The U.S. Census Bureau has released a new report today finding that nearly one in every 10 of the nation's 3,141 counties has a population that is more than 50 percent minority.

The press release headline says More Than 300 Counties Now "Majority-Minority". It may be time for the Census Bureau to come up with a new term, like "minjority"?

According to the report, Claiborne County, Miss., had a population that was 85 percent black in 2006, which led the nation. All 50 counties with the highest percentage black population were in the South.

The AP files this report, noting that New Orleans and Orleans Parish recorded the biggest change, where the "share of non-Hispanic whites in Orleans Parish grew from 27 percent in 2005 to 34 percent in 2006, while the share of blacks dropped from about 68 percent to 59 percent."