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Frey finds most Hispanic segregation in large immigrant gateway cities

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"Where Hispanics are most segregated" - Washington Post. 02/04/2015.

Although Hispanic segregation varies regionally in the U.S. in accordance with historic settlement patterns, William Frey finds the greatest segregation in major cities that have served as entries for Hispanic immigrants, including Los Angeles, New York, Miami, Chicago, San Francisco, San Diego, Dallas, and Houston. These cities have well-established Hispanic enclaves that continue to expand with new waves of immigrants.

Researcher:

William H. Frey

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