Thursday, March 22, 2018

U.S. Population Projected to Exceed 400M by 2060 Due to Immigration

Damian Dovarganes/AP
The United States population is set to surpass 400 million by the year 2060 – mostly because of immigration, the U.S. Census Bureau estimates.
A new report by the Census Bureau projects that by 2058, the U.S. population will reach 400 million people, and by 2060, the population will level out at 404 million people.
Currently, the U.S. population stands at its largest ever, with 326 million people living in the U.S. In the next 40 years, there will be 78 million people added to the U.S. population, with the majority deriving from illegal and legal immigration, whereby more than 1.5 million foreign nationals are added to the country every year.
NumbersUSA President Roy Beck says the projected massive increase to the U.S. population in the next 40 years will bring about an era in which Americans see their quality of life deteriorate.
“Population increases are not natural,” Beck told Breitbart News. “It’s driven by immigration and their descendants. Unlike a country like Australia, we don’t have a debate about that. We don’t have that debate.”
“We ought to have that debate: Should Congress drive us to 400 million people?” Beck asked.
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Thank you for sharing this news.

Anonymous said...

Breitfart doesn't know squat.

This is GOOD NEWS for America. Most especially anyone who plans to retire in the next 20 years.