What is the non white population of the UK?

What is the whitest place in the UK?

That figure is highest in Wales and the North east of England – the whitest borough is Blanaeu Gwent in Wales, where 96.5% of the population is white British, followed by Copeland in Cumbria, where only 2% of the population are not white.

What is the blackest city in the UK?

Almost 97% of Black Britons live in England, particularly in England’s larger urban areas, with most (over a million) Black British living in Greater London.

Black British people.

Total population
Wales 18,276 (0.6%) (2011 census)
Northern Ireland 3,616 (0.2%) (2011 census)
Languages

What percent of London is black?

the regions with the highest percentages of the Black population were London (13.3%) and the West Midlands (3.3%) – the lowest were the North East (0.5%) and Wales (0.6%)

What percentage of London is white 2021?

London’s 2021 population is now estimated at 9,425,622. In 1950, the population of London was 8,360,847. London has grown by 121,606 since 2015, which represents a 1.31% annual change.

London Population Data (Urban Area)

Place South East
White 90.7%
Asian 5.2%
Black 1.6%
Mixed 1.9%
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