It's proved a herculean task to find annual death figures by state and race and, not being descended from anything supernatural, I haven't been up to the task. But what should be quite easy to find--the contemporary percentages of births by race by state--doesn't appear to exist anywhere in the virtual world, either.
Until now, that is! Behold, the following table shows the percentages of births by race (all but the "Hispanic" column being non-Hispanic) and by state in 2011, ranked by vibrancy. This gives a good idea of what the adult demographic characteristics of the United States--if they indeed do remain united--will look like at the mid-century mark (figures add up to less than 100% as negligible "others" are not included). The picture is not complete, of course, since internal and external migration are additional relevant factors. Asterisks indicate insufficient data:
|2) New Mexico||71.5||28.5||1.7||55.0||1.7|
|4) District of Columbia||70.4||29.6||49.9||15.1||4.2|
|11) New Jersey||52.6||47.4||14.5||26.7||11.0|
|12) New York||50.8||49.2||15.5||23.7||10.0|
|19) North Carolina||42.8||57.2||22.4||15.5||3.5|
|21) South Carolina||41.2||58.8||30.1||8.7||1.9|
|23) Rhode Island||38.0||62.0||8.4||22.3||4.7|
|35) South Dakota||24.9||75.1||2.1||4.3||1.8|
|43) North Dakota||18.5||81.5||*||3.2||*|
|48) New Hampshire||11.4||88.6||*||4.2||4.0|
|50) West Virginia||5.9||94.1||3.4||*||*|
^ Perhaps surprisingly, perhaps not; the least racist of the majority-white (aka Racist) states
The accompanying visualization (lifted from here) shows the most vibrant states in a deep blue hue, through lighter shades of blue, to teal, and finally shows the most regressive states in a bright green:
Friendly, conventional America is also intolerably white America. Time heals all wounds, however, and these states are only delaying the inevitable.
No other surprises here. As Steve Sailer says, the stuff that's easiest to predict doesn't get many people excited. The Southwest is our future. Currently, 44% of the nation's population lives in states where white births constitute a minority of total natality, with the four big kahunas--California, Texas, New York, Florida--following the example set by the list's authentic kahuna.
The cultural, economic, and social consequences are, I suppose, debatable (something akin to a Mexico/Brazil hybrid is my guess). The political ramifications, however, are clear. When Texas goes purple and Florida has gone reliably blue, it'll effectively spell the end of Republican executive power. When Texas becomes solidly Democratic sometime over the next couple of decades, not even the faintest GOP dream will go uncrushed save for some sort of miraculous political realignment in the upper Midwest transpiring in the interim. One prerequisite for such an outcome is the Republican party becoming the nation's de facto white party. To those unschooled in the byzantine rules of contemporary cultural Marxism, that might seem like a natural role for the country's putatively conservative party to adopt, even embrace. The party's professional marionettes and their Cathedral handlers know much better than that, though.
The aforementioned disclaimer is important, because this is a glimpse of what the US will look like a generation down the road if all immigration stopped tomorrow. That obviously isn't going to happen. We've already crossed the Rubicon. The most restrictionists are able to hope for is that Caesar's march southward can be slowed down long enough for Pompey's natives to--again, miraculously--spring out of the soil.