Black Protestant Population in the United States
Most Black Protestant counties in America (2010):
1. Bullock County, Alabama - 31.6%
2. Ouachita County, Arkansas - 31.3%
3. Clay County, Georgia - 28.6%
4. Wilcox County, Alabama - 25.8%
5. Calhoun County, Georgia - 25.7%
6. Early County, Georgia - 23.4%
7. Macon County, Alabama - 23.1%
8. East Carroll Parish - 23.0%
9. Hale County, Alabama - 22.2%
10. Quitman County - 21.3%

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