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Figure 3.11
Projected Growth of Top Hispanic DMAs
Figure 3.12
Comparison of Age/Race Composition-Hispanic, Black
and Asian
Top Hispanic DMA
®
2011 and 2016
2011
2016
2011 to 2016
2011
Hispanic
Pop.
(000)
2011
Total
Pop.
(000)
2016
Hispanic
Pop.
(000)
2016
Total
Pop.
(000)
Present
Hispanic
Growth
Percent
Total
Pop.
Growth
Los Angeles
7,961
17,741
8,839
18,752
11.0% 5.7%
New York
4,466
21,050
4,788
21,369
7.2% 1.5%
Miami
2,051
4,368
2,269
4,531
10.6% 3.7%
Chicago
1,939
9,742
2,157
9,953
11.2% 2.2%
Houston
2,175
6,333
2,560
6,906
17.7% 9.1%
Dallas
1,979
7,283
2,394
7,936
21.0% 9.0%
Source: Nielsen Pop-Facts, 2011
(median age of Hispanics was 27.7 versus 36.8 for non-Hispanics). When
you look at Figure 3.12, you can see how multicultural communities are
literally changing the face of the nation’s youngest people.
Here’s a sobering statistic: in 2010, whites made up 56 percent of
young people and 80 percent of seniors. So while the overall U.S. popu-