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  • 1. The Hispanic Community by the NumbersData Sources Reaching Latinos Online 2/29/2012 Lisa A. Sturtevant, PhD Assistant Research Professor George Mason University School of Public Policy Center for Regional Analysis
  • 2. Family Type: 2000 and 2010 Hispanic or Latino Householder Virginia 60,000 50,000 79% 40,000Families 30,000 2000 92% 20,000 134% 2010 10,000 0 Married Couples - Married Couples - Single Parents Children No Children Source: 2000 and 2010 Census, Summary File 1
  • 3. Household Income: 2010Hispanic or Latino HouseholderWashington DC Metropolitan Area Less than $25,000 $100,000 13% or More 28% $25,000 - 49,999 23% $75,000 - 99,999 14% $50,000 - 74,999 22% Source: 2010 American Community Survey, 1-Year Estimates
  • 4. Percent of Hispanic Females (Age 25+) With a Bachelor’s Degree or Higher 2006- 2010 District of Columbia Arlington County, VA Alexandria City, VA Fairfax County, VA Montgomery County, MD Prince Georges County, MD Frederick County, MD 0% 10% 20% 30% 40%Source: 2006-2010 American Community Survey, 5-Year Estimates
  • 5. U.S. Unemployment Rate Persons age 16+ 14 12 Total Population 10 Hispanic or LatinoPercent 8 6 4 2 0 2002 2001 2005 2010 2011 2008 2007 2006 2009 2003 2004 Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics
  • 6. Hispanic or Latino-Owned Firms: 2007District of Columbia All other All Hispanic Puerto Hispanic or or Latino Mexican Rican Cuban LatinoTotal firms 524 80 27 49 358Paid employees 7,201 12,84 189 809 4,747Annual payroll($1000s) 227,697 54,694 6,922 28,357 131,066Revenues($1000s) 893,415 276,697 17,833 88,107 479,374Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Survey of Business Owners
  • 7. Data for Analyzing Characteristics ofthe Latino Community• U.S. Census Bureau • U.S. Bureau of Labor ▫ 2000 and 2010 Census Statistics ▫ American Community ▫ Current Population Survey Survey (resident labor force, ▫ Survey of Business Owners unemployment, wages- national) ▫ Consumer Expenditure Survey (national) • Pew Hispanic Center
  • 8. 2010 CensusBasic demographic and housing characteristicsonly: • Population • Age • Race • Hispanic or Latino Origin • Households and Families • Housing Occupancy (occupied or vacant) • Housing Tenure (owned or rented)No long form, no detailed characteristics, no SF3data
  • 9. American Community Survey (ACS)Demographic Characteristics • Sex • Age • Race • Hispanic/Latino origin Photo: U.S. Census Bureau
  • 10. American Community Survey (ACS)Social Characteristics • Education • Marital Status • Fertility • Grandparent Caregivers • Veterans • Disability Status • Place of Birth • Citizenship • Year of Entry • Language Spoken at Home Photo: U.S. Census Bureau • Ancestry/Tribal Affiliation
  • 11. American Community Survey (ACS)Economic Characteristics • Income • Benefits • Employment Status • Occupation • Industry • Commuting to Work • Place of Work Photo: U.S. Census Bureau
  • 12. American Community Survey (ACS)Housing Characteristics • Tenure • Occupancy & Structure • Housing Value • Taxes & Insurance • Utilities • Mortgage/Monthly Rent Photos: U.S. Census Bureau
  • 13. Survey of Business Owners• Latest data – 2007 ▫ Data available every 5 years• Characteristics of business owners ▫ Gender, ethnicity, race, and veteran status ▫ Geography (U.S., states, metropolitan areas, counties, and places) ▫ Industry (2- through 6-digit NAICS for selected geographies) ▫ Firm receipts size ▫ Firm employment size
  • 14. Census Bureauwww.census.gov
  • 15. Current Population Survey (CPS)Labor force & unemployment - national• Monthly and quarterly employment and unemployment data ▫ Part-time, full-time• By age, sex, race/ethnicity, and marital status• Available the 2nd week of the month
  • 16. Consumer Expenditure SurveyIncome and Spending - national• Income (before/after taxes), spending by category• Homeownership, race/ethnicity, sex, household size• Annual data: 2010 is latest available
  • 17. Bureau of Labor Statisticswww.bls.gov
  • 18. Pew Hispanic Center• Nonpartisan research organization focusing on the Hispanic population in the U.S.• Founded in 2001• Research areas include: ▫ Demography ▫ Economics and Personal Finance ▫ Education ▫ Identity ▫ Politics ▫ Social Trends ▫ Work and Employment
  • 19. Pew Hispanic Centerwww.pewhispanic.org
  • 20. The Hispanic Community by theNumbersMaking the Case• Use visuals – bar charts, pie charts, maps• Show trends over time – 2000 to 2010• Calculate changes and percent changes• Compare to other racial/ethnic groups• Use data for the appropriate geography (when available) ▫ US, state, county, neighborhood (place/zip code)
  • 21. GMU Center for Regional Analysiscra.gmu.edu Demographic and economic data Research reports – housing, demographics, economic development, transportation Consulting services Training opportunities

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