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  • October 2011
  • October 2011
  • Census Demographics October 2011
  • Census Demographics October 2011
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    • 1. Asian Americans in Los Angeles October 14, 2011
    • 2. Demographic Data
    • 3. United States Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 1990, 2000, and 2010 Decennial Census
    • 4. California Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 1990, 2000, and 2010 Decennial Census
    • 5. Los Angeles County Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 1960, 1970, 1980, 1990, 2000, and 2010 Decennial Census
    • 6. Los Angeles County   Total Population Asian (Non-Hispanic) White (Non-Hispanic) Black (Non-Hispanic) Hispanic or Latino Total Minority 1960 6,742,696 129,759 5,518,928 464,717 629,292 1,223,768 1970 7,041,980 191,619 4,788,301 762,925 1,289,311 2,243,855 1980 7,477,503 434,850 4,032,582 943,968 2,066,103 3,444,921 1990 8,863,164 907,810 3,618,850 934,776 3,351,242 5,244,314 2000 9,519,338 1,124,569 2,959,614 901,472 4,242,213 6,559,724 2010 9,818,605 1,325,671 2,728,321 815,086 4,687,889 7,090,284   Total Population Asian (Non-Hispanic) White (Non-Hispanic) Black (Non-Hispanic) Hispanic or Latino Total Minority 1960 100.00% 1.92% 81.85% 6.89% 9.33% 18.15% 1970 100.00% 2.72% 68.00% 10.83% 18.31% 31.86% 1980 100.00% 5.82% 53.93% 12.62% 27.63% 46.07% 1990 100.00% 10.24% 40.83% 10.55% 37.81% 59.17% 2000 100.00% 11.81% 31.09% 9.47% 44.56% 68.91% 2010 100.00% 13.50% 27.79% 8.30% 47.74% 72.21% Source: U.S. Census Bureau: 1960, 1970, 1980, 1990, 2000, and 2010 Decennial Census
    • 7. Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 1960, 1970, 1980, 1990, 2000, and 2010 Decennial Census City of Los Angeles
    • 8. City of Los Angeles   Total Population Asian (Non-Hispanic) White (Non-Hispanic) Black (Non-Hispanic) Hispanic or Latino Total Minority 1960 2,479,015 82,291 1,801,419 334,916 260,389 677,596 1970 2,816,061 138,855 1,654,809 503,606 518,791 1,161,252 1980 2,966,850 212,612 1,432,952 505,210 816,096 1,533,898 1990 3,485,398 320,668 1,299,604 454,289 1,391,411 2,185,794 2000 3,694,820 364,850 1,099,188 401,986 1,719,073 2,595,632 2010 3,792,621 420,212 1,086,908 347,380 1,838,822 2,705,713   Total Population Asian (Non-Hispanic) White (Non-Hispanic) Black (Non-Hispanic) Hispanic or Latino Total Minority 1960 100.00% 3.32% 72.67% 13.51% 10.50% 27.33% 1970 100.00% 4.93% 58.76% 17.88% 18.42% 41.24% 1980 100.00% 7.17% 48.30% 17.03% 27.51% 51.70% 1990 100.00% 9.20% 37.29% 13.03% 39.92% 62.71% 2000 100.00% 9.87% 29.75% 10.88% 46.53% 70.25% 2010 100.00% 11.08% 28.66% 9.16% 48.48% 71.34% Source: U.S. Census Bureau: 1960, 1970, 1980, 1990, 2000, and 2010 Decennial Census
    • 9. Cities in Los Angeles County with Asian Populations > 20% Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2010 Decennial Census City Asian % Monterey Park 66.33% Walnut 63.23% Cerritos 61.51% San Gabriel 60.41% Rosemead 60.34% Arcadia 58.66% Temple City 55.35% San Marino 53.32% Alhambra 52.49% Artesia 36.87% Torrance 34.18% City Asian % South Pasadena 30.85% Rancho Palos Verdes 28.81% Bradbury 25.76% Gardena 25.75% La Canada-Flintridge 25.59% West Covina 25.29% Carson 25.19% El Monte 24.91% Rolling Hills Estates 24.73% Signal Hill 20.07%
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    • 16. Voter Data
    • 17. Vote for Governor n = 896 n = 704 n = 509 n = 149 n = 58 n = 61 Source: LA Votes 2010 Gubernatorial General Election Exit Poll. Center for the Study of Los Angeles. 2010. Loyola Marymount University.
    • 18. Vote for U.S. Senator n = 885 n = 686 n = 511 n = 149 n = 60 n = 59 Source: LA Votes 2010 Gubernatorial General Election Exit Poll. Center for the Study of Los Angeles. 2010. Loyola Marymount University.
    • 19. Vote for Prop. 19, Legalizing Marijuana n = 888 n = 708 n = 500 n = 142 n = 61 n = 49 Source: LA Votes 2010 Gubernatorial General Election Exit Poll. Center for the Study of Los Angeles. 2010. Loyola Marymount University.
    • 20. Leadership Data
    • 21. Project Purpose
      • Document the change
      • Explain the change
      • Explain the difference the change makes
    • 22. Selection of Top 100
      • Constituent size
      • Budget size
      • Prestige of the position
        • Career path
        • Opinion of the leaders
    • 23. Pyramid of Power
    • 24. Top 100 Leaders in Los Angeles County
    • 25. Snapshot of the City of Los Angeles 50+ Years of Political Diversity in Los Angeles, 1959-Present. 2011. Leavey Center for the Study of Los Angeles. Loyola Marymount University. Ethnic Key: Jewish Latino African American Asian White
    • 26. Political Diversity in Los Angeles 50+ Years of Political Diversity in Los Angeles, 1959-Present. 2011. Leavey Center for the Study of Los Angeles. Loyola Marymount University.
    • 27. Asian Majority Cities & Their Councils
      • Alhambra City Council
      • (52.49%)
    • 28. Asian Influence Cities & Their Councils San Marino City Council (53.32%)
    • 29. CA Supreme Court
    • 30. CA State Board of Equal-ization
    • 31. Minority Entrepreneurship Data
    • 32. Minority Entrepreneurship Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2007 Survey of Business Owners

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