Michigan Population Estimates by Age and County
Black Population, Male, 2016

County Population Trends for Selected Age Group: 18-44 Years
Total 18-19
Years
20-24
Years
25-29
Years
30-34
Years
35-39
Years
40-44
Years
 Michigan Total 273,417 23,469 65,072 59,616 42,755 41,046 41,459
 Alcona 16 1 6 2 3 3 1
 Alger 554 9 118 135 133 90 69
 Allegan 436 47 103 84 67 81 54
 Alpena 50 9 10 8 11 4 8
 Antrim 33 4 11 2 6 6 4
 Arenac 26 4 10 4 3 3 2
 Baraga 533 17 98 135 120 103 60
 Barry 117 22 33 18 15 9 20
 Bay 558 49 124 129 83 96 77
 Benzie 37 4 6 8 8 3 8
 Berrien 4,313 445 1,074 849 652 638 655
 Branch 501 21 64 81 103 108 124
 Calhoun 2,873 257 679 621 506 403 407
 Cass 597 72 146 105 85 97 92
 Charlevoix 58 5 15 7 9 13 9
 Cheboygan 75 8 20 14 13 12 8
 Chippewa 1,898 45 262 404 429 406 352
 Clare 80 9 18 20 12 9 12
 Clinton 425 39 125 75 52 69 65
 Crawford 33 6 5 5 7 6 4
 Delta 51 5 14 7 9 11 5
 Dickinson 37 3 9 8 7 6 4
 Eaton 1,625 161 421 333 240 264 206
 Emmet 81 8 19 7 8 16 23
 Genesee 14,190 1,358 3,525 2,897 2,118 2,090 2,202
 Gladwin 36 3 12 4 4 8 5
 Gobebic 526 19 106 120 106 100 75
 Grand Traverse 617 34 107 138 126 105 107
 Gratiot 1,678 84 346 370 323 297 258
 Hillsdale 76 12 14 12 17 11 10
 Houghton 208 21 121 26 14 17 9
 Huron 55 4 16 6 7 10 12
 Ingham 8,262 1,036 2,568 1,497 1,158 1,086 917
 Ionia 2,288 168 591 505 401 328 295
 Iosco 63 6 15 16 6 6 14
 Iron 12 2 2 2 2 2 2
 Isabella 828 161 377 134 60 52 44
 Jackson 4,265 322 943 876 769 698 657
 Kalamazoo 7,040 713 2,150 1,338 1,055 941 843
 Kalkaska 39 4 9 12 1 7 6
 Kent 14,651 1,308 3,470 3,312 2,443 2,152 1,966
 Keweenaw 1 0 0 1 0 0 0
 Lake 207 12 45 43 38 32 37
 Lapeer 529 108 100 84 77 90 70
 Leelanau 33 3 9 5 5 4 7
 Lenawee 1,315 102 238 236 276 222 241
 Livingston 352 31 84 59 68 54 56
 Luce 536 14 107 90 126 106 93
 Mackinac 83 2 5 8 23 27 18
 Macomb 19,859 1,650 4,572 4,408 3,081 2,996 3,152
 Manistee 654 24 200 172 111 72 75
 Marquette 711 42 188 125 159 103 94
 Mason 92 11 23 17 10 17 14
 Mecosta 465 108 223 64 23 31 16
 Menominee 42 5 9 3 9 9 7
 Midland 434 66 123 88 66 40 51
 Missaukee 24 3 9 3 3 3 3
 Monroe 816 82 210 174 120 120 110
 Montcalm 919 30 162 183 187 201 156
 Montmorency 14 4 4 2 1 3 0
 Muskegon 5,451 448 1,237 1,150 899 883 834
 Newaygo 161 18 43 36 25 27 12
 Oakland 30,263 2,547 6,800 6,325 4,698 4,742 5,151
 Oceana 61 4 10 19 7 11 10
 Ogemaw 29 2 11 2 4 7 3
 Ontonagon 9 0 0 3 2 1 3
 Osceola 67 9 15 9 18 11 5
 Oscoda 9 3 2 1 1 2 0
 Otsego 51 4 11 14 5 10 7
 Ottawa 1,567 224 445 316 219 182 181
 Presque Isle 27 3 10 5 1 3 5
 Roscommon 39 2 10 6 4 6 11
 Saginaw 6,902 709 1,773 1,443 1,035 1,008 934
 St. Clair 973 89 229 198 165 145 147
 St. Joseph 425 47 106 83 73 63 53
 Sanilac 91 9 19 20 10 22 11
 Schoolcraft 23 0 4 6 5 5 3
 Shiawassee 169 36 35 30 29 16 23
 Tuscola 154 24 39 21 19 26 25
 Van Buren 577 63 143 117 81 86 87
 Washtenaw 11,123 1,205 3,383 2,121 1,464 1,561 1,389
 Wayne 118,239 9,217 26,646 27,584 18,405 17,727 18,660
 Wexford 80 4 28 16 12 6 14

Notes:

Number: Population estimates as of July 1 for the specified year.

Individuals identified as being of Hispanic origin are included in this table.

Source: Table prepared by the Division for Vital Records and Health Statistics, Michigan Department of Health and Human Services using Population Estimates (latest update 6/2017) released by the National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS), Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.   For more information about these estimates produced by the U.S. Census Bureau under a collaborative agreement with NCHS, see the NCHS bridged-race methodology.

Estimates for 18-19 age group for 1990-1999 were calculated from single-year estimates provided by the State Demographer at the Library and Development Data Center of the Michigan Department of History, Arts and Libraries (see Introduction).

Last Updated: 07/20/2017