(SAN FRANCISCO) -- The U.S. Census Bureau has released new data showing that more than half of the children in California are Hispanic.
The information, released on Tuesday, indicates that 38 percent of California's popular is now Hispanic, a total roughly equal to the number of non-Hispanic whites.
The 2010 census, which also calculates growth, shows that inland California is growing more than coastal cities like San Francisco and Los Angeles.
The salient figures will be used by the Citizens Redistricting Commission, which redraws representative boundaries.
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