While the black population alone accounts for 9.1 percent of Indiana's total population, those who specified their race as single black or black in combination with. The highest high school graduation rate is among white people, with a rate of 90.64%. The highest rate of bachelor's degrees is found among Asians, with a rate of 57.48%. The race least likely to be in poverty in Indiana is white, with 10.70% below the poverty level.
Census Bureau, American Community Survey (ACS). Survey on the American Community Racial population estimates are produced for the United States, states and counties by the Population Estimates Program and racial estimates of population are produced for Puerto Rico, municipalities (county equivalents for Puerto Rico), places, areas urban and community (equivalent places for Puerto Rico) and smaller civil divisions according to the American Community Survey. A person who originates from any of the original peoples of Europe, the Middle East or North Africa. Includes people who indicate their race as white or who report entries as Irish, German, Italian, Lebanese, Arab, Moroccan or Caucasian.
A person from any of the black racial groups in Africa. Includes people who indicate their race as black or African-American, or who report entries as African-American, Kenyan, Nigerian, or Haitian. A person who has origins in any of the original peoples of North and South America (including Central America) and who maintains a tribal affiliation or an attachment to the community. This category includes people who indicate their race as American Indians or Alaska Natives or who report entries such as Navajo groups, Blackfeet, Inupiat, Yup'ik, or Central American Indian groups or South American Indian groups.
Native to Hawaii and other Pacific Islands. A person from any of the original peoples of Hawaii, Guam, Samoa, or other Pacific Islands. It includes people who declared their race as Fijians, Guamanians or Chamorras, Marshallese, Native Hawaiians, Samoans, Tongans, and other Pacific Islanders, or who provide other detailed answers from Pacific Islanders. Data users should be aware of the methodological differences that may exist between different data sources.
Other fast-growing metropolitan areas in the state include Fort Wayne (7.6 percent growth), Columbus (7.1 percent), Lafayette (6.7 percent) and the Indiana portion of the Louisville metro (6.2 percent). InContext is an award-winning publication from the Indiana Business Research Center at Indiana University's Kelley School of Business. By the time the national census of 1830 was conducted, Indiana had been admitted to the United States, and an additional substantial growth of more than 500% in ten years brought the total number of residents to 147,178. The only metropolitan areas in Indiana that lost population over the decade are Muncie (-4.9 percent decline) and Terre Haute (-2). 1 percent).
Indiana's 44 counties that are part of a metropolitan statistical area combined to grow by 6.3 percent over the past decade. Geodemographic Analyst, Indiana Business Research Center, Indiana University Kelley School of Business. At that time, in addition to most of present-day Indiana, the Territory included all of Illinois and Wisconsin, the western half of Michigan and northeastern Minnesota. The largest city in Indiana is Indianapolis, which is also the state capital, which is home to more than 860,000 people as residents.
While every county in Indiana includes some black residents, 62 percent of the state's black population resides in just two counties: Marion and Lake. While the black population alone represents 9.1 percent of Indiana's total population, those who specified their race as single blacks or blacks in combination with another race account for 10.1 percent of the total population. The highest growth rates were recorded in central Indiana, including Hamilton County (12.01%), Boone County (11.43%) and Hendricks County (8.45%). In many ways, Indiana is an unremarkable state in terms of population statistics, but it is nonetheless experiencing healthy growth.
Regarding popular religions, Indiana shows its preferences: 72% are affiliated with the Christian faith, 2% are not Christian and 26% are not affiliated with any religion. Indiana's black poverty rate was 34 percent according to the ACS, compared to 16 percent of the general population. The latest release from the Census Bureau provides Indiana officials with the data needed to redesign legislative and congressional districts. The IBRC is part of a national network of state data centers and acts as an official state representative to the Census Bureau on matters related to the census and population estimates, with financial support from the Indiana Department of Workforce Development.