Hispanic Population by Specific Origin 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).  Census 2010 identifies approximately 70 Hispanic specific origin subgroups.

Use the interactive table at http://proximityone.com/hispanic_origin.htm  to gain 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.

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