What I found interesting is that in my neighborhood, there are more different ethnicities than simply a white population. I compared my neighborhood and street with Quileuete Street in La Push, in Forks, Washington. There was a HUGE difference between the two streets, for instance. In La Push, there is a population of 1,639 people, according to the 2010 US census. The Quileuete tribe is a Native American tribe that originates in the western Washington state. Which is why there are a 21% of an "other" ethnicity.
Even though this article comes from The New York Times, the source of the article is from the US census. What is also very cool to look at is an article called "America By The Numbers," where it lists a bunch of things like, how many pounds of meat the Untied States ate in 2010, or how many marriages occurred, how much veggies we ate (which is low, eat your veggies!!), and how many men or women didn't rest well in a certain amount of days.