Local Population Changes and Nation’s Racial and Ethnic Diversity


The distribution of political power is showing an upward tick in the urban areas

The urban allocation between Democrat and Republican would depend o n the ethnicity and political predisposition of the newly arrived urban dwellers.

The prevailing sentiment would distribute the split between Republican and Democrat as white would be presumed to be Republican and the non-white as Democrat

If the presumption holds, then the Democrats would gain power by virtue of the new arrivals joining the already settled urban residents.

The present composition of the federal elected officials would show an almost equal division.

The state legislatures would be Republican were the state’s with a higher percentage of registered Republicans would dominate The reverse is true where the Democrats hold the balance of power

The 2020 Census with its numbers showing a rise in city influx will give those working to ensure their party is predominate with a tough job trying to draw boundaries lines

The pay gap exist


Black women receive less than white men or women for the same quantity of work

Had the racial equality movement not demanded diversity, white women would not have achieved the status they currently enjoy

Since the call for inclusion emanates from the Civil Rights component of the Black Community it garners the greatest amount of attention

The attention for inclusion comes from the two primary sources, the push for entrepreneurship doesn’t receive the coverage that it deserves

Perhaps the political posture contributes to the imbalance of attention; more attention to the lessor recognized sector calling for economic development needs an infusion of conservative politics.