Exploring the Racial Distribution of Major Cities in Florida

An Analysis of Population Demographics in Miami, Orlando, Jacksonville, Tampa, and Tallahassee.

The data on race distribution in Florida's major cities reveal interesting patterns. For instance, the more north you go in Florida, the lower the percentage of Hispanic residents in the major cities. Meanwhile, Orlando has a more evenly distributed racial makeup.

Decreasing Hispanic population percentage as one moves further north in Florida.

Tallahassee, located in the northern part of the state, has the lowest percentage of Hispanic residents, at just over 8%. In contrast, Miami, located in the southern part of the state, has the highest percentage of Hispanic residents, making up over 70% of the city's population.

The Asian population in Florida is relatively small compared to other racial groups.

Tallahassee has the highest percentage of Black residents. As for Jacksonville, it has the highest population of White residents among the major cities listed. In comparison, the Asian population is relatively small versus the other racial groups.

Overall, the data on race distribution in Florida cities highlight the state's diverse population and the unique characteristics of each city. It is essential to understand these demographic patterns to ensure that policies and resources are allocated equitably across different communities.

Author Olivia Ramos
Founder and CEO of Deepblocks, holds master's degrees in Architecture from Columbia University and Real Estate Development from the University of Miami. Her achievements before Deepblocks include designing Big Data navigation software for the Department of Defense's DARPA Innovation House and graduating from Singularity University's Global Solutions and Accelerator programs.