The Pew Research Center recently released a report regarding statistics of Hispanic migration to California, since in 2014 California became the third state where white Americans were outnumbered by another racial group. By 2050 Hispanics are now expected to number 23.7 million in 2050, or 47.6% of all Californians. For 2060, studies indicate that Hispanics may not reach a majority by that year, when they are expected to number 25.5 million, or 49.3% of California’s population. Today, California is the nation’s most populous state, with more than 38 million residents. It has the nation’s largest Hispanic population by far, with about 15 million Hispanic residents, accounting for 38% of the state’s population. To read more about this study, click here.