The Hispanic/Latino population in the United States is one of the largest growing demographics. That growth isn't evenly distributed across the country, however; job opportunities, existing communities, and geographical location are all factors in where people have chosen to live. These are the U.S. cities that have the highest Hispanic/Latino populations according to the 2010 census.
U.S. Hispanic/Latino Population Population/Demographics Famous Firsts by Hispanic Americans
|Place and state||Total population||Percent Hispanic of total population|
|El Paso, Tex.||649,121||81.7|
|Santa Ana, Calif.||337,977||78.2|
Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2010, Summary File 1.