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Mobile city, Alabama

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Black or African American alone, percent(a)

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Mobile city, Alabama
50.4%
Alabaster city, Alabama
14.5%
Albertville city, Alabama
3.0%
Alexander City city, Alabama
35.8%
Andalusia city, Alabama
26.5%
Anniston city, Alabama
49.2%
Arab city, Alabama
0.8%
Athens city, Alabama
16.4%
Atmore city, Alabama
52.7%
Attalla city, Alabama
20.5%
Auburn city, Alabama
17.5%
Bay Minette city, Alabama
41.5%
Bessemer city, Alabama
69.9%
Birmingham city, Alabama
71.6%
Boaz city, Alabama
2.1%
Brewton city, Alabama
43.2%
Brook Highland CDP, Alabama
15.4%
Calera city, Alabama
27.9%
Center Point city, Alabama
67.9%
Chelsea city, Alabama
5.0%
Chickasaw city, Alabama
46.3%
Clanton city, Alabama
20.7%
Clay city, Alabama
20.9%
Cullman city, Alabama
0.8%
Daleville city, Alabama
21.3%
Daphne city, Alabama
14.9%
Decatur city, Alabama
21.8%
Demopolis city, Alabama
56.4%
Dothan city, Alabama
33.7%
Enterprise city, Alabama
21.7%
Eufaula city, Alabama
50.2%
Fairfield city, Alabama
91.7%
Fairhope city, Alabama
5.1%
Florence city, Alabama
18.8%
Foley city, Alabama
15.8%
Forestdale CDP, Alabama
73.1%
Fort Payne city, Alabama
3.1%
Fultondale city, Alabama
15.6%
Gadsden city, Alabama
35.0%
Gardendale city, Alabama
11.7%
Glencoe city, Alabama
1.9%
Grayson Valley CDP, Alabama
41.9%
Greenville city, Alabama
55.5%
Gulf Shores city, Alabama
0.3%
Guntersville city, Alabama
12.2%
Hamilton city, Alabama
7.7%
Hartselle city, Alabama
8.3%
Harvest CDP, Alabama
18.3%
Helena city, Alabama
13.3%
Homewood city, Alabama
14.2%
Hoover city, Alabama
17.6%
Hueytown city, Alabama
33.7%
Huntsville city, Alabama
30.8%
Irondale city, Alabama
35.2%
Jacksonville city, Alabama
23.5%
Jasper city, Alabama
15.3%
Lanett city, Alabama
59.8%
Leeds city, Alabama
16.1%
Lincoln city, Alabama
24.1%
Madison city, Alabama
14.8%
Margaret town, Alabama
23.3%
Meadowbrook CDP, Alabama
2.9%
Meridianville CDP, Alabama
20.5%
Midfield city, Alabama
86.1%
Millbrook city, Alabama
26.7%
Monroeville city, Alabama
60.8%
Montevallo city, Alabama
23.0%
Montgomery city, Alabama
60.0%
Moody city, Alabama
14.1%
Moores Mill CDP, Alabama
20.5%
Mountain Brook city, Alabama
0.9%
Muscle Shoals city, Alabama
13.0%
Northport city, Alabama
26.4%
Oneonta city, Alabama
9.1%
Opelika city, Alabama
43.2%
Opp city, Alabama
18.6%
Orange Beach city, Alabama
0.7%
Oxford city, Alabama
13.7%
Ozark city, Alabama
32.5%
Pelham city, Alabama
11.2%
Pell City city, Alabama
14.3%
Phenix City city, Alabama
44.0%
Pike Road town, Alabama
28.7%
Pinson city, Alabama
15.6%
Pleasant Grove city, Alabama
54.7%
Prattville city, Alabama
19.2%
Prichard city, Alabama
88.1%
Rainbow City city, Alabama
14.3%
Rainsville city, Alabama
0.6%
Roanoke city, Alabama
44.8%
Robertsdale city, Alabama
3.5%
Russellville city, Alabama
9.4%
Saks CDP, Alabama
27.3%
Saraland city, Alabama
11.6%
Satsuma city, Alabama
10.7%
Scottsboro city, Alabama
5.4%
Selma city, Alabama
80.4%
Semmes city, Alabama
5.5%
Sheffield city, Alabama
22.9%
Smiths Station city, Alabama
10.5%
Southside city, Alabama
1.6%
Spanish Fort city, Alabama
5.2%
Sylacauga city, Alabama
35.4%
Talladega city, Alabama
48.1%
Tarrant city, Alabama
51.1%
Theodore CDP, Alabama
15.2%
Tillmans Corner CDP, Alabama
14.7%
Troy city, Alabama
41.4%
Trussville city, Alabama
5.8%
Tuscaloosa city, Alabama
44.2%
Tuscumbia city, Alabama
22.0%
Tuskegee city, Alabama
96.6%
Valley city, Alabama
41.4%
Vestavia Hills city, Alabama
3.8%
Wetumpka city, Alabama
35.7%
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Value Notes

Estimates are not comparable to other geographic levels due to methodology differences that may exist between different data sources.

Some estimates presented here come from sample data, and thus have sampling errors that may render some apparent differences between geographies statistically indistinguishable. Click the Quick Info icon to the left of each row in TABLE view to learn about sampling error.

The vintage year (e.g., V2018) refers to the final year of the series (2010 thru 2018). Different vintage years of estimates are not comparable.

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QuickFacts data are derived from: Population Estimates, American Community Survey, Census of Population and Housing, Current Population Survey, Small Area Health Insurance Estimates, Small Area Income and Poverty Estimates, State and County Housing Unit Estimates, County Business Patterns, Nonemployer Statistics, Economic Census, Survey of Business Owners, Building Permits.

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