Thursday, June 26, 2014

Cook County still leads nation in black population: Census Bureau

The Chicago Sun-Times reports:
Cook County gained about 13,000 inhabitants in 2013 and remains the county with the largest black population in the nation, according to Census Bureau estimates of population, race and Hispanic origin released Thursday.

Most of the growth in Cook County came from the Hispanic and Asian communities, with the county actually losing 4,300 whites and 8,300 blacks, according to the estimates.
Stagnating population growth in Crook County.