By CBSNewYork Team

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Data from the 2020 Census is out after being delayed by the pandemic.

It shows the country is more racially and ethnically diverse.

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The white, non-Hispanic population declined for the first time in the nation’s history but remains the largest racial group.

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Overall, the U.S. population grew just over 7%.

Meanwhile, according to the Census, New York City’s population has grown and is now 8.8 million.

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Yonkers is now the third-largest city in New York, knocking Rochester to number four.

CBSNewYork Team