Between 2014 and 2015, more white people left Connecticut or died than moved in or were born, according to new estimates released by the U.S. Census.
Litchfield County saw the sharpest decrease by 0.87 percent. That’s a difference of about 1,500 residents.
Meanwhile, minority populations increased in all counties (except for Asians in Windham).
Tolland County saw the largest increases with black, Hispanic and Asian residents rising between 3 and 4 percent each between 2014 and 2015.
Hispanic residents increased the most in Middlesex County at 4 percent.
Though estimates show the white population decreasing between 2014 and 2015, there are still more white residents compared to 2010.
Fairfield County’s white population has expanded 0.76 percent since 2010.
Litchfield County had a bump in population between 2014 and 2015 among black, Hispanic, and Asian residents with increases of 18, 21, and 13 percent respectively.
Hispanic residents increased the most in Middlesex County— up 26 percent.
Tolland County’s largest ethnic resident increase was among Asians with 22 percent between 2010 and 2015.
Browse the table below to see how the population has evolved for different ethnicities in Connecticut.