The number of Americans reporting bi-racial backgrounds exploded in the past decade, according to a new Census report.People identifying as two-or-more races grew 32 per cent, to 9 million people, while single-race individuals grew by just 9 per cent.
Americans identifying themselves as black-and-white increased 134 per cent, and there are now more black/white Americans than any other multi-racial category — 1.8 million.
The number of white-Asian citizens grew second-most — 87 per cent, to 1.6 million.
And the number of three-race identifiers grew 64 per cent!
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