Friday, 30th September 2011
2010 Census Shows Black Population has Highest Concentration in the South
Source: U.S. Census Bureau
From the press release:
The U.S. Census Bureau released today a 2010 Census brief, The Black Population: 2010 [PDF], that shows 14 percent of all people in the United States identified as black, either alone or in combination with one or more other races.
In 2010, 55 percent of the black population lived in the South, and 105 Southern counties had a black population of 50 percent or higher. Of the total U.S. population of 308.7 million on April 1, 2010, 38.9 million people, or 13 percent, identified as black alone. In addition, 3.1 million people, or 1 percent, reported as black in combination with one or more other races. Together, these two groups comprise the black alone-or-in-combination population and totaled 42.0 million.
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