By ethnicity, 38.8% of the total population is Hispanic-Latino (of any race) and 61.4% Non-Hispanic (of any race).
Hispanics are the largest ethnic group in California.
In 2015, California had the largest ethnic/racial minority population in the United States.
How many Mexicans live in the US?
As of July 2016, Mexican Americans made up 11.2% of the United States’ population, as 36.3 million U.S. residents identified as being of full or partial Mexican ancestry. As of July 2016, Mexican Americans comprised 63.2% of all Hispanics and Latinos in the United States.
What US city has the largest Mexican population?
- New York, N.Y. Hispanic Population: 2.27 million.
- Los Angeles, Calif. Hispanic Population: 1.8 million.
- Houston, Texas. Hispanic Population: 908,000.
- San Antonio, Texas. Hispanic Population: 807,000.
- Chicago, Ill. Hispanic Population: 774,000.
- Phoenix, Ariz. Hispanic Population: 643,000.
- Dallas, Texas.
- El Paso, Texas.
How many people in California are Hispanic?
It’s official: Hispanics are now the largest ethnic group in California. About 15 million Hispanics lived in California on July 1, 2014, compared to roughly 14.9 million non-Hispanic whites, according to U.S. Census Bureau estimates released late last week.30 Jun 2015
Which country has the most black population?
Largest African diaspora populations
|United States||46,350,467||including people citing both black and another race|
|Dominican Republic||7,985,991||Including multiracial population, 11% (black) + 72.9% (Multiracial / Mulatto)|
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What is the majority race in Los Angeles?
The racial/ethnic/cultural composition of Los Angeles as of the 2005-2009 American Community Survey was as follows: White: 41.3% (Non-Hispanic Whites: 29.4%) Hispanic or Latino (of any race): 47.5% Black or African American: 9.8%
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