The following chart shows the 7 races represented in Santa Ana, CA as a proportion of total. Latino Activist Reuben Martinez Predicts City Will Have At Least Five Latino City Council Members In The Future. It currently has two members on the seven-member panel. Despite pressure for power from the City Council, there have been setbacks, Martinez said, adding that sometimes Santa Ana officials have instigated measures that harm the Latino population.
Martinez points to a recently proposed transport cart law that would prohibit vendors from selling products anywhere except on certain downtown streets. And at its last meeting, the council banned outdoor exchange meetings that are favored by Latinos. Ream said the city does want to work with the Latino community. He says city officials have helped Latino businesses get small loans and offer bilingual services for residents who don't speak English.
Ream says the city has also maintained a partnership with the Santa Ana Unified School District that emphasizes bilingual education. Ream says it has also initiated an affirmative action program to hire more minorities in the City Council workforce. But Councilman John Acosta, one of two Latinos on the council, says there is still a lack of Latinos at the highest levels of City Hall. Although the Latino population has the numbers in the census books, they have not yet understood all of their political powers, said Councilman Miguel A.
The table below shows the 7 races represented in Santa Ana, CA as a proportion of the total population. This graph shows households in Santa Ana, California, distributed among a number of property tax groups compared to the national averages for each group. The largest universities in Santa Ana, California, by number of degrees awarded are Santa Ana College (5,800 and 90.6%), Career Networks Institute (179 and 2.79%) and InterCoast Colleges-Santa Ana (136 and 2.12%). There are a total of 82,990 housing units, the voting population of Santa Ana is 180,634, of these 91,021 are male voters, 89,613 are female voters, 50.4% are men, 49.6% are women.
The following table shows the percentages of U.S. citizenship in Santa Ana, CA compared to its neighboring and parent geographies. The chart below shows households in Santa Ana, CA, spread across a number of car ownership groups compared to the national averages for each group. The most popular majors in Santa Ana, CA are Liberal Arts %26 Science (1.524 and 23.8%), Humanistic Studies (829 and 12.9%), and Fire Prevention %26 Safety Technology (487 and 7.6%).
The most common jobs occupied by Santa Ana, CA residents, by number of employees, are Office %26 Administrative Support Occupations (17,247 people), Sales %26 Related Occupations (16,564 people), and Building%26 Grounds Cleaning %26 Maintenance occupations (14,217 people). The table below shows the percentage of foreign-born residents in Santa Ana, CA compared to their neighboring and parent geographies. The Asian population in Santa Ana is 36,643, in percentage, 11.0 percent are Asian, of these 1,837 are Asian Indians, 1,798 are Chinese, 2,730 are Filipino, 770 are Japanese, 742 are Korean, 23,449 are Vietnamese and 5,317 are from other Asian countries. The median age of the population of Santa Ana is 33.2, the population of Santa Ana by age are, under 18 years old is 85,052, 16 years and older is 257,721, 18 years or older is 247,280, 21 years and older is 231,389, 65 years and over is 43,514.African American refers to the black population in Santa Ana, are black race groups of Africa, includes Africans sub-Saharans, Kenyans, Nigerians, Caribbean like Haitians and Jamaicans.
And while neighborhoods still exist in the city, Latinos have opted for properties all over Santa Ana. Santa Ana is also one of the most densely populated cities in the United States, and has also been ranked as one of the safest cities in the U.S. UU. This chart shows the major industries stock breakdown for residents of Santa Ana, CA, although some of these residents may live in Santa Ana, CA and work elsewhere.