North Dakota 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 North Dakota was 25,984 in 2019, and represented 3.41% of North Dakota's 762,062 population in 2019. Cass County had the highest number of the Black or African American Alone population (11,588 residents), followed by Ward County with 3,266 residents, and Grand Forks County with 3,069 residents. Grant County had the smallest number of the Black or African American Alone population (3 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.

North Dakota 2019 Black or African American Alone Population By County
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Table of North Dakota 2019 Black or African American Alone Population By County
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County Black Population % of County Population
Adams 21 0.95%
Barnes 191 1.83%
Benson 31 0.45%
Billings 4 0.43%
Bottineau 49 0.78%
Bowman 9 0.3%
Burke 16 0.76%
Burleigh 2,284 2.39%
Cass 11,588 6.37%
Cavalier 16 0.43%
Dickey 48 0.99%
Divide 44 1.94%
Dunn 73 1.65%
Eddy 12 0.53%
Emmons 9 0.28%
Foster 12 0.37%
Golden Valley 13 0.74%
Grand Forks 3,069 4.42%
Grant 3 0.13%
Griggs 10 0.45%
Hettinger 16 0.64%
Kidder 12 0.48%
LaMoure 17 0.42%
Logan 7 0.38%
McHenry 23 0.4%
McIntosh 20 0.8%
McKenzie 321 2.14%
McLean 45 0.48%
Mercer 55 0.67%
Morton 416 1.33%
Mountrail 190 1.8%
Nelson 26 0.9%
Oliver 8 0.41%
Pembina 47 0.69%
Pierce 36 0.91%
Ramsey 152 1.32%
Ransom 44 0.84%
Renville 9 0.39%
Richland 182 1.13%
Rolette 66 0.47%
Sargent 71 1.82%
Sheridan 4 0.3%
Sioux 31 0.73%
Slope 8 1.07%
Stark 937 2.98%
Steele 11 0.58%
Stutsman 373 1.8%
Towner 8 0.37%
Traill 69 0.86%
Walsh 77 0.72%
Ward 3,266 4.83%
Wells 14 0.37%
Williams 1,921 5.11%