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1 County of San Diego Community Profiles by Region and Subregional Area San Diego County Demographics Profile North Central Region 2011 Population Estimates Published March 2013 County of San Diego, Health & Human Services Agency, Public Health Services, Community Health Statistics Unit 1

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3 Table of Contents San Diego County Demographics Profile Click on a topic to jump to that section in the Demographics Profile Introduction San Diego County Demographics Profile North Central Region Geographic Maps Geographic Boundary Map Demographic Data San Diego County Demographic Data Asian/Pacific Islander Population Distribution Language Spoken at Home among Bilinguals Language Spoken at Home among Monolinguals North Central Region Demographic Data Asian/Pacific Islander Population Distribution Coastal SRA Demographic Data Asian/Pacific Islander Population Distribution Del Mar Mira Mesa SRA Demographic Data Asian/Pacific Islander Population Distribution Elliot Navajo SRA Demographic Data Asian/Pacific Islander Population Distribution Kearny Mesa SRA Demographic Data Asian/Pacific Islander Population Distribution Miramar SRA Demographic Data Asian/Pacific Islander Population Distribution Peninsula SRA Demographic Data Asian/Pacific Islander Population Distribution University SRA Demographic Data Asian/Pacific Islander Population Distribution Data Guide Important Information for Data Users Data Sources American Community Survey Topics Glossary of Demographic Terms County of San Diego, Health & Human Services Agency, Public Health Services, Community Health Statistics Unit 3

4 INTRODUCTION County of San Diego, Health & Human Services Agency, Public Health Services, Community Health Statistics Unit 4

5 Introduction Community Health Statistics The Community Health Statistics unit was created to provide a means of sharing information about the health behaviors, diseases, injuries, and demographic characteristics of specific populations in San Diego County. This unit aims to supply health professionals with community level data describing the health trends and needs of the residents of our County. Community Health Statistics also provides or refers persons to available local, state and national statistics. Purpose This profile is a compilation of information made available to the public health community and public policy makers to better understand and manage the health and well being of the residents of our County. The purpose of this profile is to provide detailed information about the characteristics of the people living in San Diego County. It is designed to help the Health and Human Services Agency staff in each of the Health and Human Services Regions (Regions) identify problems and priority needs within their communities. Regional Data Please see Important Information in the data guide section for explanation of geographic boundaries as well as information on methods used here and notes on comparing data. Navigating the Document This PDF document is intended for electronic viewing, online or downloaded to your computer; this allows full navigation ability to jump through the document. This document is updated periodically throughout the year. Using the online version will preserve the links and full navigation ability as well as ensure the most recent version of the document is being used. Use links to jump to a section or page from a list The Table of Contents has many links to quickly jump to the specific section of interest. Within the document, some title pages have lists that are linked to quickly jump to a topic within a section. These links are not underlined, but can be identified when the hand icon ( ) turns into a pointing hand ( ) when hovering over an item. County of San Diego, Health & Human Services Agency, Public Health Services, Community Health Statistics Unit 5

6 There are also links outside the document for more information on a subject. These are underlined and require internet access. They may be identified by the pointing hand with a w for web access. Use the navigation bar at the bottom of the window to move through a document: A go to 1 st page B go back one page C enter a page number to go to D go forward one page E go to last page Use bookmarks to jump to a section This is a built in table of contents that is viewed to the side of the document and can be left open while viewing the document. To access this, click on the bookmarks tab on the left side of window. Use the (+) or ( ) symbols to expand or collapse the list. Click on a bookmark to jump to that page. For more information, contact: Alicia Sampson, Epidemiologist Leslie Upledger Ray, Senior Epidemiologist County of San Diego, Community Health Statistics at Emergency Medical Services 6255 Mission Gorge Road, San Diego, CA (619) County of San Diego, Health & Human Services Agency, Public Health Services, Community Health Statistics Unit 6

7 SAN DIEGO COUNTY DEMOGRAPHICS PROFILE County of San Diego, Health & Human Services Agency, Public Health Services, Community Health Statistics Unit 7

8 SRA and Regional Boundaries in San Diego County ORANGE RIVERSIDE SRA Boundary Region RegName Central East Pendleton Fallbrook Pauma North Central North Coastal North Inland South Oceanside Vista Valley Center Palomar-Julian Carlsbad San Marcos Escondido Anza-Borrego Springs San Dieguito Ramona North San Diego Poway Del Mar-Mira Mesa University Miramar Coastal Elliott-Navajo Kearny Mesa Lakeside Santee Harbison Crest El Cajon Alpine Laguna-Pine Valley IMPERIAL La Mesa Mid-City Peninsula Lemon Grove Spring Valley Central San Diego Southeastern San Diego Mountain Empire I Miles Coronado National City Jamul Chula Vista Sweetwater Maps Prepared by County of San Diego, HHSA, Emergency Medical Services, South Bay NAD_1983_StatePlane_California_VI_FIPS _0406_Feet_D_North_American_1983, Foot_US BAJA CALIFORNIA County of San Diego, Health & Human Services Agency, Public Health Services, Community Health Statistics Unit 8

