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U.S. Cities by Hispanic Population

Name the American cities that have the highest Hispanic or Latino population.
Not counting Puerto Rico
By city proper population, not metro area
Quiz by SunsetSunrise
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First submittedJuly 4, 2015
Last updatedMay 28, 2019
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City
%
2,520,000
New York City
29.2
1,960,000
Los Angeles
48.9
1,030,000
Houston
44.6
969,000
San Antonio
64.1
788,000
Chicago
29.0
698,000
Phoenix
42.9
561,000
Dallas
41.9
557,000
El Paso
81.4
429,000
San Diego
30.2
333,000
San Jose
32.1
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City
%
332,000
Miami
71.7
325,000
Austin
34.2
316,000
Fort Worth
36.1
277,000
Albuquerque
49.6
258,000
Fresno
49.0
255,000
Santa Ana
76.5
250,000
Laredo
95.3
240,000
Tucson
44.9
234,000
Philadelphia
14.8
230,000
Hialeah
96.2
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level 72
Jun 4, 2016
Las Vegas?
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level 57
Jun 4, 2016
I guessed that one, also
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level ∞
May 28, 2019
Currently #21.
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level 28
Jul 12, 2019
I'm from Vegas so I was suprised this wasn't on the list. But I got most of them since I do live in Vegas and most of those cities are in the southwest.
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level 63
Jun 5, 2016
Cool quiz! Nice to see there are many Latinos and Hispanics in NYC.
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level 73
Jun 7, 2016
Um...San Juan? 98.2% of their 395,000 inhabitants. Good for ninth on the list.
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level ∞
Jun 8, 2016
Added a caveat
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level 73
Jun 29, 2016
Poor Puerto Rico...can't declare bankruptcy...can't get a bailout...can't get representation in a Jetpunk quiz...What is this world coming to?
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level 63
Jul 29, 2016
Save me, get me out :(
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level 78
Jul 29, 2016
GAH! I'm kicking myself...after Los Angeles I tried Long Beach, Anaheim, and Orange but not Santa Ana. I also tried San Francisco and Oakland, but not San Jose. Never would have guessed Hialeah or Laredo, but got the rest.
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level 43
Jul 29, 2016
Same! (re cities south of LA) Kicked myself when I saw Santa Ana... DUH!
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level 45
Jul 29, 2016
Can you please accept Alberquerque for Albuquerque?
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level 67
May 28, 2019
only if we can spell your name feratts257494082.
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level 59
Jul 29, 2016
Augh! Didn't know Hialeah counted as an actual city! I always thought it was just a named part of Miami, like Queens is to NYC.
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level 71
Jun 2, 2019
Ditto, and I used to live there! Well, I was six, but still.
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level 22
Jul 11, 2019
I’m from Hialeah and it is its own city, with a different local government, even a different numbering scheme for the streets.
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level 61
Jul 29, 2016
It would be interesting to see this by metro area instead of by city proper. I think Miami would place a lot higher.
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level 66
Aug 2, 2016
This is killing me - in some JetPunk quizzes, Fort Worth is considered part of Dallas, and in others it isn't. Some consistency would be nice.
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level 46
Aug 3, 2016
In this quizzes instructions, it says "cities". It does not say metros or urban areas.
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level 73
May 28, 2019
Considering we got used to that in vast majority of cases on JetPunk the misleading title is changed to urban area in the instructions, this quiz could emphasise that it wants cities proper, like on the US cities by letter series.
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level ∞
May 29, 2019
Okay
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level 48
Jun 8, 2017
Una prueba muy bien.
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level 50
Jul 11, 2019
Muy BUENA... pero tambie'n difi'cil para mi'. :)
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level 70
Dec 4, 2018
If I recall correctly, the US is behind only Brazil and Mexico in terms of total Latino population, just ahead of Colombia and Argentina. Putting a little queso in the melting pot!
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level 64
May 28, 2019
Shouldn't "Tuscon" be "Tucson"?
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level 71
May 28, 2019
Yes
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level ∞
May 28, 2019
Fixed
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level 76
Jul 11, 2019
Mostly Texas
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level 53
Jul 11, 2019
Too USA-centric...
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level 34
Jul 11, 2019
Orlando?
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level 63
Jul 12, 2019
No Brownsville or Corpus Christi? Maybe they’re too small.
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level 33
Jul 14, 2019
Out of sheer desperation, tried Mexico City.