Four Corner States Population of all non-White Races, by County (2018)

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Title

Four Corner States Population of all non-White Races, by County (2018)

Subject

This is a map showing the population of all non-white races, by county, within the four corner states (Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, and Utah).

Description

This map illustrates the population of all non-white races, by county, within the four corner states. Out of a total of 140 counties among the four corner states, the minimum number of the population that reported being any race besides white was 7 percent, the maximum was 798,103.00 individuals, and the mean was very nearly 19,513 individuals. Arizona, by far, had the most counties with more people living in the county reporting being a race other than white. One potential limiting or confounding factor is the counties in Arizona that are made up of Native American reservations or tribal land which could potentially skew the data in those counties since the data is in number of individuals and not percentage.

Creator

Maggie Plessinger

Source

County Subdivisions: TIGER/Line Shapefiles from the US Census Bureau, at census.gov, downloaded in December 2020, data from 141 counties

Race Data: US Census Data downloaded from the US Census Data website, downloaded in December 2020, data from 141 counties

Publisher

Website maintained by Chantel Sloan, Associate Professor in the Public Health Department at Brigham Young University.

Date

County subdivision boundaries and race data from 2018.

Contributor

Maggie Plessinger

Rights

ArcGIS Pro: (Version 2.6.1) Esri Inc.https://www.esri.com/en-us/arcgis/products/arcgis-pro/

Relation

N/A

Format

PDF

Language

English

Coverage

Four Corners region (Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, and Utah) subdivided by county. The map scale is 1:6,743,149.

Still Image Item Type Metadata

Original Format

Map file generated using ArcGIS Pro 2.6.1

Files

(1) Race Map.pdf

Reference

Four Corner States Population of all non-White Races, by County (2018), Maggie Plessinger, Website maintained by Chantel Sloan, Associate Professor in the Public Health Department at Brigham Young University., County subdivision boundaries and race data from 2018.