9 San Diego County Overview Demographic Profile (2011 SANDAG Estimates) Education (2011 ACS) (LWSD! ) Number Percent 3,115, % 25+ Years Old 1,978,168 Age Distribution Completed Education 0 to 4 Years 197, % < High School Graduate 14.74% 5 to 14 Years 395, % High School Graduate 19.32% 15 to 24 Years 498, % Some College or AA 31.78% 25 to 44 Years 890, % Bachelor Degree 21.36% 45 to 64 Years 770, % Graduate Degree 12.81% 65+ Years 361, % Gender Distribution School Enrollment (2011 ACS) Male 1,562, % Population Eligible for Enrollment Female 1,553, % 4 to 18 years 616,894 Race/Ethnicity Private vs Public School Enrollment White 1,495, % Percent Public Schools 92.11% Hispanic 1,010, % Percent Private Schools 7.89% Black 142, % Asian/Pacific Islander* 348, % Language (2011 ACS) Other 117, % 5+ Years Old 2,857,133 Income (2011 ACS) (LWSD! ) Primary Language Spoken at Home Number Percent English Only 63.29% Total Households 1,064, % Spanish Only 11.07% Household Income Asian/Pacific Island Language Only 3.60% < $35, , % Other Language Only 1.45% $35,000 to $50, , % Bilingual 20.60% $50,000 to $75, , % $75,000 to $100, , % Housing Estimates (2011 ACS) $100,000 to $150, , % Occupancy > $150, , % Owner Occupied 55.24% Income per Person in HH Renter Occupied 44.76% Median HH Income Persons Per HH $69, Housing Costs Median House Value $396,500 Income per Person in HH $25, Median Rent $1,237 Unemployment Estimates (2011 ACS) (LWSD! ) Personal Vehicles (2011 ACS) Eligible Labor Force Household Vehicle Availability 16+ Years 1,595,751 No Vehicle 6.18% Labor Force 1 Vehicle 32.20% Percent Unemployed 8.48% >1 Vehicle 61.62% Occupation (2011 ACS) Labor Force (16+ Years) Unemployed Civilians Armed Forces Employed Civilians Employed Civilian Occupation Category (16+ Years) Management, Professional, & Related Service Sales and Office Construction, Extraction, & Maintenance Production, Transportation, & Material Moving Industry (2011 ACS) Industry of Civilian Employees Agriculture, Forestry, Mining Construction Manufacturing Wholesale Trade Retail Trade Transportation, Warehousing, and Utilities Information and Communications Finance, Insurance, and Real Estate Professional, Scientific, Management, Admin. Educational, Social and Health Services Entertainment and Hospitality related Other Services Public Administration Poverty Estimates (2011 ACS) Income Percent of Poverty Level 135,379 <50% 6.03% 77, % 2.99% 1,382, % 3.99% % 4.41% 39.80% % 4.26% 18.60% 150% 199% 8.66% 25.14% 200% % 8.30% 8.16% Percent Below Poverty Level Population 13.01% Families 9.18% Families With Children 13.54% 0.86% 6.45% 9.33% Single Parent Homes (2011 ACS) Total Family Households With Children <18 Years 336, % 11.03% Families With Children <18 Years Percent Single Parent 27.67% 3.77% 2.43% 7.19% 14.16% *See Asian/Pacific Islander Population Distribution for more detailed information. See Supplemental Page for more related data % LWSD! = Live Well, San Diego! Indicator % 5.25% 5.56% County of San Diego, Health & Human Services Agency, Public Health Services, Community Health Statistics Unit 9

10 San Diego County Supplemental Page Marital Status (2011 ACS) Older Adult Population (2011 ACS) Number Percent 65+ Years Old 361, Years Old 2,468, % Household Type Marital Status Married Couple Family 53.16% Single, Never Married 862, % Family Household, No Spouse Present 16.30% Married 1,185, % Non Family Household 3.96% Separated 48, % Group Quarters 2.87% Widowed 122, % Male, Living Alone 6.96% Divorced 249, % Female, Living Alone 16.75% Poverty Public Program Participation (2011 ACS) Percent Below 100% FPL 7.41% Food Stamps/SNAP Benefits Percent Below 200% FPL 24.94% Households Families with Children 3.97% 5.27% Income Mean Household Earnings $56,851 Cash Public Assistance Percent with Earnings 34.50% Households 2.45% Percent with Social Security Income 89.10% Families with Children 14.91% Percent with Supplemental Security Income 7.70% Percent with Cash Public Assistance Income 1.70% Selected Status Populations (2011 ACS) Percent with Retirement Income 51.90% Number Percent Percent with Food Stamps/SNAP Benefits 2.60% Disability Status Labor Force Total Civilian Noninstitutionalized Population 3,040, % Percent in Labor Force 15.50% With a Disability 275, % Grandparents With a Hearing Difficulty 76, % Living with Grandchild (<18 Years Old) 8.90% With a Vision Difficulty 49, % Responsible for Grandchild (<18 Years Old) 1.50% With a Cognitive Difficulty 106, % With an Ambulatory Difficulty 141, % With a Self care Difficulty 55, % Selected Economic & Social Characteristics (2011 ACS) (LWSD! ) With an Independent Living Difficulty 109, % Monthly Housing Costs as a Percentage of Household Income Veteran Status Less than 20% per Month 29.00% Civilian Population 18+ Years 2,262, % 20% to 29% per Month 22.60% Veteran Population 240, % 30% or more per Month 48.40% Foreign Born Health Insurance Coverage Status 3,115, % Ages 0 17 Years Foreign Born 709, % With Health Insurance Coverage 91.85% Foreign Born, Naturalized Citizen 330, % Without Health Insurance Coverage 8.15% Foreign Born, Not a U.S. Citizen 378, % Ages Years With Health Insurance Coverage 76.35% Without Health Insurance Coverage 23.65% Selected Housing Characteristics (2011 SANDAG & ACS) Ages 65+ Years Total Units Occupied With Health Insurance Coverage 98.29% Housing and Occupancy Without Health Insurance Coverage 1.71% Total Housing Units 1,161,720 1,094,673 All Ages Single Family Detached 562, ,788 With Health Insurance Coverage 82.61% Single Family Multiple Unit 135, ,167 Without Health Insurance Coverage 17.39% Multi Family 419, ,886 Commute to Work Mobile Home and Other 43,664 39,832 Car, Truck, or Van Drove Alone 75.77% Car, Truck, or Van Carpooled 10.39% Public Transportation (Excluding Taxis) 3.24% Walked 2.80% Other Means 1.76% Worked from Home 6.03% LWSD! = Live Well, San Diego! Indicator. County of San Diego, Health & Human Services Agency, Public Health Services, Community Health Statistics Unit 10

11 San Diego County Asian/Pacific Islander Population Distribution (2011 ACS)* Percent of Number* Asian Population 3,115,810 Percent of Total Population Total Asian/Pacific Islander Population 339, % 10.89% Asian Indian 24, % 0.77% Bangladeshi % 0.00% Cambodian 5, % 0.16% Chinese; except Taiwanese 48, % 1.54% Filipino 145, % 4.67% Hmong 1, % 0.05% Indonesian 1, % 0.04% Japanese 19, % 0.62% Korean 20, % 0.66% Laotian 6, % 0.21% Malaysian % 0.00% Pakistani 1, % 0.05% Sri Lankan % 0.01% Taiwanese 3, % 0.11% Thai 2, % 0.08% Vietnamese 47, % 1.52% Other Asian/Pacific Islander 9, % 0.30% Other Asian/Pacific Islander; not specified 2, % 0.08% *Asian/Pacific Islander population estimates includes those having origins of the Far East, Southeast Asia, the Indian subcontinent, or Pacific Islands. This table is provided to give more detail on these estimates by origin. Estimated number based off 2011 ACS percentages and 2011 SANDAG Population Estimates. County of San Diego, Health & Human Services Agency, Public Health Services, Community Health Statistics Unit 11

