Posts tagged ‘California Voter Ethnicity by Locality’

Ranking of Top Dozen California Cities by Percentage of Filipino Voters

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This graphic ranks the twelve largest California cities by the identified Filipino voters as a percentage of all registered voters.

San Jose and the three port cities of San Diego, San Francisco, and Long Beach have the highest voter populations of Filipinos. San Jose’s Filipino voter population is part of a larger Asian-American voting block that places San Jose among the top cities in all of the larger Asian-American voter groups.

Size is determined by population in the July 2008 Census Bureau estimates.

Ethnic identification based on name and neighborhood characteristics. Note that, while the data allow comparisons, the estimated percentages will tend to underestimate the actual percentage.

Source of data: U. S. Census Bureau; Labels and Lists of Bellevue, Washington.

Ranking of Top Dozen California Cities by Percentage of Indian/Hindu Voters

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This graphic ranks the twelve largest California cities by the identified Indian/Hindu voters as a percentage of all registered voters.

San Jose has a considerable lead over all the other major California cities in its Indian/Hindu voting population. San Jose’s Indian/Hindu voter population is part of a larger Asian-American voting block that places San Jose among the top cities in all of the larger Asian-American voter groups.

Size is determined by population in the July 2008 Census Bureau estimates.

Ethnic identification based on name and neighborhood characteristics. Note that, while the data allow comparisons, the estimated percentages will tend to underestimate the actual percentage.

Source of data: U. S. Census Bureau; Labels and Lists of Bellevue, Washington.

Ranking of Top Dozen California Cities by Percentage of Vietnamese Voters

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This graphic ranks the twelve largest California cities by the identified Vietnamese voters as a percentage of all registered voters.

San Jose and Santa Ana have the largest concentrations of Vietnamese voters. San Jose’s Vietnamese voter population is part of a larger Asian-American voting block that places San Jose among the top cities in all of the larger Asian-American voter groups.

Size is determined by population in the July 2008 Census Bureau estimates.

Ethnic identification based on name and neighborhood characteristics. Note that, while the data allow comparisons, the estimated percentages will tend to underestimate the actual percentage.

Source of data: U. S. Census Bureau; Labels and Lists of Bellevue, Washington.

Ranking of Top Dozen California Cities by Percentage of Korean Voters

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This graphic ranks the twelve largest California cities by the identified Korean voters as a percentage of all registered voters.

Los Angeles and San Francisco, followed by Anaheim and San Jose, have the largest concentrations of Korean voters. San Jose’s Korean voter population is part of a larger Asian-American voting block that places San Jose among the top cities in all of the larger Asian-American voter groups.

Size is determined by population in the July 2008 Census Bureau estimates.

Ethnic identification based on name and neighborhood characteristics. Note that, while the data allow comparisons, the estimated percentages will tend to underestimate the actual percentage.

Source of data: U. S. Census Bureau; Labels and Lists of Bellevue, Washington.

Ranking of Top Dozen California Cities by Percentage of Japanese Voters

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This graphic ranks the twelve largest California cities by the identified Japanese voters as a percentage of all registered voters.

Sacramento followed by San Jose have the largest concentrations of Japanese voters among major California cities. San Jose’s Japanese voter population is part of a larger Asian-American voting block that places San Jose among the top cities in all of the larger Asian-American voter groups.

Size is determined by population in the July 2008 Census Bureau estimates.

Ethnic identification based on name and neighborhood characteristics. Note that, while the data allow comparisons, the estimated percentages will tend to underestimate the actual percentage.

Source of data: U. S. Census Bureau; Labels and Lists of Bellevue, Washington.

Ranking of Top Dozen California Cities by Percentage of Chinese Voters

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This graphic ranks the twelve largest California cities by the identified Chinese voters as a percentage of all registered voters.

The top three cities are all in the Bay Area: Oakland, San Francisco, and San Jose. San Jose’s Chinese voter population is part of a larger Asian-American voting block that places San Jose among the top cities in all of the larger Asian-American voter groups.

Size is determined by population in the July 2008 Census Bureau estimates.

Ethnic identification based on name and neighborhood characteristics. Note that, while the data allow comparisons, the estimated percentages will tend to underestimate the actual percentage.

Source of data: U. S. Census Bureau; Labels and Lists of Bellevue, Washington.

Ranking of Top Dozen California Cities by Percentage of Latino Voters

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This graphic ranks the twelve largest California cities by the identified Latino voters as a percentage of all registered voters.

All of the top dozen cities have significant Latino populations. Santa Ana, however, has a clear majority and is far in the lead. The two northern Bay Area cities, Oakland and San Francisco, lag.

Size is determined by population in the July 2008 Census Bureau estimates.

Ethnic identification based on name and neighborhood characteristics. Note that, while the data allow comparisons, the estimated percentages will tend to underestimate the actual percentage.

Source of data: U. S. Census Bureau; Labels and Lists of Bellevue, Washington.

Latino and Vietnamese Voter Pct. by San Jose City Council District Compared

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This chart compares the Latino and Vietnamese voter percentages by San Jose City Council District.

First, there is significant concentration. District 5, for Latinos, and District 7, for Vietnamese, both possess considerably higher percentages in their respective ethnicities than the other districts. Second, on the other hand, there is a generally positive correlation. Districts 5 and 7 have relatively high percentages of both Latinos and Vietnamese. Districts 1, 6, 9, and 10 are low in both.

For a map of the districts: http://www.sanjoseca.gov/planning/data/council_dist

For reference, the city council members by district:
District 1: Constant
District 2: Kalra
District 3: Liccardo
District 4: Chu
District 5: Campos
District 6: Oliverio
District 7: Nguyen
District 8: Herrera
District 9: Chirco
District 10: Pyle

Source of data: Labels of Lists of Bellevue, Washington.

Vietnamese Voter Pct. by San Jose City Council District

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To no one’s surprise, I’m sure, District 7 (Madison Nguyen) has the highest percentage of Vietnamese voters. District 4 (Kansen Chu) and District 8 (Rose Herrera) come next.

The southwest and west of San Jose (Districts 1, 6, 9, and 10) have the lowest percentages.

For a map of the districts: http://www.sanjoseca.gov/planning/data/council_dist

For reference, the city council members by district:
District 1: Constant
District 2: Kalra
District 3: Liccardo
District 4: Chu
District 5: Campos
District 6: Oliverio
District 7: Nguyen
District 8: Herrera
District 9: Chirco
District 10: Pyle

Source of data: Labels of Lists of Bellevue, Washington.

Latino Voter Pct. by San Jose City Council District

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As anyone viewing San Jose politics for awhile would expect, District 5 (Nora Campos) has the highest percentage of Latino voters. The other central San Jose districts, District 3 (Sam Liccardo) and District 7 (Madison Nguyen) come next.

The southwest and west of San Jose (Districts 1, 6, 9, and 10) have the lowest percentages.

For a map of the districts: http://www.sanjoseca.gov/planning/data/council_dist

For reference, the city council members by district:
District 1: Constant
District 2: Kalra
District 3: Liccardo
District 4: Chu
District 5: Campos
District 6: Oliverio
District 7: Nguyen
District 8: Herrera
District 9: Chirco
District 10: Pyle

Source of data: Labels of Lists of Bellevue, Washington.