List of U.S. cities with Hispanic majority populations

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The following is a partial list of United States cities and towns in which a majority (over 50%) of the population is Hispanic or Latino, according to data from the 2000 Census. This list does not include cities such as Los Angeles, California in which, according to the 2000 Census, merely a plurality (as opposed to a majority) of the residents are Hispanic. The list below is organized by state and, within each state, by population size. The percentage of each city's population that is Hispanic is listed in parentheses next to the city's name.

Note: According to the US Census, Hispanics can be of any race.

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Arizona

Cities with fewer than 25,000 people

Douglas (86.0%)
El Mirage (66.9%)
Eloy (74.4%)
Gadsden (93.8%)
Maricopa (70.4%)
Nogales (93.6%)
San Luis (89.1%)
Somerton (95.2%)
South Tucson (81.2%)
Tolleson (78.0%)

California

Cities with over 100,000 people

Chula Vista (50.0%)
Downey (57.9%)
East Los Angeles (96.3%)
El Monte (72.4%)
Fontana (57.7%)
Norwalk (62.9%)
Ontario (59.9%)
Oxnard (66.2%)
Pomona (64.5%)
Salinas (64.1%)
Santa Ana (76.1%)

Cities with between 25,000 and 100,000 people

Azusa (63.8%)
Baldwin Park (78.7%)
Bell (90.9%)
Bell Gardens (93.4%)
Calexico (95.3%)
Colton (60.7%)
Compton (56.8%)
Delano (68.5%)
East Palo Alto (58.5%)
El Centro (74.6%)
Hollister (55.0%)
Huntington Park (95.6%)
Indio (75.4%)
La Puente (83.1%)
Lawndale (52.1%)
Los Banos (50.4%)
Lynwood (82.3%)
Madera (67.8%)
Maywood (96.3%)
Montclair (60.0%)
Montebello (74.6%)
National City (59.0%)
Paramount (72.3%)
Perris (56.2%)
Pico Rivera (88.3%)
Rialto (51.2%)
Rubidoux (54.3%)
Santa Paula (71.2%)
South Gate (92.0%)
Watsonville (75.1%)
Whittier (55.9%)

Cities with fewer than 25,000 people

Alpaugh (54.1%)
Avenal (65.9%)
Biola (82.5%)
Boronda (72.5%)
Brawley (73.8%)
Buttonwillow (68.4%)
Calipatria (57.4%)
Calwa (94.6%)
Cantua Creek (93.8%)
Caruthers (53.3%)
Castroville (86.3%)
Chualar (93.6%)
Coachella (97.4%)
Commerce (93.6%)
Corcoran (59.7%)
Cudahy (94.1%)
Del Rey (93.5%)
Delhi (55.5%)
Dinuba (75.0%)
Earlimart (87.5%)
Easton (51.8%)
Firebaugh (87.6%)
Fowler (67.3%)
Greenfield (87.9%)
Hawaiian Gardens (73.5%)
Highgrove (56.7%)
Holtville (73.9%)
Huron (98.3%)
Industry (60.2%)
Irwindale (88.3%)
Kerman (65.0%)
King City (80.4%)
Las Lomas (83.9%)
Lindsay (78.0%)
McFarland (85.7%)
Mecca (98.0%)
Mendota (94.7%)
Orange Cove (90.6%)
Orosi (82.0%)
Pajaro (94.2%)
Patterson (57.0%)
Piru (67.9%)
Parlier (97.0%)
Pixley (68.2%)
Reedley (67.6%)
Riverdale (51.0%)
San Fernando (89.3%)
San Joaquin (92.0%)
Sanger (80.9%)
Santa Fe Springs (71.4%)
Seeley (81.5%)
Selma (71.8%)
Shafter (68.0%)
Soledad (86.8%)
South El Monte (86.0%)
Strathmore (68.5%)
Terra Bella (84.0%)
Tipton (67.7%)
Vernon (89.0%)
Wasco (66.7%)
Woodlake (83.8%)
Woodville (82.5%)

Colorado

Cities with fewer than 25,000 people

Walsenburg (51.0%)

Florida

Cities with over 100,000 people

Hialeah (90.3%)
Miami (65.8%)

Cities with between 25,000 and 100,000 people

Kendall (50.0%)
South Miami Heights (56.2%)

Cities with fewer than 25,000 people

Miami Springs (59.6%)
West Miami (84.0%)

Georgia

Cities with fewer than 25,000 people

Chamblee (56.4%)

Illinois

Cities with between 25,000 and 100,000 people

Cicero (77.4%)

Cities with fewer than 25,000 people

Melrose Park (53.9%)
Stone Park (79.1%)

Indiana

Cities with between 25,000 and 100,000 people

East Chicago (51.61%)

Massachusetts

Cities with between 25,000 and 100,000 people

Lawrence (59.7%)

