New Mexico 2019 Black or African American Alone Population By County
Created on December 7, 2020.
Updated on June 22, 2021.

The US Census Bureau estimated that the Black or African American Alone population in New Mexico was 54,772 in 2019, and represented 2.61% of New Mexico's 2,096,829 population in 2019. Bernalillo County had the highest number of the Black or African American Alone population (24,133 residents), followed by Doña Ana County with 5,272 residents, and Sandoval County with 4,009 residents. Harding County had the smallest number of the Black or African American Alone population (4 residents) in 2019.

Hover over or click on the counties to see the number and percentage of each county's Black or African American Alone population. The data can also be filtered, sorted, and explored further in a table below.

New Mexico 2019 Black or African American Alone Population By County
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Table of New Mexico 2019 Black or African American Alone Population By County
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County Black Population % of County Population
Bernalillo 24,133 3.55%
Catron 28 0.79%
Chaves 1,573 2.43%
Cibola 389 1.46%
Colfax 113 0.95%
Curry 3,402 6.95%
De Baca 16 0.92%
Doña Ana 5,272 2.42%
Eddy 1,176 2.01%
Grant 370 1.37%
Guadalupe 105 2.44%
Harding 4 0.64%
Hidalgo 77 1.83%
Lea 3,055 4.3%
Lincoln 211 1.08%
Los Alamos 268 1.38%
Luna 450 1.9%
McKinley 465 0.65%
Mora 51 1.13%
Otero 2,809 4.16%
Quay 186 2.25%
Rio Arriba 340 0.87%
Roosevelt 530 2.87%
Sandoval 4,009 2.73%
San Juan 975 0.79%
San Miguel 570 2.09%
Santa Fe 1,800 1.2%
Sierra 88 0.82%
Socorro 237 1.43%
Taos 283 0.87%
Torrance 347 2.24%
Union 92 2.27%
Valencia 1,348 1.76%