Michigan Population Estimates by Age and County
Black Population, Both Sexes, 2016

County Population Trends for Selected Age Group: Under 18 Years
Total Under 1
Year
1-4
Years
5-9
Years
10-14
Years
15-17
Years
 Michigan Total 410,854 23,100 92,818 113,931 110,007 70,998
 Alcona 19 2 4 4 9 0
 Alger 39 4 10 11 8 6
 Allegan 915 49 187 305 229 145
 Alpena 87 6 18 23 26 14
 Antrim 63 5 17 20 14 7
 Arenac 52 4 11 14 13 10
 Baraga 33 2 6 7 13 5
 Barry 221 11 52 66 57 35
 Bay 1,092 62 240 349 284 157
 Benzie 69 6 12 21 15 15
 Berrien 7,823 409 1,824 2,301 2,011 1,278
 Branch 181 13 50 57 38 23
 Calhoun 5,613 292 1,353 1,585 1,476 907
 Cass 1,002 48 202 285 281 186
 Charlevoix 84 5 14 22 24 19
 Cheboygan 79 5 20 17 21 16
 Chippewa 163 12 33 56 40 22
 Clare 126 5 29 31 40 21
 Clinton 621 31 127 164 182 117
 Crawford 77 5 29 22 10 11
 Delta 142 7 35 41 30 29
 Dickinson 79 5 21 23 15 15
 Eaton 2,378 133 487 686 631 441
 Emmet 146 9 32 43 34 28
 Genesee 25,945 1,422 5,865 7,265 6,953 4,440
 Gladwin 73 5 14 22 16 16
 Gobebic 51 3 8 15 10 15
 Grand Traverse 421 25 104 110 122 60
 Gratiot 182 11 49 50 48 24
 Hillsdale 198 10 39 40 59 50
 Houghton 84 8 26 20 19 11
 Huron 102 7 16 31 30 18
 Ingham 12,384 710 2,888 3,507 3,300 1,979
 Ionia 316 19 72 84 86 55
 Iosco 100 5 20 26 27 22
 Iron 37 0 11 11 9 6
 Isabella 606 39 167 167 134 99
 Jackson 4,434 239 1,061 1,263 1,164 707
 Kalamazoo 11,204 594 2,553 3,218 2,966 1,873
 Kalkaska 82 2 18 19 26 17
 Kent 25,711 1,400 5,852 7,399 6,784 4,276
 Keweenaw 7 0 2 3 2 0
 Lake 261 17 60 59 75 50
 Lapeer 329 13 64 81 72 99
 Leelanau 81 0 25 26 16 14
 Lenawee 1,003 48 232 238 258 227
 Livingston 461 29 88 121 140 83
 Luce 23 0 6 9 4 4
 Mackinac 64 2 11 14 16 21
 Macomb 32,038 1,735 7,101 8,724 8,812 5,666
 Manistee 119 8 26 30 34 21
 Marquette 266 18 78 73 58 39
 Mason 187 13 30 63 49 32
 Mecosta 378 31 96 100 86 65
 Menominee 92 7 25 22 22 16
 Midland 519 28 121 169 144 57
 Missaukee 74 6 20 21 18 9
 Monroe 1,512 81 338 396 412 285
 Montcalm 274 16 66 79 68 45
 Montmorency 26 2 10 4 7 3
 Muskegon 8,350 455 1,929 2,405 2,196 1,365
 Newaygo 263 17 77 63 68 38
 Oakland 43,931 2,489 9,067 11,481 12,312 8,582
 Oceana 148 9 29 43 42 25
 Ogemaw 53 5 17 12 10 9
 Ontonagon 16 0 3 6 5 2
 Osceola 188 7 56 43 39 43
 Oscoda 22 2 6 4 7 3
 Otsego 122 4 33 37 34 14
 Ottawa 2,626 129 626 834 667 370
 Presque Isle 45 2 15 12 12 4
 Roscommon 84 6 25 29 17 7
 Saginaw 11,458 647 2,586 3,168 3,116 1,941
 St. Clair 1,850 96 438 535 499 282
 St. Joseph 853 45 221 248 224 115
 Sanilac 137 7 35 37 36 22
 Schoolcraft 19 3 5 5 5 1
 Shiawassee 305 25 82 88 67 43
 Tuscola 335 14 47 57 54 163
 Van Buren 1,107 54 230 296 309 218
 Washtenaw 12,830 677 2,702 3,542 3,694 2,215
 Wayne 185,197 10,714 42,573 51,298 49,004 31,608
 Wexford 167 10 41 56 43 17

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 6/2018) 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 15-17 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: 07/11/2018