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List of U.S. counties with African-American majority populations in 2000


List of U.S. counties with African-American majority populations in 2000

The following is a list of state and the percentage of each county's population that is African American is listed in parentheses next to the county's name.

County-equivalents, such as independent cities (e.g., St. Louis, Missouri and any municipality in Virginia incorporated as a city), are included in this list.


  • Alabama 1
  • Arkansas 2
  • Florida 3
  • Georgia 4
  • Louisiana 5
  • Maryland 6
  • Mississippi 7
  • Missouri 8
  • North Carolina 9
  • South Carolina 10
  • Tennessee 11
  • Virginia 12
  • National Rankings 13
  • See also 14
  • References 15





  • Baker County (50.4%)
  • Burke County (51.0%)
  • Calhoun County (60.6%)
  • Clay County (60.5%)
  • Clayton County (51.6%)
  • DeKalb County (54.2%)
  • Dougherty County (60.1%)
  • Hancock County (77.8%)
  • Jefferson County (56.3%)
  • Macon County (59.5%)
  • Randolph County (59.5%)
  • Stewart County (61.5%)
  • Talbot County (61.6%)
  • Taliaferro County (60.3%)
  • Terrell County (60.7%)
  • Warren County (59.5%)
  • Washington County (53.2%)




North Carolina

South Carolina



National Rankings

See also


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