Community & Work Disparities
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Percentage of People with a Disability who are Hispanic in United States

Percentage of People with a Disability who are Hispanic in United States Counties have been grouped using the US state quartile ranges and United States is in the fourth quartile with a value of 43.2%. The following cities in United States have the value, Anchorage 8.3%, Asheville 1.3%, Austin 30.1%, Baltimore 2.5%, Baton Rouge 2.0%, Birmingham 0.9%, Boise 6.1%, Chicago 20.9%, Columbia 2.4%, Columbus 3.6%, Denver 25.8%, Detroit 3.6%, Fresno 38.5%, Gastonia 4.7%, Greensboro 2.5%, Houston 30.2%, Indianapolis 4.6%, Lansing 10.9%, Las Vegas 21.0%, Little Rock 3.1%, Memphis 2.4%, Milwaukee 14.6%, Minneapolis 6.8%, Missoula 2.7%, Montgomery 1.6%, Nashville 5.7%, New Orleans 3.8%, Oakland 17.5%, Phoenix 29.4%, Pittsburgh 1.9%, Portland 7.7%, Raleigh 6.3%, Richmond 3.2%, Riverside 38.2%, Sacramento 19.3%, Salt Lake City 13.4%, San Francisco 15.0%, Santa Barbara 34.3%, Seattle 5.8%, Spokane 4.9%, St. Petersburg 5.7%, Tacoma 7.7%, Tampa 25.0%, Tucson 35.1%, Tulsa 7.0%, Urban Honolulu CDP 5.6% & Washington 5.3%.Percentage of People with a Disability who are Hispanic Albuquerque, 43.2%Anchorage, 8.3%Asheville, 1.3%Austin, 30.1%Baltimore, 2.5%Baton Rouge, 2.0%Birmingham, 0.9%Boise, 6.1%Chicago, 20.9%Columbia, 2.4%Columbus, 3.6%Denver, 25.8%Detroit, 3.6%Fresno, 38.5%Gastonia, 4.7%Greensboro, 2.5%Houston, 30.2%Indianapolis, 4.6%Lansing, 10.9%Las Vegas, 21.0%Little Rock, 3.1%Memphis, 2.4%Milwaukee, 14.6%Minneapolis, 6.8%Missoula, 2.7%Montgomery, 1.6%Nashville, 5.7%New Orleans, 3.8%Oakland, 17.5%Phoenix, 29.4%Pittsburgh, 1.9%Portland, 7.7%Raleigh, 6.3%Richmond, 3.2%Riverside, 38.2%Sacramento, 19.3%Salt Lake City, 13.4%San Francisco, 15.0%Santa Barbara, 34.3%Seattle, 5.8%Spokane, 4.9%St. Petersburg, 5.7%Tacoma, 7.7%Tampa, 25.0%Tucson, 35.1%Tulsa, 7.0%Urban Honolulu CDP, 5.6%Washington, 5.3%

Data source. , American Community Survey (ACS), 5 year Estimates. Table S1810, disability characteristics.
Calculation. Hispanic population with a disability divided by the total population with a disability.

Percentage of People with a Disability who are Hispanic by Region
RegionPercentage of People with a Disability who are Hispanic
United States12.2%
Albuquerque43.2%
Anchorage8.3%
Asheville1.3%
Austin30.1%
Baltimore2.5%
Baton Rouge2.0%
Birmingham0.9%
Boise6.1%
Chicago20.9%
Columbia2.4%
Columbus3.6%
Denver25.8%
Detroit3.6%
Fresno38.5%
Gastonia4.7%
Greensboro2.5%
Houston30.2%
Indianapolis4.6%
Lansing10.9%
Las Vegas21.0%
Little Rock3.1%
Memphis2.4%
Milwaukee14.6%
Minneapolis6.8%
Missoula2.7%
Montgomery1.6%
Nashville5.7%
New Orleans3.8%
Oakland17.5%
Phoenix29.4%
Pittsburgh1.9%
Portland7.7%
Raleigh6.3%
Richmond3.2%
Riverside38.2%
Sacramento19.3%
Salt Lake City13.4%
San Francisco15.0%
Santa Barbara34.3%
Seattle5.8%
Spokane4.9%
St. Petersburg5.7%
Tacoma7.7%
Tampa25.0%
Tucson35.1%
Tulsa7.0%
Urban Honolulu CDP5.6%
Washington5.3%
Percentage of People with a Disability who are HispanicPercentage of People with a Disability who are HispanicA bar chart listed in descending orderAlbuquerque    43.2Fresno    38.5Riverside    38.2Tucson    35.1Santa Barbara    34.3Houston    30.2Austin    30.1Phoenix    29.4Denver    25.8Tampa    25.0Las Vegas    21.0Chicago    20.9Sacramento    19.3Oakland    17.5San Francisco    15.0Milwaukee    14.6Salt Lake City    13.4United States    12.2Lansing    10.9Anchorage    8.3Tacoma    7.7Portland    7.7Tulsa    7.0Minneapolis    6.8Raleigh    6.3Boise    6.1Seattle    5.8St. Petersburg    5.7Nashville    5.7Urban Honolulu CDP    5.6Washington    5.3Spokane    4.9Gastonia    4.7Indianapolis    4.6New Orleans    3.8Detroit    3.6Columbus    3.6Richmond    3.2Little Rock    3.1Missoula    2.7Baltimore    2.5Greensboro    2.5Columbia    2.4Memphis    2.4Baton Rouge    2.0Pittsburgh    1.9Montgomery    1.6Asheville    1.3Birmingham    0.90%5%10%15%20%25%30%35%40%45%