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Changes in Race and Hispanic Distributions within California, 2000 - 2010 James P. Allen and Eugene Turner California State University, Northridge California.

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1 Changes in Race and Hispanic Distributions within California, James P. Allen and Eugene Turner California State University, Northridge California Geographical Society Bishop, CA April 30 - May 1, 2011 Photo by Greg Russell

2 Source: U.S. Census Bureau Percent Change in California Population by Decade Percent Change between Decades United States Other West California

3 400, , , , , ,000 Natural Increase Net Immigration Net Domestic Migration Components of Annual California Population Change, Annual Population Change Ending Year Source: California Department of Finance

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7 Turner, Eugene and James P. Allen. Issues in Depicting Population Change with Dot Maps Cartography and Geographic Information Scence, Vol. 37, No. 3, Pp Method of Mapping Change with Colored Dots

8 Major Race and Ethnic Groups in California, 2010 PopulationPercent Change NonHispanic Whites14,956, Hispanics (Latinos)14,013, Asians4,861, Black (African-American)2,227, American Indians362, Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islanders128, NonHispanic population reporting two or more races968, Total California population37,253,

9 Highest Pct. Growth Counties CountyPct. Chg Pop. Placer ,435 Napa149.79,223 Riverside ,468 El Dorado89.26,297 Madera78.92,802 Lowest Pct. Growth Counties County Pct. Chg Pop. San Benito13.01,443 San Francisco ,915 Yuba7.64,862 Monterey4.225,258 Imperial0.22,843 Asians Asian ChangePercent Asian Change 1,163,

10 Highest Pct. Growth Counties CountyPct. Chg Pop. Placer ,751 El Dorado73.31,409 Napa62.22,668 Yolo52.15,208 Riverside ,543 Highest Pct. Decline Counties CountyPct. Chg Pop. Los Angeles ,874 Alameda ,451 Monterey ,785 San Mateo ,436 San Francisco ,870 Blacks Black ChangePercent Black Change 35,1901.6

11 Highest Pct. Growth Counties CountyPct. Chg Pop. Placer86.144,710 Riverside ,257 Yuba72.818,051 Calaveras70.14,703 Lake67.011,088 Lowest Pct. Growth Counties CountyPct. Chg Pop. Santa Clara18.875,809 San Mateo18.027,794 Orange ,394 San Francisco11.212,270 Los Angeles ,676 Hispanics Hispanic ChangePercent Hispanic Change 3,047,

12 Highest Pct. Growth Counties CountyPct. Chg Pop. Placer ,294 Riverside ,068 El Dorado9.0144,689 Yuba7.942,416 Calaveras7.438,074 Highest Pct. Decline Counties CountyPct. Chg Pop. San Benito ,154 San Mateo ,609 Santa Clara ,909 Monterey ,435 Imperial ,927 Whites NH White ChangePercent NH White Change - 860,

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15 1.Asians and Hispanics are increasing most rapidly in the state; only NonHispanic Whites are decreasing 2. Whites are decreasing in most parts of the Bay area and in the more coastal sections of Southern California. Conclusions

16 3. Blacks are decreasing in Los Angeles County and the more populous counties of the Bay area. 4.Most specific CCDs that are growing rapidly appear to be new residential developments on former farm lands. Conclusions

17 5. All groups are expanding most into interior parts of the state, especially in Riverside County and the Central Valley. Growth has been especially strong in the broad zone between the Bay Area and Sacramento and Stockton and in nearby counties that extend into the Sierra Nevada. Conclusions

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