US Census: Hispanic children now majority in California

Big News from the Census today, according to their latest estimates children in California are majority Hispanic.

BBC News has the full story here:

The latest data from the 2010 census shows that Latinos and Asians accounted for most of the population growth in California over the past decade. The number of Hispanics rose 28% to 14 million, reaching near parity with non-Hispanic whites, while Asians grew 31%.

Meanwhile the Washington Post, has a handy graphic up which is below:

The Washington Post pulls out following data point: The Golden State's overall child population did not grow in the past 10 years, but it became much more ethnically diverse.