United States 2019 Black Alone Population By State
Updated on December 2, 2021.

The US Census Bureau estimated that the Black or African American Alone population in the United States was 44,224,356 in 2019, and represented 13.47% of the 328,329,953 United States population in 2019. Texas had the highest number of the Black or African American Alone population (3,764,432 residents), followed by Florida with 3,650,637 residents, and Georgia with 3,465,113 residents. Montana had the smallest number of the Black or African American Alone population (6,360 residents) in 2019.

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

Also, there are links below to county level information on the Black or African American Alone population in 2019 for each state.

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Table of U.S. 2019 Black Alone Population By State
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State Black Alone Population % of State Population
Alabama 1,315,856 26.81
Alaska 27,101 3.69
Arizona 381,604 5.23
Arkansas 475,106 15.73
California 2,553,676 6.48
Colorado 265,056 4.60
Connecticut 437,841 12.28
Delaware 226,566 23.20
Florida 3,650,637 16.99
Georgia 3,465,113 32.60
Hawaii 30,814 2.18
Idaho 15,987 0.89
Illinois 1,859,309 14.68
Indiana 673,700 10.01
Iowa 130,175 4.12
Kansas 179,437 6.16
Kentucky 378,775 8.47
Louisiana 1,531,041 32.87
Maine 23,208 1.73
Maryland 1,885,534 31.14
Massachusetts 627,476 9.10
Michigan 1,408,989 14.11
Minnesota 399,280 7.08
Mississippi 1,127,317 37.85
Missouri 725,728 11.82
Montana 6,360 0.59
Nebraska 101,015 5.23
Nevada 319,249 10.33
New Hampshire 24,765 1.82
New Jersey 1,344,290 15.12
New Mexico 55,561 2.65
New York 3,425,736 17.60
North Carolina 2,336,825 22.25
North Dakota 26,087 3.42
Ohio 1,530,066 13.08
Oklahoma 307,330 7.76
Oregon 93,259 2.21
Pennsylvania 1,545,082 12.07
Rhode Island 90,630 8.57
South Carolina 1,391,272 26.98
South Dakota 20,732 2.34
Tennessee 1,165,222 17.06
Texas 3,764,432 12.99
Utah 46,918 1.47
Vermont 8,727 1.40
Virginia 1,703,577 19.91
Washington 331,509 4.35
West Virginia 64,688 3.60
Wisconsin 392,565 6.74
Wyoming 7,114 1.23
District of Columbia 326,019 46.03