Census: St. Louis area becoming more diverse

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(KTVI) – The St. Louis Metro is growing more diverse.  According to the U.S. Census, the area saw a spike in the Hispanic and Asian population.

From 2010 to 2013, the Hispanic population grew by 9.5 percent.

The Asian population grew by 8.4 percent.  The region also attracted 12,500 more immigrants than it lost.



  • Buck O'Famagh

    I think the US is the first country in history to effectively commit suicide by treating all cultures, practices and traditions as having equal value and totally ignoring border protection. We are being invaded by people who have little to offer, nothing to lose, and government hand outs to gain. Our laws being ignored by those duty-bound to enforce them and no one does anything about it and those who try are called names. How long do you think it will be before our culture, language and traditions have been so diluted as to make this country unrecognizable? This isn’t the immigration of the 1800s and 1900s. This is an invasion. Press 6 for English.

    • Fed Up

      Well stated “Buck O’Famagh”…..sadly “THEREALBYEBYE2THEFAROUTRITE” is just part of the liberal cancer that is destroying America.


    I love this story because my tolerance and diversity bumper sticker can’t change the world but my obama will!!

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