Number of Some Other Race People in the United States

In this article, we will explore the demographic data of Some Other Race people in the United States, and look at historical data to see whether the Some Other Race population is growing or declining.

First, let's take a look at the population of Some Other Race people in the United States for the last 5 years.

Total U.S. Some Other Race Population

Population Year
16,047,369 2019
15,789,961 2018
15,553,808 2017
15,133,856 2016
14,865,258 2015

The table above shows that between 2015 and 2019 the total Some Other Race population has increased by 1,182,111 people.

If this growth were to continue at the same rate, the total population of Some Other Race people by 2023 could be 17,229,480.

Total U.S. Some Other Race Population By State

We can also look at the data for Some Other Race people in each individual state and whether the Some Other Race population increased or decreased between 2015 and 2019.

For more details on the historical population figures for each state, click the link in the table below.

State 2015 2019 Change (%)
Alabama 61,078 70,662 15.69%
Alaska 9,273 11,308 21.95%
Arizona 430,890 460,262 6.82%
Arkansas 62,484 83,576 33.76%
California 4,974,791 5,481,792 10.19%
Colorado 224,374 216,767 -3.39%
Connecticut 181,881 186,292 2.43%
Delaware 20,995 18,350 -12.60%
District of Columbia 27,159 34,511 27.07%
Florida 493,202 625,079 26.74%
Georgia 279,403 291,872 4.46%
Hawaii 14,864 17,433 17.28%
Idaho 38,371 59,676 55.52%
Illinois 747,933 757,231 1.24%
Indiana 152,022 145,747 -4.13%
Iowa 39,872 39,048 -2.07%
Kansas 63,183 71,683 13.45%
Kentucky 41,149 43,601 5.96%
Louisiana 47,595 65,592 37.81%
Maine 3,151 3,541 12.38%
Maryland 211,914 272,137 28.42%
Massachusetts 281,595 286,619 1.78%
Michigan 109,184 117,801 7.89%
Minnesota 82,085 104,032 26.74%
Mississippi 25,911 30,728 18.59%
Missouri 67,605 71,335 5.52%
Montana 5,460 7,076 29.60%
Nebraska 36,359 40,253 10.71%
Nevada 246,138 304,947 23.89%
New Hampshire 7,273 7,510 3.26%
New Jersey 568,215 558,665 -1.68%
New Mexico 226,850 180,638 -20.37%
New York 1,685,765 1,694,965 0.55%
North Carolina 292,310 316,763 8.37%
North Dakota 5,859 8,109 38.40%
Ohio 97,516 112,836 15.71%
Oklahoma 98,885 106,709 7.91%
Oregon 132,667 126,587 -4.58%
Pennsylvania 253,070 275,177 8.74%
Puerto Rico 431,443 554,764 28.58%
Rhode Island 61,085 57,807 -5.37%
South Carolina 73,324 88,274 20.39%
South Dakota 7,940 7,230 -8.94%
Tennessee 96,739 92,655 -4.22%
Texas 1,585,866 1,643,869 3.66%
Utah 129,907 156,229 20.26%
Vermont 2,002 2,410 20.38%
Virginia 183,124 223,794 22.21%
Washington 264,432 333,038 25.94%
West Virginia 4,566 7,971 74.57%
Wisconsin 96,057 118,350 23.21%
Wyoming 11,885 8,832 -25.69%

Data Source(s)

All of the data on this page is sourced from the latest American Community Survey (ACS) 5-year estimates, from the United States Census Bureau. The latest year for the ACS is currently 2019.

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