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Clatsop County Latinos: A Demographic and Economic Profile
Urban Studies and Planning Faculty Publications and Presentations
  • Marisa Zapata, Portland State University
  • Amanda Hudson, Portland State University
Document Type
Report
Publication Date
8-31-2016
Subjects
  • Oregon -- Population -- Statistics,
  • Demographic surveys -- Oregon
Abstract

Demographic change continues at an unprecedented rate across Oregon. In part driven by Latino population growth, the state’s future will include a population that only recently began to call Oregon home. Clatsop County is one area that is experiencing this population change (See Figure 1). Clatsop County has long remained ethnically homogenous. Yet, the rapid growth of the Latino population coincides at a time where the White population decreases in much of the county. There are few reports, describing the needs of the Latino population in the areas of planning and community. This report details several key demographic and economic indicators for the Latino community from secondary data sources to help planners, community developers, and policy makers understand the unique needs of the Hispanic population. The picture these data sources display, tells the story of a young, family oriented community struggling to find affordable housing and economic opportunities.

Citation Information
Marisa Zapata and Amanda Hudson. "Clatsop County Latinos: A Demographic and Economic Profile" (2016)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/marisa-zapata/5/