12 San Diego County Language Spoken at Home Among Bilinguals, Aged 5+ Years Estimates* from 2011 American Community Survey Language Spoken at Home Number*, Aged 5+ Years 2,918,098 Percent of Bilingual** Population Percent of Total Population Total English Bilingual* Population 601, % 20.60% Spanish 393, % 13.50% Tagalog 55, % 1.91% Chinese 20, % 0.70% Vietnamese 14, % 0.49% German 8, % 0.29% French 8, % 0.28% Arabic 7, % 0.27% Korean 7, % 0.26% Persian 7, % 0.24% Japanese 6, % 0.22% African 6, % 0.21% Other Pacific Island Languages 5, % 0.20% Other Asian Languages 4, % 0.17% Italian 4, % 0.16% Other/Unspecified Bilingual 4, % 0.16% Portuguese 4, % 0.16% Russian 4, % 0.15% Hindi 4, % 0.14% Other Indic Languages 3, % 0.12% Other Indo European Languages 2, % 0.10% Laotian 2, % 0.08% Other West Germanic Languages 1, % 0.07% Polish 1, % 0.07% Mon Khmer, Cambodian 1, % 0.07% Scandinavian Languages 1, % 0.07% Other Slavic Languages 1, % 0.06% Serbo Croatian 1, % 0.06% Urdu 1, % 0.06% Gujarati 1, % 0.05% Armenian 1, % 0.05% Greek 1, % 0.05% Thai 1, % 0.04% Hebrew 1, % 0.04% Hmong % 0.03% Hungarian % 0.03% Other Native North American Lang % 0.01% Yiddish % 0.01% Navajo % 0.00% *Estimated number based off 2011 ACS percentages and 2011 SANDAG Population Estimates. The 2011 American Community Survey universe is limited to the household population over 5 years old and excludes the population living in institutions, college dormitories, and other group quarters. Data are based on a sample are subject to sampling variability. ** In this case, "bilingual" refers to those who speak English very well and speak another language at home. County of San Diego, Health & Human Services Agency, Public Health Services, Community Health Statistics Unit 12

13 San Diego County Language Spoken at Home among Monolinguals, Aged 5+ Estimates* from 2011 American Community Survey Percent of Language Spoken at Home Number* Monolingual** Population, Aged 5+ Years 2,918,098 Percent of Total Population Total Mono lingual Population 2,318, % 79.46% English Only 1,848, % 63.29% Non English Speakers: Spanish Only 323, % 11.07% Tagalog Only 34, % 1.18% Vietnamese Only 24, % 0.85% Chinese Only 19, % 0.66% Korean Only 7, % 0.26% Arabic Only 7, % 0.26% Japanese Only 5, % 0.20% Persian Only 5, % 0.19% Other and Unspecified Languages Only 4, % 0.17% African Only 4, % 0.14% Russian Only 3, % 0.20% Laotian Only 3, % 0.12% Other Pacific Island Only 3, % 0.11% Other Asian Only 2, % 0.08% Mon Khmer, Cambodian 2, % 0.08% French Only 2, % 0.07% German Only 1, % 0.06% Italian Only 1, % 0.05% Portuguese Only 1, % 0.05% Thai Only 1, % 0.04% Other Indo European Only 1, % 0.04% Other Indic Only 1, % 0.04% Hindi Only 1, % 0.04% Other Slavic Only % 0.02% Hungarian Only % 0.03% Urdu Only % 0.03% Polish Only % 0.02% Armenian Only % 0.02% Serbo Croatian Only % 0.02% Hmong Only % 0.02% Gujarati Only % 0.02% Scandinavian Only % 0.01% Greek Only % 0.01% Other West Germanic Only % 0.01% Hebrew Only % 0.01% *Estimated number based off 2011 ACS percentages and 2011 SANDAG Population Estimates. The 2011 American Community Survey universe is limited to the household population over 5 years old and excludes the population living in institutions, college dormitories, and other group quarters. Data are based on a sample are subject to sampling variability. ** In this case, "monolingual" refers to those who speak English only or another language at home and speak English less than very well. County of San Diego, Health & Human Services Agency, Public Health Services, Community Health Statistics Unit 13

14 NORTH CENTRAL REGION DEMOGRAPHICS PROFILE SRAs: Coastal Del Mar Mira Mesa Elliot Navajo Kearny Mesa Miramar Peninsula University County of San Diego, Health & Human Services Agency, Public Health Services, Community Health Statistics Unit 14

15 Overview Demographic Profile (2011 SANDAG Estimates) Education (2011 ACS) (LWSD! ) Number Percent 609, % 25+ Years Old 407,176 Age Distribution Completed Education 0 to 4 Years 32, % < High School Graduate 6.10% 5 to 14 Years 61, % High School Graduate 13.40% 15 to 24 Years 103, % Some College or AA 28.52% 25 to 44 Years 193, % Bachelor Degree 30.46% 45 to 64 Years 144, % Graduate Degree 21.52% 65+ Years 73, % Gender Distribution School Enrollment (2011 ACS) Male 308, % Population Eligible for Enrollment Female 301, % 4 to 18 years 97,453 Race/Ethnicity Private vs Public School Enrollment White 365, % Percent Public Schools 87.26% Hispanic 87, % Percent Private Schools 12.74% Black 18, % Asian/Pacific Islander* 111, % Language (2011 ACS) Other 26, % 5+ Years Old 572,052 Income (2011 ACS) (LWSD! ) Primary Language Spoken at Home Number Percent English Only 72.60% Total Households 234, % Spanish Only 2.82% Household Income Asian/Pacific Island Language Only 5.58% < $35,000 50, % Other Language Only 1.89% $35,000 to $50,000 25, % Bilingual 17.11% $50,000 to $75,000 39, % $75,000 to $100,000 34, % Housing Estimates (2011 ACS) $100,000 to $150,000 42, % Occupancy > $150,000 42, % Owner Occupied 52.93% Renter Occupied 47.07% Unemployment Estimates (2011 ACS) (LWSD! ) Eligible Labor Force Personal Vehicles (2011 ACS) 16+ Years 347,009 Household Vehicle Availability Labor Force No Vehicle 4.18% Percent Unemployed 6.99% 1 Vehicle 34.16% >1 Vehicle 61.66% Occupation (2011 ACS) Labor Force (16+ Years) Poverty Estimates (2011 ACS) Unemployed Civilians Armed Forces Employed Civilians Employed Civilian Occupation Category (16+ Yrs) Management, Professional, & Related Service Sales and Office Construction, Extraction, & Maintenance Production, Transportation, & Material Moving Industry (2011 ACS) Industry of Civilian Employees Agriculture, Forestry, Mining Construction Manufacturing Wholesale Trade Retail Trade Transportation, Warehousing, and Utilities Information and Communications Finance, Insurance, and Real Estate Professional, Scientific, Management, Admin. Educational, Social and Health Services Entertainment and Hospitality related Other Services Public Administration North Central Region 24,263 Income Percent of Poverty Level 17,773 <50% 5.95% 304, % 1.95% 75 99% 2.64% 52.81% % 2.71% 13.79% % 2.76% 23.53% 150% 199% 6.08% 4.35% 200% % 5.52% Percent Below Poverty Level Population 10.53% Families 5.43% Families With Children 8.23% 0.26% 3.57% 9.89% 2.25% Single Parent Homes (2011 ACS) Total Family Households With Children <18 Years 59, % Families With Children <18 Years 2.92% Percent Single Parent 22.56% 3.13% 8.72% 17.96% 22.85% *See Asian/Pacific Islander Population Distribution for more detailed information. 9.75% See Supplemental Page for more related data. 4.51% LWSD! = Live Well, San Diego! Indicator. 4.93% County of San Diego, Health & Human Services Agency, Public Health Services, Community Health Statistics Unit 15

