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It seems my comment got mangled there near the end. I meant to say "a decreasing proportion of Caucasians (aka white non-Hispanics)".


Ok I'll retry, feel free to delete the previous.

Seems to me the focus is not, as you may have assumed, the increasing proportion of Hispanics, but instead the decreasing proportion of Caucasians (aka non-Hispanic Whites).


Yet my label is again confusing as there surely are some Hispanics who may see themselves as Caucasians. Thus Non-Hispanic Whites and Others best characterizes the intended split.

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