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White Retreat is not Defeat
European Americans and their declining majority
European Americans are a declining demographic in the United States, and while the overall number of European Americans has not yet begun to decline significantly, they have been demographically displaced in countless states.
Eleven states in the United States are minority White. 10 of them have made the transition from majority to minority White since the 1965 immigration act was passed, while Hawaii is likely to have always been a minority White state.
Red (11) = Minority White State
Orange (2) = Near Minority White State (Whites under 55% of the population)
Green (37) = Majority White state (Whites above 55% of the population)
It is important to note that in the statistics listed below multiracial, Jewish, and Hispanic/Latino Whites are not included. We are focusing instead on European Americans.
Minority White States:
Arizona: 3.526 million European Americans - composing 48.3% of the population
California: 12.5 million European Americans - composing 31.8% of the population
Florida: 9.980 million European Americans - composing 46.5% of the population
Georgia: 5.186 million European Americans - composing 47.9% of the population
Hawaii: 322,200 European Americans - composing 22.3% of the population
Maryland: 2.636 million European Americans - composing 42.8% of the population
Nevada: 1.268 million European Americans - composing 40.7% of the population
New Jersey: 3.94 million European Americans - composing 42% of the population
New Mexico: 703,700 million European Americans - composing 32.9% of the population
New York: 8.56 million European Americans - composing 42.7% of the population
Texas: 11.029 million European Americans - composing 37.5% of the population
In total 59.6 million, or 33.3% of all European Americans live in a minority White state.
In spite of this rapid demographic decline Whites still retain a voting majority in every state except for those of California and Hawaii.
In a state like Texas, where European Americans may only be 37.5% of the population, they are still over 55% of the eligible voters, and White Texans vote as a block. Much the same is also true in states such as Georgia, where Whites vote overwhelmingly for Conservative candidates.
And while taking over the GOP is certainly not a viable strategy, this form of racially based block voting does offer nationalists the opportunity to make major political inroads with Whites, even in states where they compose a minority of the overall population.
There are over 178.8 million European Americans in the United States, composing 54.2% of the population.
If we count those Hispanics who identify as completely European in origin the number of Whites (still exluding Jewish and mixed race persons) jumps to roughly 185.5 million people, or 56.2% of the population.
White Americans own a majority of the property in the United States, make up the majority of skilled tradesmen, and remain the only group which pay a net positive share of the tax income to state and federal governments.
Whites have the money, resources and skill to organize politically and take their country back, it is only a matter of building the institutions and asserting their will.