Public School Demographics By State: The Great Replacement In Action?
11/25/2019
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The map below depicts demographic majorities of 4th grade public school students by state:

Most states remain majority-white, but the four most populous states do not. Consequently, the nationwide elementary public school population is now majority-minority. Assuming current demographic trends continue, the country will likewise have become majority-minority by the time these students reach middle-aged adulthood.

The following table lists states by the percentage of the 4th grade public school student population that is non-Hispanic white:

State %white
1) Vermont 90
2) West Virginia 89
3) Maine 88
4) New Hampshire 85
5) Montana 79
6) Wyoming 78
7) North Dakota 77
8) Idaho 75
8) Kentucky 75
10) Iowa 74
10) Utah 74
12) South Dakota 73
13) Ohio 69
14) Missouri 68
15) Wisconsin 67
16) Indiana 65
16) Michigan 65
16) Nebraska 65
19) Kansas 63
19) Minnesota 63
19) Pennsylvania 63
22) Oregon 62
23) Tennessee 61
24) Arkansas 60
25) Massachusetts 57
26) Rhode Island 56
27) Alabama 53
27) Colorado 53
29) Connecticut 52
30) Washington 50
31) South Carolina 49
31) Virginia 49
33) Illinois 46
33) North Carolina 46
33) Oklahoma 46
36) Alaska 45
37) Louisiana 44
37) Mississippi 44
39) New York 43
40) Delaware 42
40) New Jersey 42
42) Arizona 41
43) Florida 39
44) Georgia 36
45) Maryland 33
46) Nevada 31
47) Texas 27
48) New Mexico 24
49) California 21
50) Hawaii 13
50) Washington DC 13

Though the Great Replacement is a conspiracy theory only those wishing to be hurled into the void dare discuss, it is hard not to notice that in all of the once reliably red states now in the process of becoming blue–Texas, Georgia, Florida, Arizona, North Carolina–the next generation is majority non-white. It’s almost as though Democrats cannot lose in states where most of the population is not white.

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