How Many Blacks live in Europe? Oct 19, 2022 9:26:06 GMT -5
Post by Radrook Admin on Oct 19, 2022 9:26:06 GMT -5
How Many Blacks live in Europe?
Races are not limited geographically but are numerically preponderant in some regions. For example, although the black race is found predominantly in Sub Saharan Africa, it is not limited to Africa. There are European blacks, South American Blacks, North American Blacks, North African Blacks, Middle Eastern Blacks, East Asian blacks, Australian Blacks, Caribbean blacks and blacks of Oceania. There are black communities all over Europe. Below is an example of the black demographics of certain countries in Europe.
In 2017, nearly three-quarters of Europe’s sub-Saharan migrant population lived in just four countries: the UK (1.27 million), France (980,000), Italy (370,000) and Portugal (360,000).
One report by the European Commission against Racism and Intolerance estimates there are 200,000 to 300,000 Black people living in Germany, although other sources guess that number is higher, upwards of 800,000.
Black residents constituted around 3 per cent of the United Kingdom's population in 2011. The figures have increased from the 1991 census when 1.63 per cent of the population were recorded as Black or Black British to 1.15 million residents in 2001, or 2 per cent of the population, this further increased to just over 1.9 million in 2011. Almost 97 per cent of Black Britons live in England, particularly in England's larger urban areas, with most (over a million) Black British living in Greater London.