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In the broadest sense, White Americans constitute the historical and current majority of the people living in the United States, with 70% of the population identified as “white” by the 2010 United States Census. Non-Hispanic whites totaled about 197,181,177 or 60.4% of the U.S. population. Removing Eurasian (i.e. Slavic, Turkic, Mongol) and MENA (i.e. Arab, Jewish, Berber, Persian) ethnic groups (“non-traditional whites”) further reduces the number of whites to 56%.
The British Isles and Germany are the largest historical origin of White Americans, with a periphery origin from Western Europe. These groups have constituted the majority population of the United States since the nation’s founding. Self-identifying British American and Continental Germanic Americans constitute 52% of the US population. What is often perceived to be “white culture” in the US is actually a combination of the dominant US Anglo and German American cultures, while numerous groups of ethnic minorities are often included into the “white” umbrella due to the system of racial categorisation in the US.
The United States Census Bureau defines ‘white people’ as those “having origins in any of the original peoples of Europe, the Middle East or North Africa.” De facto including the region of Eurasia as well.
Source: White Americans – Wikipedia
Early on in the United States, membership in the white race was generally limited to those of British, Germanic, or Nordic ancestry.
“British American and Continental Germanic Americans constitute 52% of the US population”
If they were 52% of the US population in 2010, it’s reasonable to assume they are below 50% today in 2021.
Ethnic harmony should be the goal for all North-West Europeans, even in USA.