Texas Hispanic or Latino Origin Population Percentage by County

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Resident population: Hispanic or Latino Origin, percent, 2010 - (Percent)
County Value
Anderson 15.9
Andrews 48.7
Angelina 19.8
Aransas 24.6
Archer 7.5
Armstrong 6.5
Atascosa 61.9
Austin 23.4
Bailey 59.8
Bandera 16.7
Bastrop 32.6
Baylor 12.2
Bee 56.2
Bell 21.6
Bexar 58.7
Blanco 18.2
Borden 14.8
Bosque 16.1
Bowie 6.5
Brazoria 27.7
Brazos 23.3
Brewster 42.4
Briscoe 25.1
Brooks 91.2
Brown 19.6
Burleson 18.4
Burnet 20.2
Caldwell 47.1
Calhoun 46.4
Callahan 7.6
Cameron 88.1
Camp 21.4
Carson 8.5
Cass 3.5
Castro 59.9
Chambers 18.9
Cherokee 20.6
Childress 26.8
Clay 4.3
Cochran 52.9
Coke 18.1
Coleman 16.0
Collin 14.7
Collingsworth 30.0
Colorado 26.1
Comal 24.9
Comanche 25.8
Concho 53.2
Cooke 15.6
Coryell 15.9
Cottle 21.0
Crane 55.1
Crockett 63.2
Crosby 52.3
Culberson 76.2
Dallam 40.5
Dallas 38.3
Dawson 53.4
Deaf Smith 67.3
Delta 5.5
Denton 18.2
DeWitt 32.4
Dickens 29.0
Dimmit 86.2
Donley 8.4
Duval 88.5
Eastland 14.4
Ector 52.7
Edwards 51.3
El Paso 82.2
Ellis 23.5
Erath 19.2
Falls 20.8
Fannin 9.5
Fayette 18.7
Fisher 25.1
Floyd 52.9
Foard 14.0
Fort Bend 23.7
Franklin 12.6
Freestone 13.6
Frio 77.8
Gaines 36.6
Galveston 22.4
Garza 47.1
Gillespie 20.0
Glasscock 30.8
Goliad 34.1
Gonzales 47.2
Gray 23.8
Grayson 11.3
Gregg 16.4
Grimes 21.2
Guadalupe 35.6
Hale 55.9
Hall 32.4
Hamilton 10.1
Hansford 43.3
Hardeman 21.5
Hardin 4.4
Harris 40.8
Harrison 11.1
Hartley 23.9
Haskell 24.0
Hays 35.3
Hemphill 28.5
Henderson 10.8
Hidalgo 90.6
Hill 18.3
Hockley 43.6
Hood 10.2
Hopkins 15.3
Houston 10.0
Howard 37.9
Hudspeth 79.6
Hunt 13.6
Hutchinson 19.8
Irion 25.5
Jack 14.2
Jackson 29.0
Jasper 5.6
Jeff Davis 33.7
Jefferson 17.0
Jim Hogg 92.6
Jim Wells 79.0
Johnson 18.1
Jones 24.8
Karnes 49.8
Kaufman 17.0
Kendall 20.4
Kenedy 76.7
Kent 14.9
Kerr 24.0
Kimble 23.4
King 13.6
Kinney 55.7
Kleberg 70.2
Knox 29.6
La Salle 86.0
Lamar 6.5
Lamb 51.7
Lampasas 17.5
Lavaca 16.0
Lee 22.4
Leon 13.5
Liberty 18.0
Limestone 19.1
Lipscomb 30.5
Live Oak 35.2
Llano 8.0
Loving 22.0
Lubbock 31.9
Lynn 46.4
Madison 19.7
Marion 3.1
Martin 43.5
Mason 21.5
Matagorda 38.3
Maverick 95.7
McCulloch 29.9
McLennan 23.6
McMullen 36.9
Medina 49.7
Menard 35.2
Midland 37.7
Milam 23.3
Mills 16.6
Mitchell 37.0
Montague 9.8
Montgomery 20.8
Moore 52.7
Morris 7.8
Motley 13.5
Nacogdoches 17.6
Navarro 23.8
Newton 2.8
Nolan 33.5
Nueces 60.6
Ochiltree 48.7
Oldham 11.8
Orange 5.8
Palo Pinto 17.7
Panola 8.3
Parker 10.6
Parmer 60.0
Pecos 67.3
Polk 13.1
Potter 35.3
Presidio 83.4
Rains 7.7
Randall 16.4
Reagan 60.9
Real 24.6
Red River 6.6
Reeves 74.2
Refugio 47.2
Roberts 8.0
Robertson 18.0
Rockwall 15.9
Runnels 32.0
Rusk 14.3
Sabine 3.2
San Augustine 6.0
San Jacinto 10.9
San Patricio 54.4
San Saba 28.0
Schleicher 44.4
Scurry 36.3
Shackelford 10.1
Shelby 16.4
Sherman 40.4
Smith 17.2
Somervell 19.2
Starr 95.7
Stephens 20.9
Sterling 31.9
Stonewall 14.0
Sutton 59.6
Swisher 40.1
Tarrant 26.7
Taylor 22.1
Terrell 47.5
Terry 49.1
Throckmorton 9.3
Titus 39.6
Tom Green 35.7
Travis 33.5
Trinity 7.7
Tyler 6.8
Upshur 6.6
Upton 49.0
Uvalde 69.3
Val Verde 80.2
Van Zandt 9.2
Victoria 43.9
Walker 16.8
Waller 29.0
Ward 47.6
Washington 13.8
Webb 95.7
Wharton 37.4
Wheeler 24.8
Wichita 16.6
Wilbarger 25.9
Willacy 87.2
Williamson 23.2
Wilson 38.2
Winkler 53.8
Wise 17.1
Wood 8.5
Yoakum 58.7
Young 16.4
Zapata 93.3
Zavala 93.9

