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Redland Population by Race and Ethnicity

Redland Population by Race Graph

Redland data is not available. Miami-Dade county data used instead.

2010 Population by Race and Ethnicity Miami-Dade county, FL Florida United States
Population by Race
White 1,771,784 70.65% 13,974,734 75.13% 221,809,059 71.91%
Black or African American 496,470 19.80% 2,746,450 14.77% 37,036,996 12.01%
American Indian and Alaska Native 7,106 0.28% 72,048 0.39% 3,026,418 0.98%
Asian 41,755 1.66% 453,645 2.44% 13,906,406 4.51%
Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander 4,920 0.20% 22,360 0.12% 662,031 0.21%
Other 185,861 7.41% 1,331,644 7.16% 32,014,224 10.38%
Population by Ethnicity
Population Hispanic 1,603,099 63.92% 3,994,981 21.48% 49,511,501 16.05%
Population Non Hispanic 904,797 36.08% 14,605,900 78.52% 258,943,633 83.95%

The data for Miami-Dade county, FL may also contain data for the following areas: Doral, Florida City, Miami Shores, North Miami Beach, Perrine, Redland, Carol City, Cutler Bay, West Miami, Pinecrest, Bal Harbour, Miami Springs, Homestead, Miami Lakes, Naranja, Opa-Locka, Medley, Virginia Gardens, Aventura, South Miami, Palmetto Bay, Sweetwater, Hialeah, Cutler Ridge, Ojus, Olympia Heights, Miami, Sunny Island Beach, Surfside, Leisure City, Kendall, Biscayne Park, Hialeah Gardens, North Bay Village, Indian Creek Village, Miami Gardens, Flamingo Lodge, Miami Beach, Quail Heights, El Portal, Coral Gables, Ludlam, Princeton, Goulds, Coconut Grove, Fisher Island, Golden Beach, Carl Fisher, North Miami, Uleta, Homestead ARB, Sunny Isles Beach, Key Biscayne, Bay Harbor Islands

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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