California has become a minority-majority state with its increasing Hispanic population. But over the next few decades, the state will see a rising multiracial population.
Multiracial Californians are growing at a higher rate than any other group, and that’s only going to continue. According to state projections, in this past decade, people who are two races or more have grown by 22% in California — faster than Asians (10%) and Hispanics (14%). State demographers project multiracial residents will grow 21% by 2030.