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    What is The racial makeup of North Carolina?

    What is the race percentage in North Carolina?

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  2. The United States Census Bureau, as of July 1, 2009, estimated North Carolina's population at 9,380,884 which represents an increase of 1,340,334, or 16.7%, since the last census in 2000. This exceeds the rate of growth for the United States as a whole. The growth comprises a natural increase since the last census of 412,906 people (that is ...

  3. The North Carolina State Demographer provides detailed information about population and population trends and serves as a liaison with the US Census Bureau.

    • North Carolina Data Files (Csvs) (Will Be Updated as Available)
    • Population Growth & Change
    • Population by Age
    • Race & Ethnicity

    2020 Census Population & Housing for Redistricting

    Blocks | Counties | Places (Cities, Towns, and CDPs) | Place by County | Townships (Minor Civil Divisions) | VTDs | School Districts

    2010 and 2020 Census Data for NC

    Tracts | Counties | Congressional Districts | State House Districts | State Senate Districts | File Layout Note: For data not shown here, check out Big Local News (“The 2020 Census Data Co-Op Project”, free with sign up and covers all states) or this GitHubfrom Tyler Dukes.

    Between 2010 and 2020, North Carolina’s population grew from 9,535,483 to 10,439,483, an increase of 903,905 or 9.5%. Over this same period, 51 North Carolina counties lost population (for a total combined loss of 147,224) and 49 counties gained population (a total combined gain of 1,051,129).

    The redistricting data file has a very limited look at population by age; the files are limited to voting-age (18+) and children (under 18, identified by subtracting the 18+ figures from the total population). Detailed information on population by age groups will not be released until later this year or early next when the Demographic Profiles and Demographic and Housing Characteristics filesare released. What do we know so far? Virtually all growth in North Carolina's population from 2010-2020 was in the adult (voting-age) population. The child population grew by 2,654 individuals or 0.12% over the decade. (Nationally, the child population declined by 1.4 million, a decrease of 1.9%). In contrast, the adult population increased by 901,251 or 12.4%. Related: NC growth over last decade entirely from adult population

    One of the biggest headlines we're seeing is about increasing diversity, specifically with respect to the decline in the white population. Be careful in this interpretation! The 2020 Census significantly changed both how we asked about race and ethnicity(everyone was invited to provide an ancestry response) and the Bureau changed how they coded the data compared to 2010. The big story here is the significant increase in the share of individuals identifying as Multiracial (two or more races). In North Carolina, this population more than doubled, growing by 161% or an increase of 251,094.

  4. Jun 21, 2021 · The majority of North Carolina’s growth over the past few decades has been from net migration, meaning more people moved here than moved away. Recent population estimates from the U.S. Census Bureau indicated that about 70% of North Carolina’s estimated growth between April 1, 2010 and July 1, 2020, came from net migration.

  5. North Carolina has received 13,431,040 doses so far, administering 78% or 10,525,501 of the doses. In North Carolina, 5,871,131 people or 55.98% of the population have received at least one dose. Overall, 4,883,485 people or 46.56% of North Carolina 's population have been fully vaccinated.

    % Of Pop. With At Least One Dose
    % Of Pop. Fully Vaccinated
    Doses Administered
    • August 19, 2021
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