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 409,953 22,853 91,981 113,664 110,164 71,291
 Alcona 18 2 3 4 9 0
 Alger 38 3 10 11 8 6
 Allegan 913 53 190 295 231 144
 Alpena 88 6 19 23 27 13
 Antrim 61 4 16 20 14 7
 Arenac 53 5 11 14 13 10
 Baraga 34 4 6 7 12 5
 Barry 231 14 52 72 57 36
 Bay 1,082 57 241 343 284 157
 Benzie 73 6 14 21 16 16
 Berrien 7,758 404 1,775 2,278 2,015 1,286
 Branch 188 13 51 59 42 23
 Calhoun 5,578 297 1,310 1,579 1,482 910
 Cass 1,011 58 196 285 283 189
 Charlevoix 88 7 16 23 23 19
 Cheboygan 86 6 22 21 21 16
 Chippewa 163 10 32 57 39 25
 Clare 130 7 30 32 39 22
 Clinton 624 33 130 163 180 118
 Crawford 75 5 26 23 10 11
 Delta 138 8 34 39 28 29
 Dickinson 77 4 20 24 15 14
 Eaton 2,392 138 492 689 634 439
 Emmet 142 6 31 42 35 28
 Genesee 25,914 1,415 5,818 7,251 6,973 4,457
 Gladwin 73 4 15 22 16 16
 Gobebic 48 2 8 13 10 15
 Grand Traverse 419 25 101 111 123 59
 Gratiot 187 10 49 51 52 25
 Hillsdale 202 10 39 41 61 51
 Houghton 85 7 27 22 18 11
 Huron 101 4 16 32 30 19
 Ingham 12,393 617 2,820 3,534 3,415 2,007
 Ionia 320 20 70 84 90 56
 Iosco 102 6 22 25 27 22
 Iron 33 1 7 11 8 6
 Isabella 594 43 155 158 140 98
 Jackson 4,410 226 1,040 1,260 1,167 717
 Kalamazoo 11,049 543 2,496 3,178 2,962 1,870
 Kalkaska 80 4 16 19 25 16
 Kent 25,491 1,336 5,742 7,362 6,773 4,278
 Keweenaw 6 0 1 3 2 0
 Lake 257 14 59 59 76 49
 Lapeer 329 13 60 83 71 102
 Leelanau 85 3 24 26 18 14
 Lenawee 983 47 231 239 246 220
 Livingston 464 27 90 122 142 83
 Luce 23 0 6 9 4 4
 Mackinac 70 2 13 14 20 21
 Macomb 32,003 1,732 7,069 8,710 8,801 5,691
 Manistee 115 5 26 30 34 20
 Marquette 264 16 79 73 59 37
 Mason 191 10 35 67 47 32
 Mecosta 385 32 102 100 86 65
 Menominee 92 4 26 23 22 17
 Midland 531 30 118 174 148 61
 Missaukee 75 7 21 20 16 11
 Monroe 1,499 68 333 399 411 288
 Montcalm 279 16 69 79 69 46
 Montmorency 28 2 11 5 7 3
 Muskegon 8,321 438 1,920 2,391 2,203 1,369
 Newaygo 263 18 79 63 66 37
 Oakland 44,002 2,559 9,150 11,451 12,249 8,593
 Oceana 148 9 29 43 43 24
 Ogemaw 53 5 19 11 9 9
 Ontonagon 17 3 2 6 5 1
 Osceola 191 9 56 42 41 43
 Oscoda 25 2 7 4 8 4
 Otsego 127 10 30 38 34 15
 Ottawa 2,584 135 601 812 664 372
 Presque Isle 47 4 13 13 13 4
 Roscommon 86 6 26 28 19 7
 Saginaw 11,402 588 2,553 3,181 3,127 1,953
 St. Clair 1,838 93 426 530 501 288
 St. Joseph 860 55 213 248 227 117
 Sanilac 134 7 33 36 37 21
 Schoolcraft 21 3 6 5 6 1
 Shiawassee 303 19 82 90 68 44
 Tuscola 336 14 46 56 56 164
 Van Buren 1,127 64 233 296 316 218
 Washtenaw 12,665 616 2,667 3,506 3,660 2,216
 Wayne 185,020 10,735 42,210 51,226 49,084 31,765
 Wexford 162 10 39 55 42 16

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 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: 07/20/2017