Disparities in the Community
Economic Indicators

Street scene with local people, cars and waste containers in Collins Court in South Beach district of Miami Beach, Florida, USA A Shot of a Riverfront Florida Home

U.S. Census information reveal numerous economic disparities among Miami-Dade residents. 

These charts, provided by Miami Matters and based on data from the American Community Survey, show significant disparities on several key economic measures. For example, non-Hispanic Whites earn more than twice as much as Hispanics and almost triple as much as Blacks or African Americans on a per capita basis. The percentage of Black or African American and Hispanic children living in poverty is about three-and-a-half (39.1%) and two times (22.9%) as high as it is for non-Hispanic White children (11.2%).

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