December 18, 2014
How is it even possible that this is happening and yet we are not allowed to discuss the fact that it is happening in any real terms?
The US Census Bureau examined millennials—73 million young adults,18-34 — in their “Young Adults: Then and Now” report, and released a new interactive mapping tool, Census Explorer, charting millennial statistics by city, county, and state. Data is based on the most recent American Community Survey.
Nationally, 23.4 percent of Americans are between the ages of 18 and 34, and of those, 42.8 percent are minorities (defined as anything other than non-Hispanic White) which is almost double the 21.6 percent it was in 1980. In addition, 15.4 percent are foreign born and 24.6 percent speak a language other than English at home, both more than twice what they were in 1980.
This trend is even more pronounced in certain areas. In Los Angeles County, for example, 76.4 percent of millennials are minorities, 31.6 percent are foreign born, and 59.7 percent speak a language other than English at home. In New York City, 58.1 percent of millennials are minorities, 30.6 percent are foreign born, and 42.9 percent speak a language other than English at home.
What effect is this drastic drop in the nation’s average IQ going to have on society as a whole, I wonder?
And there are so many other questions. This is just the most obvious, and the most practical: how low can our IQ go before we look exactly like other nations (third world nations) which were created by low-IQ populations.
And do we want that? Why are we not being asked if we want that?