Child population by race/ethnicity in California
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Child population by race/ethnicity
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Definitions: Includes the number of children, ages 0-17, living in each county.
Data Source: Data are based on Children Now analysis of population estimates from the California Department of Finance, Demographic Research Unit, Race/Ethnic Population with Age and Sex Detail, 2010-2060 (February 2014).
Footnotes: Race/Ethnicity categories are self-reported by the respondent or her/his parent. Latino includes any respondent who identifies as Hispanic or Latino, regardless of race. White includes any respondent who identifies as white, non-Hispanic. African American includes any respondent who identifies as either African American or black. Asian includes any respondent who identifies as Asian American, Asian, Filipino, or Pacific Islander. Other includes any respondent who identifies as Native American, multiracial, missing, or declined to state her/his race/ethnicity.
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