The Hispanic and Latino population grew by 22.3% between 2010 and 2018, with 162,963 residents in 2010 and 199,272 in 2018. Hispanic and Latino population counts can overlap with other demographic groups because they are considered ethnic identifiers, not a race; you can mark on Census forms that you are a race like white or black and also denote that you are Hispanic or Latino.
The two racial demographic groups that decreased where white and Native American. White residents still made up the largest portion of Gwinnett’s population, but decreased by 3.4%. There were 366,960 white residents in 2010 and 354,330 in 2018, according to the Census Bureau. The county’s small Native American population also decreased slightly, from 1611 residents to 1487, a 0.16% change.
Gwinnett’s overall population also grew in the past eight years, rising by 14.8%. The county went from 808,049 residents in 2010 to 927,781 in 2018.
— Newsroom Data Specialist Jennifer Peebles contributed to this report.
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