46%

of Black immigrants in the U.S. were born in Caribbean nations, as of 2019

Source: Pew Research Center
Additional Information: Another 42% hail from African countries. The remaining 12% are from other parts of the world, including sizable shares from Guyana, Mexico, and Honduras. This include U.S. residents and naturalized citizens.
Reference: For more information, read the 2021 Pew Research Center analysis, "The Growing Diversity of Black America." "The Growing Diversity of Black America."

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