Percent Change in White Non-Hispanic Population by U.S. county (1990 – 2017)

The number of non-Hispanic Whites in the U.S. peaked in 2015 (197,8 million). Between 2015 and 2017, the non-Hispanic White population declined by 41 thousand.

Percent change in Whites Non Hispanic Population

 

Top 20 counties with declining White Non-Hispanic populations (% change)
1. Shannon (South Dakota): -94.1
2. Clayton (Georgia): -85.9
3. Zapata (Texas): -73.6
4. Aleutians East (Alaska): -69.9
5. Prince George’s (Maryland): -69.3
6. Rockdale (Georgia): -64.6
7. Aleutians West (Alaska): -63.6
8. Imperial (California): -61.1
9. Manassas Park (Virginia): -60.2
10. Osceola (Florida): -59.1
11. Bronx (New York): -58.2
12. Gwinnett (Georgia): -58.1
13. Seward (Kansas): -56.5
14. Hidalgo (Texas): -56.3
15. Miami-Dade (Florida): -55.1
16. Douglas (Georgia): -53.8
17. El Paso (Texas): -52.9
18. San Bernardino (California): -52.5
19. Todd (South Dakota): -51.5
20. Dallas (Texas): -51.1

Top 20 counties with growing White Non-Hispanic populations (% change)
1. Kalawao (Hawaii): +99,9
2. Costilla (Colorada): +52.5
3. North Slope (Alaska): +48.2
4. Charles City (Virginia): +46.9
5. Skagway-Hoonah-Angon (Alaska): +35.2
6. Washington D.C.: +33.4
7. Taos (New Mexico): +26.2
8. McCormick (South Carolina): +23.1
9. Fayette (Tennessee): +22.9
10. Starr (Texas): +22.9
11. West Feliciana (Louisiana): +21.9
12. Hancock (Georgia): +21.7
13. Mora (New Mexico): +20.0
14. Surry (Virginia): +19.5
15. King and Queen (Virginia): +17.6
16. Greene (Georgia): +17.1
17. Gates (North Carolina): +15.9
18. Jasper (Georgia): +15.4
19. Saguache (Colorado): +14.5
20. King William (Virginia): +14.5

 

Related posts:
– U.S. Non-Hispanic White Population by County (1990 – 2017)
– Percent Change in Population by U.S. County (1990 – 2017)
U.S. Population Density (1990 – 2017)

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