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Percentage Of African-American Population By StateRankUS States With The Largest Relative African American PopulationsAlone Or In Combination With Other Races, Per 2010 US Census1District of Columbia50.7% African American2Mississippi37.3% African American3Louisiana32.4% African American4Georgia31.4% African American6 more rows

Population of Ecuador (2018 and historical)YearPopulationDensity (P/Km²)201816,863,42568201716,624,85867201616,385,06866201516,144,3686512 more rows

The United States Census Bureau estimates North Dakota's population was 755,393 on July 1, 2017, a 12.3% increase since the 2010 United States Census. This makes North Dakota the U.S. state with the largest percentage in population growth since 2011.

US States (plus Washington D.C.) Population and RankingStatePopulation RankingPopulation Census Data: 2013District of Columbia49646,449Vermont50626,630Wyoming51582,658StatePopulation RankingPopulation Census Data: 201352 more rows

Population of South Korea (2018 and historical)YearPopulationDensity (P/Km²)201851,164,435526201750,982,212524201650,791,919522201550,593,66252012 more rows

The population of Seoul in 2016 is estimated at 10.29 million, although this is just the population of the Special City, which has a density of about 17,000 people per square kilometer (45,000/square mile). The sprawling metropolitan area is much larger at 25.6 million.Oct 20, 2017

Population of Belize (2018 and historical)YearPopulationDensity (P/Km²)2018382,444172017374,681162016366,954162015359,2881612 more rows

China has the world's largest population (1.4 billion), followed by India (1.3 billion). The next most-populous nations – the United States, Indonesia, Brazil and Pakistan – combined have less than 1 billion people.Jul 11, 2014

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