According to the latest US Census estimates (2017 estimate), there were a total of 136,415 people living in Miramar, Florida in 2017. We provide visualizations below that highlight the race and ethnic composition of this beautiful city.
The US Census Bureau estimated that 49,481 (36.3%) of the population were Hispanic, and 86,934 (63.7%) were Non Hispanic. The chart below illustrates the percentages.
The US Census Bureau estimated that Black or African Americans were the majority of Miramar's population, followed by White - Hispanics, and then White - Non Hispanics. There were 63,604 (46.6%) Black or African Americans, 41,562 (30.5%) White - Hispanics, and 14,875 (10.9%) White - Non Hispanics. The chart below illustrates the percentages of the races, and the following table provides more information about the race demographics in Miramar, Florida.
|Black or African American||63,604||46.6%|
|White - Hispanic||41,562||30.5%|
|White - Non Hispanic||14,875||10.9%|
|Two or more races||4,471||3.3%|
|Some other race||4,158||3%|
|American Indian and Alaska Native||143||0.1%|
|Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander||9||0%|