Indiana is a diverse state with a population of 6.7 million people. According to the most recent census, the majority of the population is white, making up 5.22 million people. Black people make up 595,406 of the population, and other ethnicities make up the remaining population. When it comes to educational attainment, white people have the highest high school graduation rate at 91.20%.
Asians have the highest rate of bachelor's degrees at 57.45%. The race least likely to be in poverty in Indiana is white, with 10.28% below the poverty level. Indiana is home to many different ethnicities and cultures. The state has a large Hispanic population, with over 500,000 people identifying as Hispanic or Latino. There are also over 200,000 Asian Americans living in Indiana, with the largest groups being Chinese, Indian, and Filipino.
Additionally, there are over 100,000 Native Americans living in Indiana. Indiana also has a large African American population, with over 500,000 people identifying as black or African American. The largest cities in Indiana with significant African American populations are Indianapolis, Fort Wayne, and Gary. Additionally, there are over 100,000 Middle Easterners living in Indiana. Overall, Indiana is a diverse state with many different ethnicities and cultures represented. From white people to African Americans to Native Americans and more, Indiana is home to many different ethnicities.