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Statistic Verification
Source: Manhattan Institute for Policy Research, Huffington Post
Date Verified: 1.1.2014
Segregation Statistics
Metropolitan Cities with the Highest Level of Segregation
Percentage of non-whites that would need to move to the area to give an equal non-white to white ratio
Rank City Percent
1 Detroit, Michigan 79.6 %
2 Milwaukee, Wisconsin 79.6 %
3 New York, New York 79.1 %
4 Newark, New Jersey 78 %
5 Chicago, Illinois 75.9 %
6 Philadelphia, Penn. 73.7 %
7 Miami, Florida 73 %
8 Cleveland, Ohio 72.6 %
9 St. Louis, Mi 70.6 %
10 Nassau-Suffolk, N. Y. 69.2 %
U.S. Cities with largest decline in Dissimilarity (Dissimilarity is the percentage ratio between non-whites and whites living in a particular area based on population)
Rank City Dissimilarity Decrease
1 York, Pa 47.7
2 Fort Pierce, Florida 40.9
3 Hagerstown, MD 39.7
4 Sarasota, Florida 38.2
5 Redding, Penn. 50.3
6 Fort Wayne, Ind. 40.6
7 Fort Myers, Florida 54.5
8 Kansas City, Missouri 57.7
9 Asheville, N.C. 47.5
10 Naples, Florida 73.5
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Source: Statistic Brain Research Institute (Online / Direct Response Mail)
Content Author: Statistic Brain

Date research was conducted: August 16, 2016

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