Nebraska

Cities with fewer than 25,000 people

Lexington (51.2%)

New Jersey

Cities with over 100,000 people

Paterson (50.1%)

Cities with between 25,000 and 100,000 people

North Bergen (57.3%)
Passaic (62.5%)
Perth Amboy (69.8%)
Union City (82.3%)
West New York (78.7%)

Cities with fewer than 25,000 people

Dover (57.9%)
Guttenberg (54.3%)

New Mexico

Cities with between 25,000 and 100,000 people

Las Cruces (51.7%)

Cities with fewer than 25,000 people

Belen (68.6%)
Chaparral (64.5%)
Chimayo (91.0%)
Espanola (84.4%)
Grants (52.4%)
Las Vegas (83.0%)
Lordsburg (74.4%)
Meadow Lake (57.9%)
Pecos (80.1%)
Pena Blanca (79.4%)
Raton (57.0%)
Santa Rosa (81.2%)
Socorro (54.5%)
Sunland Park (96.4%)
Taos (54.3%)
Tucumcari (51.4%)

Texas

Cities with over 100,000 people

Brownsville (91.3%)
Corpus Christi (54.3%)
El Paso (76.6%)
Laredo (94.1%)
McAllen (80.3%)
San Antonio (58.7%)

Cities with between 25,000 and 100,000 people

Del Rio (81.0%)
Edinburg (88.7%)
Harlingen (72.8%)
Kingsville (67.0%)
Mission (81.0%)
Pharr (90.7%)
San Juan (95.1%)
Socorro (96.4%)
Weslaco (83.8%)

Cities with fewer than 25,000 people

Abram-Perezville (81.6%)
Alamo (78.1%)
Alice (78.0%)
Alpine (50.0%)
Alton (97.9%)
Alton North (97.5%)
Anthony (82.8%)
Asherton (94.8%)
Balcones Heights (69.6%)
Beeville (67.7%)
Bovina (72.2%)
Brackettville (74.4%)
Canutillo (89.9%)
Carrizo Springs (87.2%)
Cesar Chavez (81.6%)
Charlotte (81.2%)
Crystal City (95.0%)
Dilley (72.2%)
Dimmitt (57.0%)
Doffing (99.2%)
Donna (87.3%)
Eagle Pass (94.9%)
Eden (51.4%)
Elsa (97.3%)
Encino (95.0%)
Escobares (98.7%)
Fabens (96.2%)
Falfurrias (92.5%)
Fifth Street (90.3%)
Floresville (64.0%)
Floydada (51.6%)
Fort Stockton (70.0%)
Friona (57.9%)
Galena Park (69.3%)
Garceno (97.7%)
Gregory (94.7%)
Hale Center (56.6%)
Hart (74.6%)
Heidelberg (95.0%)
Hereford (61.4%)
Hidalgo (97.8%)
Hondo (60.0%)
Horizon City (64.9%)
Indian Hills (97.4%)
Jacinto City (75.4%)
La Blanca (97.4%)
La Grulla (97.6%)
La Homa (97.7%)
La Joya (97.2%)
La Villa (98.1%)
Lamesa (53.0%)
Llano Grande (88.4%)
Lockney (51.9%)
Lopezville (98.2%)
Lorenzo (54.0%)
Mathis (90.5%)
Mercedes (90.0%)
Midway North (99.0%)
Midway South (95.3%)
Mila Doce (99.5%)
Monte Alto (96.8%)
Morton (53.8%)
Muleshoe (53.3%)
Muniz (99.0%)
Nixon (61.6%)
North Alamo (89.9%)
Nurillo (96.7%)
Odem (77.9%)
O'Donnell (65.3%)
Olivarez (97.2%)
Ozona (60.1%)
Palmhurst (87.5%)
Palmview (93.2%)
Palmview South (85.2%)
Pearsall (84.2%)
Pecos (80.0%)
Penitas (98.0%)
Petersburg (61.1%)
Pleasanton (51.2%)
Poteet (88.8%)
Port Lavaca (52.1%)
Progreso (99.0%)
Ralls (55.8%)
Redwood (84.2%)
Rio Grande City (95.9%)
Rocksprings (66.7%)
San Carlos (97.1%)
San Elizario (97.9%)
Scissors (99.2%)
Seagraves (55.9%)
Seguin (53.0%)
Seth Ward (64.1%)
Sinton (71.0%)
Skidomore (56.4%)
Somerset (70.5%)
South Alamo (98.4%)
South Houston (78.0%)
Sparks (99.5%)
Sullivan City (98.7%)
Taft (67.0%)
Taft Southwest (97.0%)
Tornillo (99.1%)
Uvalde (75.5%)
Van Horn (78.6%)
Vinton (93.6%)
West Sharyland (98.1%)
Westway (97.5%)
Zapata (89.1%)

Washington

Cities with between 25,000 and 100,000 people

Pasco (54.3%)

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