Value for Texas (Percent): 37.6%

Data item: Resident population: Hispanic or Latino Origin, percent, 2010

Source: U.S. Bureau of the Census, County Population Estimates by Demographic Characteristics - Age, Sex, Race, and Hispanic Origin; updated annually for states and counties. http://www.census.gov/popest/counties/asrh/. 2010 Census of Population and Housing for places; updated every 10 years. http://factfinder2.census.gov

Definition:

Hispanics or Latinos are those people who classified themselves in one of the specific Spanish, Hispanic, or Latino categories listed on the Census 2010 questionnaire -"Mexican," "Puerto Rican", or "Cuban"-as well as those who indicate that they are "another Hispanic, Latino, or Spanish origin." People who do not identify with one of the specific origins listed on the questionnaire but indicate that they are "another Hispanic, Latino, or Spanish origin" are those whose origins are from Spain, the Spanish-speaking countries of Central or South America, or the Dominican Republic. The terms "Hispanic," "Latino," and "Spanish" are used interchangeably.

Origin can be viewed as the heritage, nationality group, lineage, or country of birth of the person or the person's parents or ancestors before their arrival in the United States.

People who identify their origin as Spanish, Hispanic, or Latino may be of any race. Thus, the percent Hispanic should not be added to percentages for racial categories.

NonHispanic White persons are those who responded "No, not Spanish/Hispanic/Latino" and who reported "White" as their only entry in the race question. More complete tallies that show race categories for Hispanics and nonHispanics separately are also available.

Scope and Methodology:

The 2010 data on the Hispanic or Latino population were derived from answers to a question that was asked of all people in Census 2010.

Estimates for states and counties for years after 2010 are developed using a cohort-component method whereby each component of population change - births, deaths, domestic migration, and international migration - is estimated separately for each birth cohort by sex, race, and Hispanic origin.

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