List of U.S. cities with large Hispanic populations

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This is a list of the several U.S. cities over 100,000 people that have populations over 30% Hispanic. The list is ranked by the percentage of Hispanic populations as estimated by the 2010 United States Census Bureau.

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Percent of Hispanic and Latino population by state in 2012.
Rank City Percent Hispanic
1 Laredo, Texas 95.6
2 Hialeah, Florida 94.7
3 Brownsville, Texas 93.2
4 McAllen, Texas 84.6
5 El Paso, Texas 80.7
6 Santa Ana, California 78.2
7 Oxnard, California 73.5
8 Salinas, California 75.0
9 Downey, California 70.7
10 Pomona, California 70.5
11 Miami, Florida 70.0
12 Norwalk, California 70.1
13 El Monte, California 69.0
14 Ontario, California 69.0
15 Fontana, California 66.8
16 San Antonio, Texas 63.2
17 Pasadena, Texas 62.2
28 San Bernardino, California 60.0
19 Corpus Christi, Texas 59.7
20 Elizabeth, New Jersey 59.5
21 Chula Vista, California 58.2
22 Paterson, New Jersey 57.6
23 Moreno Valley, California 54.4
24 Palmdale, California 54.4
25 West Covina, California 53.2
26 Anaheim, California 52.8
27 Inglewood, California 50.6
28 Odessa, Texas 50.6
29 Riverside, California 49.0
30 Pueblo, Colorado 49.8
31 Escondido, California 48.9
32 Los Angeles, California 48.5
33 Victorville, California 47.8
34 Fresno, California 46.9
35 Albuquerque, New Mexico 46.7
36 Bakersfield, California 45.5
37 Houston, Texas 43.8
38 Corona, California 43.6
39 Elgin, Illinois 43.6
40 Hartford, Connecticut 43.4
41 Dallas, Texas 42.4
42 Aurora, Illinois 41.3
43 Irving, Texas 41.1
44 Visalia, California 46.0
45 Allentown, Pennsylvania 42.8
46 Grand Prairie, Texas 42.7
47 Tucson, Arizona 41.6
48 Pembroke Pines, Florida 41.4
49 Long Beach, California 40.8
50 Phoenix, Arizona 40.8
51 Hayward, California 40.7
52 Stockton, California 40.3
53 Richmond, California 39.5
54 Garden Grove, California 36.9
55 North Las Vegas, Nevada 38.8
56 Springfield, Massachusetts 38.8
57 Bridgeport, Connecticut 38.2
58 Orange, California 38.1
59 Providence, Rhode Island 38.1
60 Lancaster, California 38.0
61 Garland, Texas 37.8
62 Midland, Texas 37.6
63 Miramar, Florida 36.9
64 Oceanside, California 35.9
65 Costa Mesa, California 35.8
66 Glendale, Arizona 35.5
67 Modesto, California 35.5
68 Austin, Texas 35.1
69 Rancho Cucamonga, California 34.9
70 Fullerton, California 34.4
71 Fort Worth, Texas 34.1
72 Newark, New Jersey 33.8
73 Pasadena, California 33.7
74 San Jose, California 33.2
75 Menifee, California 33.0
76 Lubbock, Texas 32.1
77 Denver, Colorado 31.8
78 San Buenaventura, California 31.8
79 Las Vegas, Nevada 31.5

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