2000 Census Tract Race and Hispanic Population

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Tract NumberTotal PopulationWhite(1)Black(1)Asian/Pacific Islander(1)All Others(2)Hispanic(3)
352130422201130416295223
352220211474145175227177
35232229170695221207211
35241942709724162347359
3525331216351030231416453
352626521807216186443337
352724071446412126423301
352823851605294115371302
35292553216310817211055
353037062401569400336315
3531806440007922502770873
353231432136466272269258
353336362721375260280201
353424301022816288304227
353525991486654221238178
353647423762217541222305
353752463978236704328328
353846363602186633215219
3539592339044661155398456
354046493599172630248248
3541270423379319579104
35423063285360886288
354332662494349209214164
354417141395149838763
354524052015562498571
3546440925941180395240192
35472481204116914912298
3548204917031211448144
3549523520541602980599523
35502712217919721112582
Citywide10135569022120791211381417455

Footnotes:

  1. Includes persons who selected a single racial category when answering the 2010 Census.
  2. Includes persons who selected only the Native American or Alaskan Native category, persons who selected only the "Other" racial category, and persons who selected two or more racial categories.
  3. Hispanic status is independent of race and reflects whether a respondent has origins in either Spain or the Spanish speaking countries of the western hemisphere. The later include Mexico, Cuba and the Dominican Republic, as well as all Spanish speaking countries located in Central America and South America.

Source: U. S. Census, SF 1 Data File, 2000.

For More Information

For more information about socioeconomic and demographic statistics about Cambridge, please contact Cliff Cook, ccook@cambridgema.gov, Planning Information Manager, at 617/349-4656.