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California-36 Asian Population Distribution (2010 Census)

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CA Census 2010 Population – Asian – CA36

The data are mapped at the census block level, the smallest geography available. The boundary of the district is outlined on the map.

The Asian population is spread throughout California’s 36th Congressional District. In general, they reside a little more inland than the white population.

Source: Census Bureau.

California-36 Latino Population Distribution (2010 Census)

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CA Census 2010 Population – Hispanic – CA36

The data are mapped at the census block level, the smallest geography available. The boundary of the district is outlined on the map.

The Latino population in the 36th Congressional District is concentrated in the southeast corner of the district.

Source: Census Bureau.

California-36 African-American Population Distribution (2010 Census)

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CA Census 2010 Population – Black – CA36

The data are mapped at the census block level, the smallest geography available. The boundary of the district is outlined on the map.

The African-American population is scattered throughout California’s 36th Congressional District. They are most concentrated in the southeast corner of the district.

Source: Census Bureau.

California-36 White Non-Hispanic Population Distribution (2010 Census)

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CA Census 2010 Population – White – CA36

The data are mapped at the census block level, the smallest geography available. The boundary of the district is outlined on the map.

The map makes it clear that California;s 36th Congressional District hugs the coast in the predominantly white areas and generally not including the predominantly non-white areas inland.

Source: Census Bureau.