Hispanic Population by Specific Origin
- examining Hispanic demographics by county
The Hispanic or Latino population group is comprised of many specific origin subgroups. The specific origin subgroups are often associated with different regions of the world. Many specific origin subgroups tend to cluster by location within the U.S. both as a result of the geography of emigration (e.g., Mexico to Texas) and association with where same subgroup emigrants have settled (e.g., Cuba to New York). This section provides insights into how the Hispanic specific origin subgroups are distributed across the U.S. by county. Tools are provided to analyze geographic and subgroup patterns of interest.
Census 2010 identifies approximately 70 Hispanic specific origin subgroups (see list). The table presented below shows the U.S. Census 2010 Hispanic population for a summary of these specific origin subgroups organized into 28 more aggregated groups. The Census 2010 population by county for these same 28 subgroups is presented in an interactive table below in this section.
See related section:
Hispanic Population by Specific Origin by ZIP Code
Hispanic Population by Specific Origin by County: Census 2010
Scroll section ... 63% of the Census 2010 Hispanic population is Mexican.
Visual Pattern Analysis with GIS Tools -- scroll section
Thematic pattern views below show selected Hispanic specific origin groups. Patterns are shown in the legend at left of map. The color/interval shows the percent of the total of the Hispanic specific origin in each county. Counties with fewer than 1,000 population in the Hispanic specific origin group are not shown (fifth interval).
Maps developed with CVGIS software and related GIS project/datasets. Click graphic for lager view. Install CVGIS and GIS project for flexible analysis; add your own data. Create difference views.
Hispanic Population by Specific Origin by County -- interactive table
Click column header to sort; click again to sort other direction. See related interactive tables
Table Notes and Usage
Table Columns - scroll section
Click ShowAll button between specific queries.
Click on a column header to sort ascending/descending on that column.
Use State dropdown box below table to select/filter on a state.
Use Find in Name to find an area based on partial case-sensitive name.
- Click ShowAll button first.
- Key in any part of name and click Find in Name button.
- Search will filter for any name with that exact, case sensitive, spelling.
- San Diego is used as an example.
Hispanic by Specific Origin Categories and Codes
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