The black population has grown 17% since 2010 to reach 1.3 million, the Latino population 14% to 440,000, and the Asian population 31% percent to 276,000, census numbers say.
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, black or Asian, and also denote that you are Latino.
COBB: Black, Latino population rises; number of whites drops slightly
DEKALB: Latino population declines while Asian numbers rise
FULTON: Asian, black populations fastest growing
GWINNETT: Minority populations continue to grow