By 2020 Census population

Rank City Metropolitan Area Population 2020 United States Census[1] African-American Population Size, 100,000 or more (2020 United States Census)[2] African-American Population Size (2010 Census)[3] % Change (2010-2020) Percentage African-American (2020)
1 New York, New York (NY-NJ-PA) MSA 20,140,470 3,237,789 3,352,616 −3.42% 16.1
2 Atlanta, Georgia MSA 6,089,815 2,084,212 1,707,913 +22.03% 34.2
3 Chicago, Illinois (IL-IN-WI) MSA 9,618,502 1,576,952 1,645,993 −4.19% 16.4
4 Washington, District of Columbia (DC-MD-VA-WV) MSA 6,385,162 1,562,340 1,438,436 +8.61% 24.5
5 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (PA-NJ-DE-MD) MSA 6,245,051 1,273,120 1,241,780 +2.52% 20.4
6 Houston, Texas MSA 7,122,240 1,237,934 1,023,065 +21.00% 17.4
7 Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas MSA 7,637,387 1,220,934 961,800 +26.94% 16.0
8 Miami, Florida MSA 6,138,333 1,194,334 1,206,470 −1.01% 19.5
9 Detroit, Michigan MSA 4,392,041 961,076 980,451 −1.98% 21.9
10 Los Angeles, California MSA 13,200,998 848,206 907,618 −6.55% 6.4
11 Baltimore, Maryland MSA 2,844,510 811,018 778,879 +4.13% 28.5
12 Memphis, Tennessee (TN-AR-MS) MSA 1,337,779 612,104 601,043 +1.84% 45.8
13 Charlotte, North Carolina (NC-SC) MSA 2,660,329 581,927 421,105 +38.19% 21.9
14 Norfolk-Virginia Beach-Newport News, Virginia (VA-NC) MSA 1,799,674 544,740 522,409 +4.27% 30.3
15 St. Louis, Missouri (MO-IL) MSA 2,820,253 506,762 516,446 −1.88% 18.0
16 New Orleans, Louisiana MSA 1,271,845 423,909 397,095 +6.75% 33.3
17 Orlando, Florida MSA 2,673,376 410,855 344,820 +19.15% 15.4
18 Cleveland-Lorain-Elyria, Ohio MSA 2,088,251 410,206 416,528 −1.52% 19.6
19 Tampa-St. Petersburg-Clearwater, Florida MSA 3,175,275 375,855 329,334 +14.13% 11.8
20 Richmond-Petersburg, Virginia MSA 1,314,434 364,714 375,427 −2.85% 27.7
21 Boston, Massachusetts (MA-NH) NECMA 4,941,632 364,054 331,292 +9.89% 7.4
22 San Juan-Caguas-Guaynabo, Puerto Rico MSA 2,081,265 N/A 344,956 N/A 16.6
23 Jacksonville, Florida MSA 1,605,848 341,206 292,881 +16.50% 21.2
24 Riverside-San Bernardino, California MSA 4,599,839 341,035 322,405 +5.78% 7.4
25 Minneapolis-Saint Paul MSA 3,690,261 337,652 243,414 +38.72% 9.1
26 San Francisco-Oakland, California MSA 4,749,008 335,135 363,905 −7.91% 7.1
27 Columbus, Ohio MSA 2,138,926 334,842 273,560 +22.40% 15.7
28 Birmingham, Alabama MSA 1,115,289 328,242 318,373 +3.10% 29.4
29 Indianapolis, Indiana MSA 2,111,040 317,192 263,376 +20.43% 15.0
30 Baton Rouge, Louisiana MSA 870,569 302,477 285,911 +5.79% 34.7
31 Las Vegas, Nevada MSA 2,265,461 286,684 204,379 +40.27% 12.7
32 Nashville-Murfreesboro-Franklin, Tennessee MSA 1,989,519 284,784 242,264 +17.55% 14.3
33 Jackson, Mississippi MSA 591,978 282,692 257,021 +9.99% 47.8
34 Phoenix-Mesa-Glendale, Arizona MSA 4,845,832 282,437 207,734 +35.96% 5.8
35 Cincinnati, Ohio (OH-KY-IN) MSA 2,256,884 273,322 255,905 +6.81% 12.1
36 Columbia, South Carolina MSA 829,470 269,093 255,104 +5.48% 32.4
