2020 Census Redistricting Data: Latinos and America’s Future
Welcome to the NALEO Educational Fund hub for all organizational analysis on the 2020 Census redistricting data!
Since these long-awaited data were released to the public, NALEO Educational Fund has been hard at work analyzing the many layers of the redistricting data so that we can better understand how the Latino population has grown in the United States and what this means for the nation as we look to the future.
We are thrilled to share our exploration of the data with you in a centralized location so that you have quick and easy access to our insights and analysis!
January 18, 2022
Report: North Carolina’s Latino Population Has Grown Nearly 40 Percent Over Last Decade
December 21, 2021
Report: California’s Latino Population Has Grown More Than 11 Percent Over Past Decade
December 14, 2021
Report: New York’s Latino Population Has Grown
More Than 15 Percent Over Past Decade
November 30, 2021
New Census Research Charts Florida’s Latino Population Growth Statewide and Within Its 10 Largest Counties
November 3, 2021
New Census Research Charts Latino Population Growth Across Texas and Within 10 Largest Cities
November 2, 2021
NALEO Educational Fund’s Response to Urban Institute Report on Possible 2020 Census Undercount
August 13, 2021
NALEO Educational Fund Statement on Youth Data in the 2020 Census Redistricting Data
13 de agosto, 2021
Declaración de el Fondo Educativo NALEO sobre la población jóven en los datos del Censo 2020 para la redistribución legislativa
August 12, 2021
NALEO Educational Fund Statement on Release of 2020 Census Redistricting Data
12 de agosto, 2021
Declaración de el Fondo Educativo NALEO sobre
la publicación de datos del Censo 2020 para la redistribución legislativa
Between 2010 and 2020, North Carolina’s population grew from 9.5 million to 10.4 million, an increase of 9.5%.
Between 2010 and 2020, California’s population grew from 37.3 million to 39.5 million, an increase of 6.1%.
Between 2010 and 2020, New York’s population grew from 19.4 million to 20.2 million, an increase of 4.2%.
The Florida Latino population increase between 2010 and 2020 exceeded the growth of other population groups.
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