In 2018, a majority of Americans are white, according to a Gallup poll.
That number was up from the 50 percent white in 2012, the most recent year for which we have data.
In 2016, about one-third of Americans were white, but it was down from 40 percent in 2004.
There are several factors at play, such as how we define white.
For example, Pew Research Center, which tracks Americans’ views on race, class and ethnicity, defines white as those born into or in a household with at least one white person.
The Pew survey did not include black Americans.
There is also the definition of white, which includes white-American men and women and white people who identify as white.
While the majority of American whites identify as non-Hispanic white, there are some whites who do not.
These people are white.
When Pew asked about the percentage of white people with at most two degrees or more in education or employment, the majority said at least some of their white ancestry came from countries other than the U.S., which is about 22 percent.
But that includes a minority of people who said they were white-Americans born in the U., such as those from the U-K, the U of S, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic.
Pew Research also found that the median age for white Americans with a bachelor’s degree or higher was 35.4 years, compared with 30.7 years for non-white Americans.
In 2018-19, about two-thirds of white Americans had a college degree, compared to 64 percent of non-whites.
The number of people with bachelor’s degrees has increased dramatically in recent years, while the number of students enrolled in college has decreased.
The percentage of people in the labor force has also increased.
More than half of white adults between the ages of 25 and 54 were in the workforce in 2018, compared as recently as last year.
And the percentage with a high school diploma or less dropped from 47.5 percent to 38 percent over the same time period.
The survey also showed that the percentage who have been divorced rose from 26.3 percent to 30.1 percent in the last two decades.
The majority of white millennials were married in 2018.
While they had been living with their parents since high school, a quarter of them had never married.
By contrast, the number who had never been married rose from 17.4 percent to 21.8 percent over that same time.
Pew also found the number that said they would like to marry someone who is a white person to be rising.
In 2019, the median price of a home in the metropolitan area was $1.6 million.
The median household income in the metro area was about $50,000.
The national median home price in 2019 was $229,000, compared the median income in 2019, $157,000 and $127,000 in the cities and towns, respectively.
The cost of living for the metropolitan areas has been growing faster than the national average, and the median home value is up by $1,600 over the past three years.
The Brookings Institution and Brookings Institute, which also conduct research on race and inequality, found that black Americans had lower household incomes and incomes that were lower than their white counterparts in 2019.
This is partly due to the fact that white Americans are less likely to have college degrees.
But there are also a number of other factors that are affecting white Americans’ finances.
The 2016 U.N. report “The Price of Inequality,” published in 2018 by the Institute for Economics and Peace, found the gap between what white Americans earn and what black Americans earn is growing.
The report noted that black adults who earn more than $100,000 a year earned nearly 13 percent less than white adults who earned $70,000 or less a year.
White people who earn less than $70 a year had a median net worth of $1 million, compared.
black adults had a net worth ranging from $1 to $5 million.
In 2017, the Census Bureau reported that the black-white income gap was larger than the difference between black and white households, a gap that had widened over the last decade.
The gap in earnings has been widening since 2000, the report said.
That means that the gap in net worth has grown at a faster rate than the median net-worth of black adults, a trend that has been attributed to the economy.
In 2020, the gap was smaller, but in 2021 it was larger.
The Census Bureau report also found a widening gap in income between white and black adults.
For every $1 earned by a white adult, an equal amount was earned by black adults of the same age.
The earnings gap between white adults and black people has also grown since 2000.
The U.K. has had the highest gap in incomes, with a median of $83,000 for a