37 Kansas City, Missouri (MO-KS) MSA 2,192,035 262,220 254,509 +3.03% 12.0
38 Raleigh-Cary, North Carolina MSA 1,413,982 258,213 228,268 +13.12% 18.3
39 Milwaukee-Waukesha, Wisconsin MSA 1,574,731 255,992 261,010 −1.92% 16.3
40 Seattle, Washington MSA 4,018,762 246,767 191,967 +28.55% 6.1
41 Augusta, Georgia (GA-SC) MSA 611,000 212,570 196,695 +8.07% 34.8
42 Greensboro-High Point, North Carolina MSA 776,566 207,385 184,730 +12.26% 26.7
43 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania MSA 2,370,930 199,469 196,755 +1.38% 8.4
44 Louisville, Kentucky MSA (KY-IN) MSA 1,285,439 189,663 176,107 +7.70% 14.8
45 Charleston-North Charleston, South Carolina MSA 799,636 183,724 184,019 −0.16% 23.0
46 San Antonio-New Braunfels, Texas MSA 2,558,143 181,016 141,468 +27.96% 7.1
47 Little Rock, Arkansas MSA 748,031 173,297 155,081 +11.75% 23.2
48 Fayetteville, North Carolina MSA 520,378 171,793 132,833 +29.33% 34.3
49 Sacramento, California MSA 2,397,382 167,386 158,426 +5.66% 7.0
50 Montgomery, Alabama MSA 386,047 167,315 159,330 +5.01% 43.3
51 Denver-Aurora, Colorado MSA 2,963,821 166,100 143,128 +16.05% 5.6
52 Durham-Chapel Hill, North Carolina MSA 649,903 162,744 136,543 +19.19% 25.0
53 Austin-Round Rock-San Marcos, Texas MSA 2,283,371 160,079 127,397 +25.65% 7.0
54 San Diego-Carlsbad-San Marcos, California MSA 3,298,634 155,813 158,213 −1.52% 4.7
55 Shreveport, Louisiana MSA 393,406 155,018 155,174 −0.10% 39.4
56 Buffalo-Niagara Falls-Cheektowaga, New York MSA 1,166,902 151,535 138,782 +9.19% 13.0
57 Mobile, Alabama MSA 430,197 149,572 142,992 +4.60% 34.8
58 Oklahoma City, Oklahoma MSA 1,425,695 146,494 130,597 +12.17% 10.3
59 Greenville-Anderson, South Carolina MSA 928,195 143,173 106,284 +34.71% 15.4
60 Hartford, Connecticut MSA 1,213,531 141,209 131,929 +7.03% 11.6
61 Columbus, Georgia (GA-AL) MSA 328,883 136,849 119,023 +14.98% 41.6
62 Dayton-Kettering, Ohio MSA 814,049 127,807 125,815 +1.58% 15.7
63 Rochester, New York MSA 1,090,135 127,406 122,611 +3.91% 11.7
64 Savannah, Georgia MSA 404,798 124,644 117,726 +5.88% 30.8
65 Tallahassee, Florida MSA 384,298 121,168 119,320 +1.55% 31.5
66 New Haven-Milford, Connecticut MSA 864,835 118,933 109,850 +8.27% 13.8
67 Lafayette, Louisiana MSA 478,384 117,267 73,112 +60.39% 24.5
68 Winston-Salem, North Carolina MSA 675,966 116,597 96,928 +20.29% 17.2
69 Bridgeport-Stamford-Norwalk, Connecticut MSA 957,419 106,756 99,317 +7.49% 11.2
70 Lakeland-Winter Haven, Florida MSA 725,046 105,533 88,833 +18.80% 14.6
71 Huntsville, Alabama MSA 491,723 105,373 90,805 +16.04% 21.4
72 Macon, Georgia MSA 233,802 104,157 100,934 +3.19% 44.5

See also

References

  1. ^ "2020 Population and Housing State Data". United States Census Bureau, Population Division. August 12, 2021. Retrieved August 14, 2021.
  2. ^ "County Population by Characteristics: 2020". United States Census Bureau, Population Division. August 2021. Retrieved August 26, 2021.
  3. ^ U.S. Census Bureau (August 2020). "U.S. Census website". United States Census Bureau.