U.S. Non-Hispanic White Population by County (1990 – 2017)

In 2011, for the first time in United States history, non-Hispanic whites accounted for under half of the births in the country, with 49.6% of total births. Over 50% of children under age one are minorities. Between 2015 and 2016 for the first time in American history, the population of non-Hispanic whites declined by .005% (absolute decline more than 9,000 whites) and then declined by .016% (-31,000 whites) between 2016 and 2017 to a historic low of 60.7%. Between 2042 and 2045, the United States is projected to be a majority-minority nation and by 2060 the white population will decline by roughly 16.1 million.

Non-Hispanic White Population by U.S. County

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U.S. Non-Hispanic White Population by County (2017)

U.S. Non-Hispanic White Population by County

U.S. Counties with the highest percentages of Non-Hispanic White Americans:
1. Jackson County (Kentucky) – 97,9
2. Lewis County (Kentucky) – 97,9
3. Holmes County (Ohio) – 97,9
4. Garfield County (Nebraska) – 97,9
5. Lincoln County (West Virginia) – 97,8
6. Keya Paha County (Nebraska) – 97,7
7. Boone County (West Virginia) – 97,7
8. Magoffin County (Kentucky) – 97,6
9. Tyler County (West Virginia) – 97,6
10. McPherson County (Nebraska) – 97,6
11. Leslie County (Kentucky) – 97,6
12. Dickenson County (Virginia) – 97,6
13. Ritchie County (West Virginia) – 97,5
14. Clay County (West Virginia) – 97,5
15. Letcher County (Kentucky) – 97,5
16. Osage County (Missouri) – 97,5
17. Wayne County (West Virginia) – 97,4
18. Calhoun County (Illinois) – 97,4
19. Grant County (Nebraska) – 97,4
20. Wolfe County (Kentucky) – 97,4

U.S. Counties with the lowest percentages of Non-Hispanic White Americans:
1. Maverick County (Texas) – 2,8
2. Starr County (Texas) – 3,3
3. Webb County (Texas) – 3,5
4. Kusilvak Census Area (Alaska) – 3,6
5. Oglala Lakota County (South Dakota) – 4,5
6. Zapata County (Texas) – 4,9
7. Zavala County (Texas) – 5,1
8. Jim Hogg County (Texas) – 5,6
9. Hidalgo County (Texas) – 6,2
10. Brooks County (Texas) – 7,0
11. Todd County (South Dakota) – 8,2
12. McKinley County (New Mexico) – 8,6
13. Duval County (Texas) – 8,7
14. Willacy County (Texas) – 8,9
15. Cameron County (Texas) – 8,9
16. Bronx County (New York) – 9,2
17. Bethel Census Area (Alaska) – 9,8
18. Aleutians East Borough (Alaska) – 9,9
19. Clayton County (Georgia) – 10,1
20. Dimmit County (Texas) – 10,5

The mean center of white population for the  U.S.
Monroe County – Illinois (1990-1993)
St. Louis County – Missouri (1994-1995)
Jefferson County – Missouri (1996-1999)
Monroe County – Illinois (2000-2004)
Jefferson County – Missouri (2005-2017)

Alex Egoshin
Data: Census Bureau
Source: www.vividmaps.com

 

Related post:
– U.S. Population Density (1990 – 2017)
U.S. Hispanic Population by County (1990 – 2017)

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