Michigan Population Trends by Race, 1990-2016
For Individuals of Hispanic Origin
Marquette County

Year White Black Native American Asian and
Pacific Islander
 Number   Percent   Number   Percent   Number   Percent   Number   Percent 
2016 831 85.0% 52 5.3% 86 8.8% 9 0.9%
2015 834 85.0% 52 5.3% 89 9.1% 6 0.6%
2014 819 85.3% 50 5.2% 83 8.7% 8 0.8%
2013 758 85.2% 55 6.2% 72 8.1% 5 0.6%
2012 763 85.2% 58 6.5% 69 7.7% 6 0.7%
2011 713 85.7% 51 6.1% 60 7.2% 8 1.0%
2010 688 87.3% 45 5.7% 50 6.4% 5 0.6%
2009 632 86.8% 39 5.4% 50 6.9% 7 1.0%
2008 628 87.2% 39 5.4% 47 6.5% 6 0.8%
2007 600 87.2% 39 5.7% 45 6.5% 4 0.6%
2006 585 87.6% 37 5.5% 39 5.8% 7 1.1%
2005 561 88.6% 32 5.1% 34 5.4% 6 1.0%
2004 542 90.8% 15 2.5% 32 5.4% 8 1.3%
2003 532 90.6% 15 2.6% 33 5.6% 7 1.2%
2002 520 90.8% 16 2.8% 32 5.6% 5 0.9%
2001 453 90.4% 13 2.6% 27 5.4% 8 1.6%
2000 403 89.4% 13 2.9% 29 6.4% 6 1.3%
1999 382 93.9% 6 1.5% 17 4.2% 2 0.5%
1998 375 93.8% 6 1.5% 17 4.3% 2 0.5%
1997 378 94.3% 6 1.5% 15 3.7% 2 0.5%
1996 372 94.4% 5 1.3% 15 3.8% 2 0.5%
1995 392 94.9% 5 1.2% 14 3.4% 2 0.5%
1994 437 95.0% 7 1.5% 13 2.8% 3 0.7%
1993 467 95.5% 6 1.2% 13 2.7% 3 0.6%
1992 470 95.1% 7 1.4% 13 2.6% 4 0.8%
1991 485 94.9% 9 1.8% 13 2.5% 4 0.8%

Notes:

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

Individuals identified as being of Hispanic origin are included in this table within the racial categories White, Black, Native American, and Asian/Pacific Islander.

Percent of total population.

Source: Table prepared by the Division for Vital Records and Health Statistics, Michigan Department of Community Health 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.

Last Updated: 08/16/2017