If we take a look at the population of Indiana, we can see that the majority of its 6.8 million residents are white, making up 5.12 million of the population. Following this, the second most common race is black, with a population of. In the 1980 census, black people were replaced by blacks, and other races were added, such as Spanish-speaking people who were changed to people of Spanish origin. The 1980 census also included demographic data for Asians, American Indians, Eskimos, and Aleuts.
Overall, white people make up the majority of Indiana's population, with black people coming in second place.