Originally Posted by UrbanQuest
Probably for the first time since the 80's, Manhattan has reverted to majority white. 51% of Manhattan residents are non-hispanic white according to latest census estimates.
New York City as a whole remained 35% white.
Population Estimates (http://www.census.gov/popest/counties/asrh/CC-EST2009-alldata.html - broken link)
i think the main boroughs where whites still decrease are staten island , the bronx, and queens.
while whites i think are increasing in both brooklyn(probably steady though), and manhattan.
but i think on a whole note whites are overall decreasing in nyc, as asians, and hispanics share the fastest growth.
no sources just pulling this stuff out over the articles i read in the past 2 years, if im wrong please correct me , thanks