The 2010 U.S. Religion Census: Religious Congregations & Membership Study (RCMS) is a county-by-county enumeration of religious bodies in the US. A quick overview is available here.
For the first time in U.S. history, most of the nation’s babies are members of minority groups, according to new census figures that signal the dawn of an era in which whites no longer will be in the majority.
Population estimates show that 50.4 percent of children younger than 1 last year were Hispanic, black, Asian American or in other minority groups. That’s almost a full percentage point higher than the 49.5 percent of minority babies counted when the decennial census was taken in April 2010. Census Bureau demographers said the tipping point came three months later, in July.
Myth No. 1: Popular anger means the party’s power is weakening
Myth No. 2: American-style individualism is taking root
Myth No. 3: Contemporary Chinese have no beliefs
Myth No. 4: The internet will revolutionize China
Myth No. 5: The Chinese market is too much like Europe
Myth No. 6: The Chinese consumer is inscrutable
Myth No. 7: The Chinese growth model is in danger
Myth No. 8: China Inc. will kill U.S. jobs
Myth No. 9: China will be the lone world superpower
Myth No. 10: China is militarily aggressive