Blacks or African Americans made up 42.1% of Little Rock's population; of which
42.0% were non-Hispanic blacks. American ...
Frequently requested statistics for Little Rock city Arkansas. ... i Population,
percent change - April 1, 2010 (estimates base) to July 1, 2015, (V2015), NA.
The 2014 Little Rock-North Little Rock Metro Area, Arkansas, population is
700,952. There are 172 people per square mile (population density). Family in
Little Rock is the capital and largest city of Arkansas and is located in the center
of the state in Pulaski County. Little Rock has a metropolitan area population of ...
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Little Rock is the capital and largest city of Arkansas and it's located near the very
center of Arkansas. Little Rock is located in Pulaski County and it was founded ...
Total population, 60,433, 100.0. SEX AND AGE. Male, 28,240, 46.7. Female,
32,193, 53.3. Under 5 years, 4,320, 7.1. 5 to 9 years, 4,324, 7.2. 10 to 14 years ...
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Little Rock, the capital city of Arkansas, is located near the center of the state on
the ... 2010 Census results indicate a population of 193,524, making it the 118th ...
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