You sound so white (not intended to be racist though it sounds racist anyway so idgaf)
Integers, strings and floats are all data types as far as know so uh, dunno if anyone will be confused by that stuff in the future. The vid is ok, but it's all over the place. Either I didn't may much attention or what you're explaining is all over the place and you're not really stating what exactly we're learning. Honestly, I think before all this and show us what Python is you should've made a short video on the basics of everything. By that I mean the stuff people who are really knew don't get. I'm pretty sure lots of people won't know the basics unless they took a class for it. Even then, you shouldn't assume that and should make a vid like that anyway. Also the length of the video. Pretty long. You should break them up in the future into two parts (or have more things in separate dedicated videos) so that people can soak in info and reflect on what they learned. It's a good first video, just needs a bit of work.
Take it along slowly and build up on each bit that needs some good understanding rather than just throwing things at us and expecting us to go along with it (by this I mean the whole separate smaller videos to build up knowledge around python and along the way). You know what I mean?