(Minneapolis, MN)  —  Minnesota is still overwhelmingly white, but it is becoming less so. The latest Census numbers show the state’s white population fell by about one-percent over the past decade. The Census numbers show about four-point-three-million of the state’s five-point-seven-million people are now white. Blacks, Hispanics, and Asians all saw growth in the state over the past 10 years, but the Census says multi-racial families saw the biggest growth. Carver County was the state’s fastest growing county, and one of 10 that saw double digit growth over the decade.