16 North Central Region Supplemental Page Marital Status (2011 ACS) Older Adult Population (2011 ACS) Number Percent 65+ Years Old 73, Years Old 510, % Household Type Marital Status Married Couple Family 55.82% Single, Never Married 198, % Family Household, No Spouse Present 11.08% Married 230, % Non Family Household 5.12% Separated 6, % Group Quarters 2.41% Widowed 23, % Male, Living Alone 7.13% Divorced 50, % Female, Living Alone 18.44% Poverty Public Program Participation (2011 ACS) Percent Below 100% FPL 5.26% Food Stamps/SNAP Benefits Percent Below 200% FPL 19.13% Households Families with Children 1.52% 2.12% Income Mean Household Earnings Cash Public Assistance Percent with Earnings Households 1.08% Percent with Social Security Income Families with Children 5.75% Percent with Supplemental Security Income Percent with Cash Public Assistance Income Selected Status Populations (2011 ACS) Percent with Retirement Income Number Percent Percent with Food Stamps/SNAP Benefits Disability Status Labor Force Total Civilian Noninstitutionalized Population Percent in Labor Force With a Disability Grandparents With a Hearing Difficulty Living with Grandchild (<18 Years Old) With a Vision Difficulty Responsible for Grandchild (<18 Years Old) With a Cognitive Difficulty With an Ambulatory Difficulty With a Self care Difficulty Selected Economic & Social Characteristics (2011 ACS) (LWSD! ) With an Independent Living Difficulty Monthly Housing Costs as a Percentage of Household Income Veteran Status Less than 20% per Month 26.90% Civilian Population 18+ Years 473, % 20% to 29% per Month 23.16% Veteran Population 48, % 30% or more per Month 49.94% Foreign Born Health Insurance Coverage Status 609, % Ages 0 17 Years Foreign Born 127, % With Health Insurance Coverage Foreign Born, Naturalized Citizen 71, % Without Health Insurance Coverage Foreign Born, Not a U.S. Citizen 56, % Ages Years With Health Insurance Coverage Without Health Insurance Coverage Selected Housing Characteristics (2011 SANDAG & ACS) Ages 65+ Years Total Units Occupied With Health Insurance Coverage Housing and Occupancy Without Health Insurance Coverage Total Housing Units 253, ,611 All Ages Single Family Detached 113, ,500 With Health Insurance Coverage Single Family Multiple Unit 28,615 26,675 Without Health Insurance Coverage Multi Family 109, ,790 Commute to Work Mobile Home and Other 1,785 1,646 Car, Truck, or Van Drove Alone 77.36% Car, Truck, or Van Carpooled 7.53% Public Transportation (Excluding Taxis) 2.93% Walked 2.76% Other Means 2.34% Worked from Home 7.09% LWSD! = Live Well, San Diego! Indicator. County of San Diego, Health & Human Services Agency, Public Health Services, Community Health Statistics Unit 16

17 North Central Region Asian/Pacific Islander Population Distribution (2011 ACS)* Percent of Number* Asian Population 609,745 Percent of Total Population Total Asian/Pacific Islander Population 108, % 17.85% Asian Indian 11, % 1.81% Bangladeshi % 0.01% Cambodian % 0.13% Chinese; except Taiwanese 22, % 3.77% Filipino 30, % 5.04% Hmong 1, % 0.17% Indonesian % 0.08% Japanese 6, % 1.07% Korean 8, % 1.46% Laotian 1, % 0.17% Malaysian % 0.01% Pakistani % 0.14% Sri Lankan % 0.02% Taiwanese 1, % 0.21% Thai % 0.12% Vietnamese 17, % 2.91% Other Asian/Pacific Islander 3, % 0.53% Other Asian/Pacific Islander; not specified 1, % 0.22% *Asian/Pacific Islander population estimates includes those having origins of the Far East, Southeast Asia, the Indian subcontinent, or Pacific Islands. This table is provided to give more detail on these estimates by origin. Estimated number based off 2011 ACS percentages and 2011 SANDAG Population Estimates. County of San Diego, Health & Human Services Agency, Public Health Services, Community Health Statistics Unit 17

