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Old 04-06-2011, 01:14 PM
 
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List of California communities with Hispanic majority populations - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

List of California communities with Hispanic majority populations
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The following is a list of California cities, towns, and census-designated places in which a majority (over 50%) of the population is Hispanic or Latino, according to data from the 2000 Census.
Contents [hide]
1 Places with over 100,000 people
2 Places with between 25,000 and 100,000 people
3 Places with between 10,000 and 25,000 people
4 Places with between 5,000 and 10,000 people
5 Places with fewer than 5,000 people
6 See also
[edit]Places with over 100,000 people

Downey (57.9%)
East Los Angeles (96.8%)
El Monte (72.4%)
Fontana (57.7%)
Norwalk (62.9%)
Ontario (59.9%)
Oxnard (66.2%)
Pomona (64.5%)
Salinas (64.1%)
Santa Ana (76.1%)
[edit]Places with between 25,000 and 100,000 people

Azusa (63.8%)
Baldwin Park (78.7%)
Bell Gardens (93.4%)
Bell (90.9%)
Calexico (95.3%)
Cathedral City (53.5%)
Colton (60.7%)
Compton (56.8%)
Delano (68.5%)
East Palo Alto (58.5%)
El Centro (74.6%)
Florence-Graham (85.9%)
Gilroy (53.8%)
Hollister (55.0%)
Huntington Park (95.6%)
Indio (75.4%)
La Puente (93.1%)
Lawndale (52.1%)
Los Banos (50.4%)
Lynwood (82.3%)
Madera (67.8%)
Maywood (96.3%)
Montclair (60.0%)
Montebello (74.6%)
National City (59.0%)
Paramount (72.3%)
Perris (56.2%)
Pico Rivera (88.3%)
Rialto (51.2%)
Rubidoux (54.3%)
Santa Paula (71.2%)
South Gate (92.0%)
South Whittier (69.3%)
Watsonville (75.1%)
West Whittier-Los Nietos (83.1%)
Whittier (55.9%)
Willowbrook (53.6%)
[edit]Places with between 10,000 and 25,000 people

Alum Rock (67.0%)
Arvin (83.5%)
Avenal (65.9%)
Avocado Heights (77.7%)
Bloomington (64.4%)
Blythe (53.5%)
Brawley (73.8%)
Citrus (64.8%)
Coachella (97.4%)
Commerce (93.6%)
Corcoran (59.7%)
Cudahy (94.1%)
Dinuba (75.0%)
Fillmore (66.6%)
Greenfield (87.9%)
Hawaiian Gardens (73.5%)
King City (80.4%)
Lamont (88.9%)
Lennox (89.8%)
Lindsay (78.0%)
Livingston (72.2%)
North Fair Oaks (69.6%)
Parlier (97.0%)
Patterson (57.0%)
Reedley (57.6%)
San Fernando (89.3%)
Sanger (80.9%)
Santa Fe Springs (71.4%)
Selma (71.8%)
Shafter (68.0%)
Soledad (86.8%)
South El Monte (86.0%)
South San Jose Hills (83.4%)
Valinda (74.7%)
Vincent (64.4%)
Walnut Park (95.8%)
Wasco (66.7%)
West Puente Valley (81.5%)
[edit]Places with between 5,000 and 10,000 people

August (56.0%)
Bret Harte (76.1%)
Calipatria (75.4%)
Castroville (86.3%)
Delhi (55.5%)
Earlimart (87.5%)
East Compton (77.2%)
East Porterville (63.1%)
El Rio (76.9%)
Farmersville (72.0%)
Firebaugh (87.6%)
Freedom (69.4%)
Garden Acres (53.1%)
Gonzales (86.0%)
Guadalupe (84.5%)
Holtville (73.9%)
Home Gardens (66.5%)
Huron (98.3%)
Imperial (70.0%)
Interlaken (62.1%)
Kerman (65.0%)
Madera Acres (50.9%)
McFarland (85.7%)
Mecca (98.0%)
Mendota (94.7%)
Muscoy (66.3%)
Newman (51.4%)
Orange Cove (90.6%)
Orosi (82.0%)
Shackelford (68.1%)
West Modesto (51.3%)
Winton (62.2%)
Woodlake (83.8%)
[edit]Places with fewer than 5,000 people

