The California (CA) White Pages Phone Book

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What can I find on Free White Pages?

White pages are digital phone books or directories. They replaced the old print based phone books. They are sources of information for anyone looking up someone’s phone number or physical address. They can also be used to find out who a number or address belongs to. This means you can use them to do a reverse name search.

How to use

This free white pages lookup site provides detailed search to find people’s address and phone number. It also provides useful detailed to lookup more public info in California. Check below a list of how you can put the site to work for you.

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About California

The state of California is home to a variety of ethnic groups, but the top five were white (61.8%), hispanic or Latino (38.7%), Asian (13%) and black or African American (6.1%). Among non-English speaking populations, Asian is the most common language. Despite the diversity of the state’s ethnic groups, its white population remains the largest by far. Immigrants from Asia and Latin America make up most of the state’s population. While there are people from several countries throughout the state, the Philippines, India, and China have the largest immigrant populations. In fact, the majority of immigrants between 2012 and 2016 were from Latin America and Asia, according to the U.S. Religion Census, conducted by the Association of Statisticians of American Religious Bodies. Some immigrants are religious minorities.

International immigrants are one of the primary causes of California’s shrinking population. Since 2010, international immigration has dropped dramatically. Among non-natives, 43,300 new residents are expected to arrive in 2021. Meanwhile, the number of Californians leaving for other states has been growing steadily. In 2019, California lost over 200,000 people. And the trend is continuing. The state’s economy has been booming for years, with a median household income of $78,672 (inflation-adjusted dollars).

The demographic data of the 90201 ZIP code show that the proportion of Californians born outside the US is the highest. It is the state’s top-ranked ZIP code in terms of population by naturalization and is the third largest among zip codes in the South. This means that California has the largest percentage of young people, but the lowest proportion of people between sixty-ninety-nine years old. So, if you are looking for a job in this state, consider the demographics of the area.