18 Overview Demographic Profile (2011 SANDAG Estimates) Education (2011 ACS) (LWSD! ) Number Percent 75, % 25+ Years Old 54,284 Age Distribution Completed Education 0 to 4 Years 2, % < High School Graduate 2.83% 5 to 14 Years 5, % High School Graduate 9.17% 15 to 24 Years 11, % Some College or AA 22.41% 25 to 44 Years 27, % Bachelor Degree 36.85% 45 to 64 Years 16, % Graduate Degree 28.74% 65+ Years 12, % Gender Distribution School Enrollment (2011 ACS) Male 38, % Population Eligible for Enrollment Female 36, % 4 to 18 years 7,767 Race/Ethnicity Private vs Public School Enrollment White 60, % Percent Public Schools 74.02% Hispanic 8, % Percent Private Schools 25.98% Black % Asian/Pacific Islander* 3, % Language (2011 ACS) Other 2, % 5+ Years Old 70,043 Income (2011 ACS) (LWSD! ) Primary Language Spoken at Home Number Percent English Only 86.73% Total Households 35, % Spanish Only 1.16% Household Income Asian/Pacific Island Language Only 0.71% < $35,000 8, % Other Language Only 1.12% $35,000 to $50,000 3, % Bilingual 10.27% $50,000 to $75,000 5, % $75,000 to $100,000 4, % Housing Estimates (2011 ACS) $100,000 to $150,000 5, % Occupancy > $150,000 7, % Owner Occupied 43.91% Income per Person in HH Renter Occupied 56.09% Median HH Income Persons Per HH $83, Housing Costs Median House Value $670,977 Income per Person in HH $41, Median Rent $1,587 Change from County 62.98% Personal Vehicles (2011 ACS) Unemployment Estimates (2011 ACS) (LWSD! ) Household Vehicle Availability Eligible Labor Force No Vehicle 5.54% 16+ Years 45,460 1 Vehicle 38.83% Labor Force >1 Vehicle 55.63% Percent Unemployed 7.45% Poverty Estimates (2011 ACS) Occupation (2011 ACS) Income Percent of Poverty Level Labor Force (16+ Years) Unemployed Civilians Armed Forces Employed Civilians Employed Civilian Occupation Category (16+ Yrs) Management, Professional, & Related Service Sales and Office Construction, Extraction, & Maintenance Production, Transportation, & Material Moving Industry (2011 ACS) Industry of Civilian Employees Agriculture, Forestry, Mining Construction Manufacturing Wholesale Trade Retail Trade Transportation, Warehousing, and Utilities Information and Communications Finance, Insurance, and Real Estate Professional, Scientific, Management, Admin. Educational, Social and Health Services Entertainment and Hospitality related Other Services Public Administration <50% 7.04% 3, % 1.68% 1, % 1.97% 41, % 2.52% % 2.49% 57.21% 150% 199% 5.87% 14.26% 200% % 22.17% 3.31% Percent Below Poverty Level Population 10.69% 3.05% Families 3.26% Families With Children 4.72% Single Parent Homes (2011 ACS) 0.19% 3.52% Total Family Households With Children <18 Years 4, % 2.55% Families With Children <18 Years Percent Single Parent 18.30% 7.02% 2.42% 3.07% 10.97% Coastal SRA *See Asian/Pacific Islander Population Distribution for more detailed information % See Supplemental Page for more related data % LWSD! = Live Well, San Diego! Indicator % 4.51% 3.60% County of San Diego, Health & Human Services Agency, Public Health Services, Community Health Statistics Unit 18

19 Coastal SRA Supplemental Page Marital Status (2011 ACS) Older Adult Population (2011 ACS) Number Percent 65+ Years Old 12, Years Old 65, % Household Type Marital Status Married Couple Family 59.50% Single, Never Married 30, % Family Household, No Spouse Present 3.68% Married 25, % Non Family Household 4.58% Separated % Group Quarters 2.95% Widowed 2, % Male, Living Alone 8.24% Divorced 6, % Female, Living Alone 21.05% Poverty Public Program Participation (2011 ACS) Percent Below 100% FPL 3.77% Food Stamps/SNAP Benefits Percent Below 200% FPL 14.38% Households Families with Children 0.51% 0.51% Income Mean Household Earnings Cash Public Assistance Percent with Earnings Households 0.99% Percent with Social Security Income Families with Children 1.08% Percent with Supplemental Security Income Percent with Cash Public Assistance Income Selected Status Populations (2011 ACS) Percent with Retirement Income Number Percent Percent with Food Stamps/SNAP Benefits Disability Status Labor Force Total Civilian Noninstitutionalized Population Percent in Labor Force With a Disability Grandparents With a Hearing Difficulty Living with Grandchild (<18 Years Old) With a Vision Difficulty Responsible for Grandchild (<18 Years Old) With a Cognitive Difficulty With an Ambulatory Difficulty With a Self care Difficulty Selected Economic & Social Characteristics (2011 ACS) (LWSD! ) With an Independent Living Difficulty Monthly Housing Costs as a Percentage of Household Income Veteran Status Less than 20% per Month 36.18% Civilian Population 18+ Years 62, % 20% to 29% per Month 19.63% Veteran Population 5, % 30% or more per Month 44.19% Foreign Born Health Insurance Coverage Status 75, % Ages 0 17 Years Foreign Born 8, % With Health Insurance Coverage Foreign Born, Naturalized Citizen 5, % Without Health Insurance Coverage Foreign Born, Not a U.S. Citizen 3, % Ages Years With Health Insurance Coverage Without Health Insurance Coverage Selected Housing Characteristics (2011 SANDAG & ACS) Ages 65+ Years Total Units Occupied With Health Insurance Coverage Housing and Occupancy Without Health Insurance Coverage Total Housing Units 41,290 36,720 All Ages Single Family Detached 14,220 13,101 With Health Insurance Coverage Single Family Multiple Unit 7,075 6,252 Without Health Insurance Coverage Multi Family 19,729 17,139 Commute to Work Mobile Home and Other Car, Truck, or Van Drove Alone 74.73% Car, Truck, or Van Carpooled 6.22% Public Transportation (Excluding Taxis) 1.88% Walked 3.70% Other Means 4.83% Worked from Home 8.64% LWSD! = Live Well, San Diego! Indicator. County of San Diego, Health & Human Services Agency, Public Health Services, Community Health Statistics Unit 19

20 Coastal SRA Asian/Pacific Islander Population Distribution (2011 ACS)* Percent of Number* Asian Population 75,555 Percent of Total Population Total Asian/Pacific Islander Population 3, % 4.24% Asian Indian % 0.48% Bangladeshi % 0.00% Cambodian % 0.00% Chinese; except Taiwanese 1, % 1.44% Filipino % 0.71% Hmong % 0.00% Indonesian % 0.02% Japanese % 0.30% Korean % 0.74% Laotian % 0.07% Malaysian % 0.00% Pakistani % 0.03% Sri Lankan % 0.00% Taiwanese % 0.06% Thai % 0.06% Vietnamese % 0.18% Other Asian/Pacific Islander % 0.03% Other Asian/Pacific Islander; not specified % 0.11% *Asian/Pacific Islander population estimates includes those having origins of the Far East, Southeast Asia, the Indian subcontinent, or Pacific Islands. This table is provided to give more detail on these estimates by origin. Estimated number based off 2011 ACS percentages and 2011 SANDAG Population Estimates. County of San Diego, Health & Human Services Agency, Public Health Services, Community Health Statistics Unit 20

