Hispanic and Latino Floridians are residents of the state of Florida who are of Hispanic or Latino ancestry. As of the 2020 US Census, Latinos of any race were 26.2% of the state's population. Latinos in Florida accounted for 5.3 million (8 percent) of the US Latino population.
Throughout the country, there are 342 cities with a population over 100,000. 47 of them had Hispanic majorities, and in 74 more cities, between 30% and 50% of the population identified as Hispanic. Out of the 47 majority-Hispanic cities, 26 are in California, 9 were in Texas, and 5 were in Puerto Rico.
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The majority race in Florida overall is white at 56.1% of residents. The next most-common racial group is hispanic at 24.6%. There are more white people in the southwest areas of the state. People who identify as hispanic are most likely to be living in the southeast places.
Aug 29, 2013 · This report examines U.S. Hispanic population rankings in the 50 states and the District of Columbia, the nation’s more than 3,000 counties, and the 60 largest Hispanic metropolitan areas. Accompanying this report are demographic and economic statistical profiles of the Hispanic population in each of the 50 states and the District of Columbia ...
1721x1181 / 1,56 Mb Go to Map. About Florida: The Facts: Capital: Tallahassee. Area: 65,758 sq mi (170,312 sq km). Population: ~ 21,700,000. Largest cities: Jacksonville , Miami , Tampa , Orlando , St. Petersburg , Hialeah , Tallahassee , Pembroke Pines , Hollywood , Miramar , Gainesville , Fort Lauderdale , Port St. Lucie , Cape Coral , Coral ...