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This comes amid the fact that in recent years, an influx of whites, Asians and Hispanics into Atlanta has shifted the demographics in what was once a city guaranteed to elect a black mayor.
In fact, the percentage of blacks dropped to 54 percent in 2010 from 61 percent in 2000.
The demographic changes are due to an influx of whites into gentrifying intown neighborhoods, such as East Atlanta and the Old Fourth Ward, coupled with a movement of blacks into adjacent suburbs, such as Clayton County. The city of Atlanta has recently become relatively more diverse.
Note that this phenomenon is not unique to Atlanta, as Washington, D. The city long consisted overwhelmingly of blacks and non-Hispanic whites; those groups made up 92.1% of the city in 1990, but by 2010 their proportion had shrunk to 85.0%.
Norwood, who is white, would have become the city's first non-black mayor since 1974.
Atlanta is the largest city in the state of Georgia.
Atlanta ranks as the 38th-largest in the United States, and the sixth-largest city in the southeastern region.
This is an increase of 62.4% over Atlanta's resident population, making it the largest gain in daytime population in the country among cities with fewer than 500,000 residents.
1850 - 2,572 1960 - 487,455 (metro 1,312,474) 1970 - 496,973 (metro 1,763,626) 1980 - 425,022 (metro 2,233,324) 1990 - 394,017 (metro 2,959,950) 2000 - 416,474 (metro 4,112,198) 2010 - 420,003 (metro 5,268,860) Atlanta's changing demographics have had effects on its political system.