21 Overview Demographic Profile (2011 SANDAG Estimates) Education (2011 ACS) (LWSD! ) Number Percent 158, % 25+ Years Old 107,959 Age Distribution Completed Education 0 to 4 Years 9, % < High School Graduate 6.25% 5 to 14 Years 22, % High School Graduate 11.92% 15 to 24 Years 19, % Some College or AA 24.07% 25 to 44 Years 46, % Bachelor Degree 32.49% 45 to 64 Years 45, % Graduate Degree 25.26% 65+ Years 14, % Gender Distribution School Enrollment (2011 ACS) Male 79, % Population Eligible for Enrollment Female 79, % 4 to 18 years 34,194 Race/Ethnicity Private vs Public School Enrollment White 75, % Percent Public Schools 89.90% Hispanic 16, % Percent Private Schools 10.10% Black 3, % Asian/Pacific Islander* 55, % Language (2011 ACS) Other 7, % 5+ Years Old 149,985 Income (2011 ACS) (LWSD! ) Primary Language Spoken at Home Number Percent English Only 59.55% Total Households 53, % Spanish Only 2.11% Household Income Asian/Pacific Island Language Only 11.57% < $35,000 6, % Other Language Only 2.52% $35,000 to $50,000 4, % Bilingual 24.24% $50,000 to $75,000 6, % $75,000 to $100,000 8, % Housing Estimates (2011 ACS) $100,000 to $150,000 12, % Occupancy > $150,000 15, % Owner Occupied 66.64% Income per Person in HH Renter Occupied 33.36% Median HH Income Persons Per HH $112, Housing Costs Median House Value $532,546 Income per Person in HH $38, Median Rent $1,755 Change from County 54.86% Personal Vehicles (2011 ACS) Unemployment Estimates (2011 ACS) (LWSD! ) Household Vehicle Availability Eligible Labor Force No Vehicle 2.10% 16+ Years 88,635 1 Vehicle 24.88% Labor Force >1 Vehicle 73.02% Percent Unemployed 6.39% Poverty Estimates (2011 ACS) Occupation (2011 ACS) Income Percent of Poverty Level Labor Force (16+ Years) <50% 2.75% Unemployed Civilians 5, % 1.43% Armed Forces % 1.63% Employed Civilians 82, % 1.54% Employed Civilian Occupation Category (16+ Yrs) % 2.18% Management, Professional, & Related 57.48% 150% 199% 3.82% Service 10.25% 200% % Sales and Office Construction, Extraction, & Maintenance 22.39% 3.38% Percent Below Poverty Level Population 5.81% Production, Transportation, & Material Moving 6.50% Families 4.66% Families With Children 5.98% Industry (2011 ACS) Industry of Civilian Employees Single Parent Homes (2011 ACS) Agriculture, Forestry, Mining Construction Manufacturing Wholesale Trade Retail Trade Transportation, Warehousing, and Utilities Information and Communications Finance, Insurance, and Real Estate Professional, Scientific, Management, Admin. Educational, Social and Health Services Entertainment and Hospitality related Other Services Public Administration Del Mar / Mira Mesa SRA 0.15% 2.68% Total Family Households With Children <18 Years 21, % 2.16% Families With Children <18 Years Percent Single Parent 16.55% 8.75% 2.85% 4.36% 9.20% *See Asian/Pacific Islander Population Distribution for more detailed information % See Supplemental Page for more related data % LWSD! = Live Well, San Diego! Indicator. 7.00% 3.50% 4.34% County of San Diego, Health & Human Services Agency, Public Health Services, Community Health Statistics Unit 21

22 Supplemental Page Marital Status (2011 ACS) Older Adult Population (2011 ACS) Number Percent 65+ Years Old 14, Years Old 126, % Household Type Marital Status Married Couple Family 50.18% Single, Never Married 37, % Family Household, No Spouse Present 31.65% Married 73, % Non Family Household 4.35% Separated 1, % Group Quarters 1.31% Widowed 4, % Male, Living Alone 3.60% Divorced 10, % Female, Living Alone 8.92% Poverty Public Program Participation (2011 ACS) Percent Below 100% FPL 5.69% Food Stamps/SNAP Benefits Percent Below 200% FPL 16.96% Households Families with Children 1.33% 1.61% Income Mean Household Earnings Cash Public Assistance Percent with Earnings Households 1.00% Percent with Social Security Income Families with Children 5.73% Percent with Supplemental Security Income Percent with Cash Public Assistance Income Selected Status Populations (2011 ACS) Percent with Retirement Income Number Percent Percent with Food Stamps/SNAP Benefits Disability Status Labor Force Total Civilian Noninstitutionalized Population Percent in Labor Force With a Disability Grandparents With a Hearing Difficulty Living with Grandchild (<18 Years Old) With a Vision Difficulty Responsible for Grandchild (<18 Years Old) With a Cognitive Difficulty With an Ambulatory Difficulty With a Self care Difficulty With an Independent Living Difficulty Del Mar / Mira Mesa SRA Selected Economic & Social Characteristics (2011 ACS) (LWSD! ) Monthly Housing Costs as a Percentage of Household Income Veteran Status Less than 20% per Month 32.47% Civilian Population 18+ Years 119, % 20% to 29% per Month 27.63% Veteran Population 10, % 30% or more per Month 39.90% Foreign Born Health Insurance Coverage Status 158, % Ages 0 17 Years Foreign Born 53, % With Health Insurance Coverage Foreign Born, Naturalized Citizen 32, % Without Health Insurance Coverage Foreign Born, Not a U.S. Citizen 20, % Ages Years With Health Insurance Coverage Without Health Insurance Coverage Selected Housing Characteristics (2011 SANDAG & ACS) Ages 65+ Years Total Units Occupied With Health Insurance Coverage Housing and Occupancy Without Health Insurance Coverage Total Housing Units 56,921 54,657 All Ages Single Family Detached 35,116 34,101 With Health Insurance Coverage Single Family Multiple Unit 3,607 3,291 Without Health Insurance Coverage Multi Family 17,912 17,044 Commute to Work Mobile Home and Other Car, Truck, or Van Drove Alone 81.33% Car, Truck, or Van Carpooled 9.07% Public Transportation (Excluding Taxis) 1.29% Walked 1.04% Other Means 1.47% Worked from Home 5.81% LWSD! = Live Well, San Diego! Indicator. County of San Diego, Health & Human Services Agency, Public Health Services, Community Health Statistics Unit 22

