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1.  Cerritos, California (21.4%, pop. 51,488)
2.  Ewa, Hawaii (22.9%, pop. 272,328)
3.  Honolulu, Hawaii (23.3%, pop. 371,657)
4.  Milpitas, California (23.8%, pop. 62,698)
5.  Union City, California (24.0%, pop. 66,869)
6.  Jersey City, New Jersey (28.3%, pop. 240,055)
7.  Vallejo, California (30.4%, pop. 116,760)
8.  Diamond Bar, California (31.0%, pop. 56,287)
9.  Daly City, California (31.6%, pop. 103,621)
10.  Gardena, California (31.8%, pop. 57,746)
11.  South San Francisco, California (31.8%, pop. 60,552)
12.  Bridgeport, Connecticut (31.9%, pop. 139,529)
13.  Pittsburg, California (32.2%, pop. 56,769)
14.  Stockton, California (32.5%, pop. 243,771)
15.  Garden Grove, California (32.5%, pop. 165,196)
16.  Koolaupoko, Hawaii (33.0%, pop. 117,994)
17.  Hayward, California (34.2%, pop. 140,030)
18.  Carson, California (34.9%, pop. 89,730)
19.  New York, New York (35.0%, pop. 8,008,278)
20.  Alhambra, California (35.5%, pop. 85,804)
21.  Dallas, Texas (35.6%, pop. 1,188,580)
22.  Oakland, California (35.7%, pop. 399,484)
23.  Long Beach, California (35.8%, pop. 461,522)
24.  San Jose, California (36.0%, pop. 894,943)
25.  Richmond, California (36.1%, pop. 99,216)
26.  Westminster, California (36.2%, pop. 88,207)
27.  Chicago, Illinois (36.8%, pop. 2,896,016)
28.  New Haven, Connecticut (37.4%, pop. 123,626)
29.  Houston, Texas (37.4%, pop. 1,953,631)
30.  North Las Vegas, Nevada (37.6%, pop. 115,488)
31.  Buena Park, California (38.2%, pop. 78,282)
32.  Hacienda Heights, California (38.3%, pop. 53,122)
33.  Moreno Valley, California (38.4%, pop. 142,381)
34.  Missouri City, Texas (38.6%, pop. 52,913)
35.  Silver Spring, Maryland (38.7%, pop. 76,540)
36.  Pasadena, California (39.1%, pop. 133,936)
37.  Killeen, Texas (39.8%, pop. 86,911)
38.  Fresno, California (39.9%, pop. 427,652)
39.  Wheaton-Glenmont, Maryland (40.0%, pop. 57,694)
40.  Arcadia, California (40.1%, pop. 53,054)
41.  Hartford, Connecticut (40.5%, pop. 121,578)
42.  Sacramento, California (40.5%, pop. 407,018)
43.  West Contra Costa, California (41.0%, pop. 236,008)
44.  Palmdale, California (41.0%, pop. 116,670)
45.  Brooklyn, New York (41.2%, pop. 2,465,326)
46.  Monterey Park, California (41.2%, pop. 60,051)
47.  Rosemead, California (41.3%, pop. 53,505)
48.  Merced, California (41.4%, pop. 63,893)
49.  Fremont, California (41.4%, pop. 203,413)
50.  Southwest San Gabriel Valley, California (42.3%, pop. 320,008)
51.  San Leandro, California (42.3%, pop. 79,452)
52.  Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (43.2%, pop. 1,517,550)
53.  Bellflower, California (43.2%, pop. 72,878)
54.  Saginaw, Michigan (43.3%, pop. 61,799)
55.  Miramar, Florida (43.3%, pop. 72,739)
56.  San Francisco, California (43.6%, pop. 776,733)
57.  Port Arthur, Texas (43.7%, pop. 57,755)
58.  Chino Hills, California (43.8%, pop. 66,787)
59.  Durham, North Carolina (43.8%, pop. 187,035)
60.  Queens, New York (44.1%, pop. 2,229,379)
61.  Galveston, Texas (44.2%, pop. 57,247)
62.  Hawthorne, California (44.3%, pop. 84,112)
63.  Rochester, New York (44.3%, pop. 219,773)
64.  Waukegan, Illinois (44.8%, pop. 87,901)
65.  Tustin, California (44.8%, pop. 67,504)
66.  Milwaukee, Wisconsin (45.4%, pop. 596,974)
67.  Riverside, California (45.6%, pop. 255,166)
68.  West Covina, California (45.7%, pop. 105,080)
69.  Providence, Rhode Island (45.8%, pop. 173,618)
70.  Fort Worth, Texas (45.8%, pop. 534,694)
71.  Beaumont, Texas (45.8%, pop. 113,866)
72.  West Palm Beach, Florida (46.0%, pop. 82,103)
73.  Upper San Gabriel Valley, California (46.3%, pop. 320,969)
74.  Sunnyvale, California (46.5%, pop. 131,760)
75.  Los Angeles, California (46.5%, pop. 3,694,820)
76.  Fayetteville, North Carolina (46.6%, pop. 121,015)
77.  Anaheim, California (46.8%, pop. 328,014)
78.  Norfolk, Virginia (47.0%, pop. 234,403)
79.  Corona, California (47.0%, pop. 124,966)
80.  Inglewood, California (47.1%, pop. 112,580)
81.  Grand Prairie, Texas (47.2%, pop. 127,427)
82.  Chino, California (47.4%, pop. 67,168)
83.  Victorville, California (47.5%, pop. 64,029)
84.  Yuma, Arizona (47.5%, pop. 77,515)
85.  San Bernardino, California (47.5%, pop. 185,401)
86.  Victoria, Texas (47.7%, pop. 60,603)
87.  Santa Fe, New Mexico (47.8%, pop. 62,203)
88.  Cupertino, California (47.8%, pop. 50,546)
89.  Pontiac, Michigan (47.9%, pop. 66,337)
90.  Reading, Pennsylvania (48.1%, pop. 81,207)
91.  Columbia, South Carolina (48.2%, pop. 116,278)
92.  Pasadena, Texas (48.2%, pop. 141,674)
93.  Irving, Texas (48.2%, pop. 191,615)
94.  Santa Clara, California (48.3%, pop. 102,361)
95.  Bronx, New York (48.4%, pop. 1,332,650)
96.  Hampton, Virginia (48.5%, pop. 146,437)
97.  Columbus, Georgia (48.6%, pop. 185,781)
98.  Marietta, Georgia (48.6%, pop. 58,748)
99.  Fullerton, California (48.7%, pop. 126,003)
100.  Springfield, Massachusetts (48.8%, pop. 152,082)





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