Change in Hispanic Population by Geography

New York Finger Lakes Region

The chart shows the change in the Hispanic population by geography in the Finger Lakes Region. Overall, the Hispanic population has increased substantially, with notable growth across urban, suburban, and rural geographies.

In 2001, urban areas accounted for the largest share of the Hispanic population. By 2011 the suburban Hispanic population had grown equal to the urban Hispanic population, marking a turning point within the region. Since then, the Hispanic population living in the suburbs has surpassed urban areas, and now constitutes the largest share of the Hispanic population.

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