23 Del Mar Mira Mesa SRA Asian/Pacific Islander Population Distribution (2011 ACS)* Percent of Number* Asian Population 158,482 Percent of Total Population Total Asian/Pacific Islander Population 54, % 34.67% Asian Indian 5, % 3.75% Bangladeshi % 0.02% Cambodian % 0.37% Chinese; except Taiwanese 10, % 6.86% Filipino 19, % 12.32% Hmong % 0.28% Indonesian % 0.15% Japanese 1, % 1.04% Korean 3, % 2.11% Laotian % 0.08% Malaysian % 0.00% Pakistani % 0.38% Sri Lankan % 0.07% Taiwanese % 0.42% Thai % 0.20% Vietnamese 8, % 5.34% Other Asian/Pacific Islander 1, % 0.77% Other Asian/Pacific Islander; not specified % 0.53% *Asian/Pacific Islander population estimates includes those having origins of the Far East, Southeast Asia, the Indian subcontinent, or Pacific Islands. This table is provided to give more detail on these estimates by origin. Estimated number based off 2011 ACS percentages and 2011 SANDAG Population Estimates. County of San Diego, Health & Human Services Agency, Public Health Services, Community Health Statistics Unit 23

24 Overview Demographic Profile (2011 SANDAG Estimates) Education (2011 ACS) (LWSD! ) Number Percent 89, % 25+ Years Old 62,230 Age Distribution Completed Education 0 to 4 Years 5, % < High School Graduate 4.95% 5 to 14 Years 11, % High School Graduate 13.61% 15 to 24 Years 10, % Some College or AA 35.80% 25 to 44 Years 25, % Bachelor Degree 28.53% 45 to 64 Years 22, % Graduate Degree 17.11% 65+ Years 13, % Gender Distribution School Enrollment (2011 ACS) Male 43, % Population Eligible for Enrollment Female 46, % 4 to 18 years 16,641 Race/Ethnicity Private vs Public School Enrollment White 59, % Percent Public Schools 88.84% Hispanic 13, % Percent Private Schools 11.16% Black 3, % Asian/Pacific Islander* 7, % Language (2011 ACS) Other 4, % 5+ Years Old 85,357 Income (2011 ACS) (LWSD! ) Primary Language Spoken at Home Number Percent English Only 81.19% Total Households 35, % Spanish Only 1.81% Household Income Asian/Pacific Island Language Only 2.47% < $35,000 6, % Other Language Only 1.98% $35,000 to $50,000 4, % Bilingual 12.56% $50,000 to $75,000 6, % $75,000 to $100,000 5, % Housing Estimates (2011 ACS) $100,000 to $150,000 7, % Occupancy > $150,000 5, % Owner Occupied 61.73% Income per Person in HH Renter Occupied 38.27% Median HH Income Persons Per HH $81, Housing Costs Median House Value $507,859 Income per Person in HH $30, Median Rent $1,619 Change from County 29.25% Personal Vehicles (2011 ACS) Unemployment Estimates (2011 ACS) (LWSD! ) Household Vehicle Availability Eligible Labor Force No Vehicle 3.18% 16+ Years 48,995 1 Vehicle 30.00% Labor Force >1 Vehicle 66.82% Percent Unemployed 6.19% Poverty Estimates (2011 ACS) Occupation (2011 ACS) Income Percent of Poverty Level Labor Force (16+ Years) <50% 3.96% Unemployed Civilians 3, % 1.11% Armed Forces 2, % 1.94% Employed Civilians 43, % 2.47% Employed Civilian Occupation Category (16+ Yrs) % 2.71% Management, Professional, & Related 51.05% 150% 199% 7.48% Service 13.47% 200% % Sales and Office Construction, Extraction, & Maintenance 25.62% 5.10% Percent Below Poverty Level Population 7.01% Production, Transportation, & Material Moving 4.76% Families 3.73% Families With Children 5.54% Industry (2011 ACS) Industry of Civilian Employees Single Parent Homes (2011 ACS) Agriculture, Forestry, Mining Construction Manufacturing Wholesale Trade Retail Trade Transportation, Warehousing, and Utilities Information and Communications Finance, Insurance, and Real Estate Professional, Scientific, Management, Admin. Educational, Social and Health Services Entertainment and Hospitality related Other Services Public Administration Elliott Navajo SRA 0.36% 3.97% Total Family Households With Children <18 Years 10, % 2.17% Families With Children <18 Years Percent Single Parent 27.32% 11.06% 4.04% 2.87% 9.68% *See Asian/Pacific Islander Population Distribution for more detailed information % See Supplemental Page for more related data % LWSD! = Live Well, San Diego! Indicator. 8.83% 4.38% 7.12% County of San Diego, Health & Human Services Agency, Public Health Services, Community Health Statistics Unit 24