Alpaugh (54.1%)
Arbuckle (70.8%)
Biola (82.5%)
Boronda (72.5%)
Buena Vista (65.9%)
Buttonwillow (68.4%)
Bystrom (56.2%)
Calwa (94.6%)
Cantua Creek (93.8%)
Caruthers (53.3%)
Chualar (93.6%)
Cutler (96.2%)
Del Rey (93.5%)
Desert Shores (60.9%)
Dos Palos (54.2%)
Ducor (72.6%)
East Orosi (86.6%)
Easton (51.8%)
Fowler (67.3%)
Goshen (73.1%)
Grayson (72.1%)
Hamilton City (80.6%)
Heber (97.5%)
Highgrove (56.7%)
Home Garden (55.2%)
Industry (60.2%)
Irwindale (88.3%)
Kennedy (67.4%)
Kettleman City (92.7%)
Lanare (76.3%)
Las Lomas (83.9%)
Laton (68.9%)
Le Grand (78.8%)
London (90.2%)
Lost Hills (96.8%)
Macdoel (63.6%)
Mettler (84.7%)
Niland (55.3%)
Pajaro (94.2%)
Parksdale (81.8%)
Parkwood (65.2%)
Piru (67.9%)
Pixley (68.2%)
Planada (92.1%)
Poplar-Cotton Center (59.7%)
Raisin City (60.0%)
Richgrove (91.6%)
Riverdale Park (50.5%)
Riverdale (51.1%)
Romoland (55.4%)
San Ardo (65.7%)
San Joaquin (92.0%)
San Lucas (86.2%)
Seeley (81.5%)
Seven Trees (68.0%)
South Dos Palos (74.2%)
South San Gabriel (65.0%)
Stratford (75.9%)
Strathmore (68.5%)
Sunnyslope (53.1%)
Sunol-Midtown (64.3%)
Taft Mosswood (58.6%)
Terra Bella (84.0%)
Tipton (67.7%)
Tranquillity (64.9%)
Traver (75.4%)
Val Verde (51.6%)
Vernon (89.0%)
Weedpatch (89.2%)
Westley (83.9%)
Westmorland (82.2%)
Williams (71.2%)
Winterhaven (56.3%)
Woodville (82.5%)
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Old 04-06-2011, 01:27 PM
 
Location: Las Flores, Orange County, CA
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"We didn't cross the borders. The borders crossed us."
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Old 04-06-2011, 02:07 PM
 
Location: Pine Mountain Club, CA
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Sneaky Mexicans using the Ol' Trojan Horse stratagy.
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Old 04-06-2011, 06:07 PM
 
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So what does this post intend to prove?
There are plenty of other ethnicities here illegally. Does this issue matter
so much more, that a large number happen to be mexican? And if so, why??
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Old 04-06-2011, 06:13 PM
 
Location: Mexifornia
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California, the next Detroit.
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Old 04-06-2011, 06:20 PM
 
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Hate to break this to everone, but Mexicans were the original Californians long before any East Coaster arrived in state. Before the Mexicans were the Spanish, by whom Mexico is partly descended.

California will never be Detroit for two reasons. One, the natural habitat (climate and topography) will always attract newcomers. Two, the lifestyle. Whether it be SF, LA, or SD, or even the desert, people want to still come to California. This is opposite most states. Who wants to go to rural Nebraska or northern Minnesota?
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Old 04-06-2011, 06:21 PM
 
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California, the next Detroit.
We have some parts of LA county that are pretty much 99% immigrant (Huntington Park, Maywood) but they aren't anything like Detroit.

Detroit doesn't have many immigrants, we can blame the people who have always been there...
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Old 04-06-2011, 11:19 PM
 
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Hate to break this to everone, but Mexicans were the original Californians long before any East Coaster arrived in state. Before the Mexicans were the Spanish...
Hmm... I think some people might differ with your observation.
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Old 04-06-2011, 11:39 PM
 
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Sadly your list is 11 years old and way out of date, up those percentages but about 20 - 25% per any given City greater than 70%
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Old 04-07-2011, 01:10 AM
 
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Originally Posted by nowincal11 View Post
Hate to break this to everone, but Mexicans were the original Californians long before any East Coaster arrived in state. Before the Mexicans were the Spanish, by whom Mexico is partly descended.

California will never be Detroit for two reasons. One, the natural habitat (climate and topography) will always attract newcomers. Two, the lifestyle. Whether it be SF, LA, or SD, or even the desert, people want to still come to California. This is opposite most states. Who wants to go to rural Nebraska or northern Minnesota?
California was occupied by a very small number of Castilians when it was part of Mexico. The vast number of Mestizos of Meso-American heritage who claim this was their land have absolutely no roots whatsoever in California before the treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo was signed.

The irony is that Anglos are more similar to Castilians ethnically and culturally than the vast number of Mestizos of Meso-American heritage who claim California as part of "Aztlan".
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