Ստյոպա Սաֆարյաի դիպուկ․․

Հիշեցնենք,որ երեկ Սիրուշոն գրառում էր կատարել՝ տեղադրելով որդու և Ռոբերտ Քոչարյանի լուսանկարը,որտեղ մասնավորապես գրված էր․

 

Զուսպ, հոգատար, սրտացավ, ճշտապահ ու արդարամիտ. այսպիսինն է ՆԱ՝ Աննկարագրելի Մեծ ու դժվար ճանապարհ անցած, բայց դրանից ոչ մի պահ չթուլացած, և իր մարդկային դրական ու օրինակելի տեսակը չկորցրած․․․

Միջազգային և անվտանգության հարցերի հայկական ինստիտուտի ղեկավար, վերլուծաբան Ստեփան Սաֆարյանը ֆեյսբուքյան իր էջում հռետորական հարց է հղել հայտնի երգչուհի Սիրուշոյին․․․

 

«Սիրուշո ջան, իր թողած գործը միայն դուք եք տեսել ձեր ընտանիքում ու տնօրինած կարողություններում, որոնց կապակցությամբ պետք է որ հարց տված լինեիր՝ հայրիկ, այսքանը մեզ որտեղի՞ց ու ինչպե՞ս…

Իսկ անցած բարդ ուղու վրա միայն դիակներ են…. Հոկտեմբերի 27-ը և Մարտի 1-ը վկա…»:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pennsylvania’s Hispanic population grew by 82.6% between 2000 and 2010, making it one of the largest increases in a state’s Hispanic population. The significant growth of the Hispanic population is due to immigration to the state mainly from Puerto Rico, which is a US territory, but to a lesser extent from countries such as the Dominican Republic, Mexico, and various Central and South American nations, as well as from the wave of Hispanics leaving New York and New Jersey for safer and more affordable living. The Asian population swelled by almost 60%, which was fueled by Indian, Vietnamese, and Chinese immigration, as well the many Asian transplants moving to Philadelphia from New York. The rapid growth of this community has given Pennsylvania one of the largest Asian populations in the nation by numerical values. The Black and African American population grew by 13%, which was the largest increase in that population amongst the state’s peers (New York, New Jersey, Ohio, Illinois, and Michigan). The White population declined by 0.7%, a trend that is beginning to reverse itself. Twelve other states saw decreases in their White populations.[75] The state of Pennsylvania has a high in-migration of blacks and Hispanics from other nearby states, with eastern and south-central portions of the state seeing the bulk of the increases.[76][77]

The center of population of Pennsylvania is located in Perry County, in the borough of Duncannon.[78]

State population from 1790 to 2000

Pennsylvania’s population distribution
As of 2018, Pennsylvania has an estimated population of 12,823,989, which is an increase of 18,452 from the previous year and an increase of 121,610 since the year 2010. Net migration to other states resulted in a decrease of 27,718, and immigration from other countries resulted in an increase of 127,007. Net migration to the Commonwealth was 98,289. Migration of native Pennsylvanians resulted in a decrease of 100,000 people. From 2008 to 2012, 5.8% of the population was foreign-born.[79] The state has an estimated 2017 poverty rate of 13.2%.[80] The state also has the 3rd-highest proportion of elderly (65+) citizens in 2005.[80]

Foreign born Pennsylvanians are largely from Asia (36.0%), Europe (35.9%), and Latin America (30.6%), with the remainder from Africa (5%), North America (3.1%), and Oceania (0.4%).

The majority of Hispanics in Pennsylvania are of Puerto Rican descent, having one of the largest and fastest-growing Puerto Rican populations in the country.[81][82] Most of the remaining Hispanic population is made up of Mexicans and Dominicans. Most Hispanics are concentrated in Philadelphia, Lehigh Valley and South Central Pennsylvania. Pennsylvania’s reported population of Hispanics, especially among the Black race, has markedly increased in recent years.[83] The Hispanic population is greatest in Bethlehem, Allentown, Reading, Lancaster, York, and around Philadelphia. It is not clear how much of this change reflects a changing population and how much reflects increased willingness to self-identify minority status. As of 2010, it is estimated that about 85% of all Hispanics in Pennsylvania live within a 150-mile (240 km) radius of Philadelphia, with about 20% living within the city itself.

Of the black population, the vast majority in the state are African American, being descendants of African slaves brought to the US south during the colonial era. There are also a growing number of blacks of West Indian, recent African, and Hispanic origins.[84] Most blacks live in the Philadelphia area, Pittsburgh, and South Central Pennsylvania, among other areas. Whites make-up the majority of Pennsylvania, they are mostly descended from German, Irish, Italian, and English immigrants, among others. Rural portions of South Central Pennsylvania are famous nationwide for its notable Amish communities. The «Wyoming Valley» or the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Metropolitan Area has a large concentration of whites. As a matter of fact, it has the highest percentage of white residents than any other metropolitan area in the U.S. with 96.2% of its population claiming to be white with no Hispanic background.

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