Bronx One of Two Majority Hispanic Counties Outside of West, South

The Bronx was one of only two U.S. counties in 2007 outside of the West and the South with a

The Bronx was one of only two U.S. counties in 2007 outside of the West and the South with a majority Hispanic population, according to new census estimates culled from counties with at least 10,000 residents each.

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Of the 46 majority Hispanic counties nationwide, only the Bronx and Sweard, Kan., were outside of Florida, California, Texas, Arizona, New Mexico and Washington State.

Also, Queens, Brooklyn and the Bronx were three of the 13 counties of populations of at least one million with majority-minority populations generally, according to the census estimates.

More on the census stats here.

Bronx One of Two Majority Hispanic Counties Outside of West, South