The map, by Dustin Cable at the Weldon Cooper Center for Public Service at the university, is based on the 2010 census. It shows a mostly-white Poway with a concentration of Hispanic or Latino residents south of Poway Road and east of Pomerado Road. The map uses blue dots for white people; green for black or African American; yellow for Hispanic or Latino; red for Asian and brown for other races.
In the most recent census, Poway reported a total population of 47,811 residents. That includes 7,508 residents of any race who identified their ethnicity as Hispanic or Latino.
How that breaks down:
- White: 76.9 percent
- Black or African American: 1.6 percent
- Asian: 10.2 percent
- American Indian and Alaska Native: <1 percent
- Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander: <1 percent
- Other: 6.2 percent
- Identified by two or more: 4.3 percent