This ongoing series of stories, based on the 1990 census, examines the changing demographics in California. Among the findings: Few of California's elected leaders are minorities despite a rising minority population; San Fernando now has a Hispanic majority; Hispanics are becoming more active in politics; the population of children and the elderly is booming in Sacramento; rural areas are growing; home prices are changing the nature of neighborhoods; more people who get divorced stay divorced; and women constitute the majority in the state.
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