Majority Race Key
Long Beach is much more diverse than the average US city. The map above shows the majority race in each block for Long Beach, CA. Darker shades indicate a larger racial majority in that neighborhood. The majority race in Long Beach overall is Hispanic at 40.7% of residents. The next most-common racial group is white at 29.5%. There are more Hispanic people in west Long Beach, while white people are more likely to be living in the southeast. The graph below shows how many people identify themselves as each of the following races:
Racial Distribution Key
Data Sources: U.S. Census, proprietary data mapping and analysis. Special thanks to the University of Virginia.
|Self-Identified Race||Long Beach, CA Population|
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