Change in Black (non-Hispanic) Population by Geography

New York Finger Lakes Region

The chart shows the change in the Black non-Hispanic population by geography in the Finger Lakes Region. From 2001 to 2021, the Black non-Hispanic population has grown by eight percent. Within the region, the majority of Black non-Hispanic people reside in urban areas. While this remains true today, in recent years there has been a noticeable shift from urban areas into suburban areas. Since 2001, the number of Black non-Hispanic people living in suburban areas has grown, while those living in urban areas has declined. The number living in rural areas remains the same.

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