The final US Census Bureau figures show the fastest growing ethnic group in America are people of Asian ancestry, transforming American society.
That population grew by more than one third since 2010, the final figure being 35.5 percent!
This includes mainland Asia, the Pacific Islands, and Hawaii.
20 million people identify as Asians, and another 4 million identify as Asian mixed with another racial group. And a half percent identify as Pacific Islander or Hawaiian, or in combination with another racial group.
So 7.2 percent of the total American population now is in this category.
The most prominent Asian groups in numbers are as follows: India, China, the Philippines, Japan, Korea, Vietnam, Native Hawaiian, Guam, and Samoa.