Housing Patterns


Detailed Figures

The following detailed figures show two-decade changes for selected individual metropolitan areas for each racial/ethnic group for each of the five indexes. The two-decade changes include 1980 versus 1990 and 1990 versus 2000. Those metropolitan areas above the 45 degree line indicate an increase in segregation between the two decades, while those below the line indicate a decrease.

D-1: American Indians and Alaska Natives

D-2: Asians and Pacific Islanders

D-3: Blacks or African Americans

D-4: Hispanics or Latinos

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Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Housing and Household Economic Statistics Division
Last Revised: October 31, 2011