthy. According to reports, one-fifth of Americans move home each year during this period of economic upheaval. Reports indicate that in the late 1990s, 15-16% of Americans moved out each year. In 2000, it dropped to 13-14 per cent. At the end of 2000, the rate of immigration declined again to 11-12 per cent. The sharpest decline in immigration rates since 2012 has finally reached 9.3%.