Racial, ethnic and cultural statistics At the 2010 census the racial makeup of Dallas was 50.7% White, 25.0% Black or African American, 0.5% Native American, 2.9% Asian, 0.1% Pacific Islander, 17.2% from other races, and 2.7% from two or more races. 42.4% of the population was Hispanic or Latino of any race.
What percentage of Dallas is African American?
24.28% According to the most recent ACS, the racial composition of Dallas was: White: 62.66% Black or African American: 24.28%
What percent of Dallas is white?
62.7% TablePopulationPersons 65 years and over, percent 10.3%Female persons, percent 50.6%Race and Hispanic OriginWhite alone, percent 62.7%54 more rows
Where are the most black people in Dallas?
In northern DFW suburbs, the black population rate has grown 178 percent since the 1990s. The strongest growth is in the southern suburbs, for example Cedar Hill was approximately 51.9 percent black in 2010, after a gain of more than 12,500 new black residents since the last decade.
Where do most Indians live in Dallas TX?
Most Indians live in suburbs northwest, north, and east of Dallas. Many Indians work for telecommunications companies, Electronic Data Systems (EDS), and Texas Instruments, and Asian Indians tend to live near their workplaces. They also tend to live in public school districts with good reputations.
What is the majority race in Dallas Texas?
Here are the population breakdowns for DFW, according to Bloomberg: White — 48.3 percent. Hispanic — 28.2 percent. Black — 16.8 percent.