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Overton Population by Race and Ethnicity

Overton Population by Race Graph

Overton data is not available. Clark county data used instead.

2010 Population by Race and Ethnicity Clark county, NV Nevada United States
Population by Race
White 1,310,512 68.42% 1,899,999 71.44% 221,809,059 71.91%
Black or African American 179,586 9.38% 193,203 7.26% 37,036,996 12.01%
American Indian and Alaska Native 19,892 1.04% 44,800 1.68% 3,026,418 0.98%
Asian 152,206 7.95% 179,253 6.74% 13,906,406 4.51%
Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander 11,676 0.61% 16,630 0.63% 662,031 0.21%
Other 241,514 12.61% 325,820 12.25% 32,014,224 10.38%
Population by Ethnicity
Population Hispanic 526,918 27.51% 666,158 25.05% 49,511,501 16.05%
Population Non Hispanic 1,388,468 72.49% 1,993,547 74.95% 258,943,633 83.95%

The data for Clark county, NV may also contain data for the following areas: Blue Diamond, Henderson, Mount Charleston, North Las Vegas, Indian Springs, Coyote Springs, Moapa, Palm Gardens, Enterprise, Jean, Calico Basin, Spring Valley, Sloan, ISAFA, Nelson, Mesquite, Laughlin, Boulder City, Las Vegas, Cal Nev Ari, Sandy Valley, Summerlin, Corn Creek, Goodsprings, Bunkerville, Cottonwood Cove, Overton, Primm, Cold Creek, Mountain Springs, Callville Bay, East Las Vegas, Logandale, Moapa Valley, Searchlight, The Lakes

Race versus Ethnicity: According to the Census, race and ethnicity are considered two separate and distinct identities. Hispanic or Latino origin is asked as a separate question and categorized under ethnicity. In addition to their race and/or races, all respondents are categorized by one of two ethnicities, which are "Hispanic" and "Non Hispanic."

Hispanic Ethnicity: According to the Census, people of Hispanic origin, were those who indicated that their origin was Mexican, Puerto Rican, Cuban, Central or South American or some other Hispanic origin. It should be noted that people of Hispanic origin may be of any race.

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