25 Elliot Navajo SRA Supplemental Page Marital Status (2011 ACS) Older Adult Population (2011 ACS) Number Percent 65+ Years Old 13, Years Old 73, % Household Type Marital Status Married Couple Family 60.90% Single, Never Married 22, % Family Household, No Spouse Present 7.38% Married 38, % Non Family Household 5.90% Separated % Group Quarters 1.41% Widowed 4, % Male, Living Alone 5.46% Divorced 8, % Female, Living Alone 18.95% Poverty Public Program Participation (2011 ACS) Percent Below 100% FPL 4.99% Food Stamps/SNAP Benefits Percent Below 200% FPL 15.89% Households Families with Children 1.28% 1.56% Income Mean Household Earnings Cash Public Assistance Percent with Earnings Households 1.43% Percent with Social Security Income Families with Children 5.16% Percent with Supplemental Security Income Percent with Cash Public Assistance Income Selected Status Populations (2011 ACS) Percent with Retirement Income Number Percent Percent with Food Stamps/SNAP Benefits Disability Status Labor Force Total Civilian Noninstitutionalized Population Percent in Labor Force With a Disability Grandparents With a Hearing Difficulty Living with Grandchild (<18 Years Old) With a Vision Difficulty Responsible for Grandchild (<18 Years Old) With a Cognitive Difficulty With an Ambulatory Difficulty With a Self care Difficulty Selected Economic & Social Characteristics (2011 ACS) (LWSD! ) With an Independent Living Difficulty Monthly Housing Costs as a Percentage of Household Income Veteran Status Less than 20% per Month 33.29% Civilian Population 18+ Years 67, % 20% to 29% per Month 22.83% Veteran Population 9, % 30% or more per Month 43.88% Foreign Born Health Insurance Coverage Status 89, % Ages 0 17 Years Foreign Born 12, % With Health Insurance Coverage Foreign Born, Naturalized Citizen 8, % Without Health Insurance Coverage Foreign Born, Not a U.S. Citizen 3, % Ages Years With Health Insurance Coverage Without Health Insurance Coverage Selected Housing Characteristics (2011 SANDAG & ACS) Ages 65+ Years Total Units Occupied With Health Insurance Coverage Housing and Occupancy Without Health Insurance Coverage Total Housing Units 36,724 35,641 All Ages Single Family Detached 20,618 20,080 With Health Insurance Coverage Single Family Multiple Unit 5,826 5,731 Without Health Insurance Coverage Multi Family 9,909 9,470 Commute to Work Mobile Home and Other Car, Truck, or Van Drove Alone 83.91% Car, Truck, or Van Carpooled 6.18% Public Transportation (Excluding Taxis) 1.42% Walked 1.14% Other Means 1.67% Worked from Home 5.67% LWSD! = Live Well, San Diego! Indicator. County of San Diego, Health & Human Services Agency, Public Health Services, Community Health Statistics Unit 25

26 Elliot Navajo SRA Asian/Pacific Islander Population Distribution (2011 ACS)* Percent of Number* Asian Population 89,425 Percent of Total Population Total Asian/Pacific Islander Population 7, % 8.85% Asian Indian % 0.53% Bangladeshi % 0.00% Cambodian % 0.08% Chinese; except Taiwanese 1, % 1.38% Filipino 2, % 2.99% Hmong % 0.02% Indonesian % 0.06% Japanese % 0.70% Korean % 0.94% Laotian % 0.08% Malaysian % 0.02% Pakistani % 0.00% Sri Lankan % 0.00% Taiwanese % 0.04% Thai % 0.08% Vietnamese 1, % 1.32% Other Asian/Pacific Islander % 0.61% Other Asian/Pacific Islander; not specified % 0.01% *Asian/Pacific Islander population estimates includes those having origins of the Far East, Southeast Asia, the Indian subcontinent, or Pacific Islands. This table is provided to give more detail on these estimates by origin. Estimated number based off 2011 ACS percentages and 2011 SANDAG Population Estimates. County of San Diego, Health & Human Services Agency, Public Health Services, Community Health Statistics Unit 26

27 Overview Demographic Profile (2011 SANDAG Estimates) Education (2011 ACS) (LWSD! ) Number Percent 151, % 25+ Years Old 104,601 Age Distribution Completed Education 0 to 4 Years 8, % < High School Graduate 10.13% 5 to 14 Years 14, % High School Graduate 18.46% 15 to 24 Years 21, % Some College or AA 33.51% 25 to 44 Years 50, % Bachelor Degree 25.10% 45 to 64 Years 36, % Graduate Degree 12.80% 65+ Years 19, % Gender Distribution School Enrollment (2011 ACS) Male 75, % Population Eligible for Enrollment Female 76, % 4 to 18 years 22,825 Race/Ethnicity Private vs Public School Enrollment White 83, % Percent Public Schools 88.02% Hispanic 34, % Percent Private Schools 11.98% Black 6, % Asian/Pacific Islander* 20, % Language (2011 ACS) Other 6, % 5+ Years Old 144,231 Income (2011 ACS) (LWSD! ) Primary Language Spoken at Home Number Percent English Only 72.65% Total Households 60, % Spanish Only 5.82% Household Income Asian/Pacific Island Language Only 5.32% < $35,000 15, % Other Language Only 1.40% $35,000 to $50,000 7, % Bilingual 14.81% $50,000 to $75,000 11, % $75,000 to $100,000 9, % Housing Estimates (2011 ACS) $100,000 to $150,000 10, % Occupancy > $150,000 5, % Owner Occupied 53.23% Income per Person in HH Renter Occupied 46.77% Median HH Income Persons Per HH $67, Housing Costs Median House Value $439,158 Income per Person in HH $27, Median Rent $1,499 Change from County 9.69% Personal Vehicles (2011 ACS) Unemployment Estimates (2011 ACS) (LWSD! ) Household Vehicle Availability Eligible Labor Force No Vehicle 4.14% 16+ Years 88,253 1 Vehicle 36.18% Labor Force >1 Vehicle 59.68% Percent Unemployed 8.29% Poverty Estimates (2011 ACS) Occupation (2011 ACS) Income Percent of Poverty Level Labor Force (16+ Years) <50% 5.72% Unemployed Civilians 7, % 2.80% Armed Forces 3, % 3.91% Employed Civilians 77, % 3.85% Employed Civilian Occupation Category (16+ Yrs) % 3.45% Management, Professional, & Related 43.05% 150% 199% 7.94% Service 17.57% 200% % Sales and Office Construction, Extraction, & Maintenance 25.54% 6.27% Percent Below Poverty Level Population 12.44% Production, Transportation, & Material Moving 7.58% Families 7.55% Families With Children 13.37% Industry (2011 ACS) Industry of Civilian Employees Single Parent Homes (2011 ACS) Agriculture, Forestry, Mining Construction Manufacturing Wholesale Trade Retail Trade Transportation, Warehousing, and Utilities Information and Communications Finance, Insurance, and Real Estate Professional, Scientific, Management, Admin. Educational, Social and Health Services Entertainment and Hospitality related Other Services Public Administration Kearny Mesa SRA 0.35% 4.76% Total Family Households With Children <18 Years 13, % 2.59% Families With Children <18 Years Percent Single Parent 26.93% 10.83% 3.25% 2.21% 7.23% *See Asian/Pacific Islander Population Distribution for more detailed information % See Supplemental Page for more related data % LWSD! = Live Well, San Diego! Indicator % 5.76% 5.54% County of San Diego, Health & Human Services Agency, Public Health Services, Community Health Statistics Unit 27

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