Since the late 1960s, Miami has been shaped by many cultural influences, particularly Cuban. The 2010 U.S. Census file for Hispanic or Latino origins reports that about 35% of the population of Miami was of Cuban origin. About 40% of residents are Spanish-dominant speakers.
What percentage of Miami are immigrants?
Well, 23 percent of Floridians were born outside the continental United States. (The Times doesn’t mention it, but we believe that number also includes Puerto Rico.) Only two states have a higher population born overseas: New York (25 percent) and California (28 percent). Oct 15, 2021
Poverty in Miami-Dade Miami Dade County’s poverty rate is 19.8 percent – way higher than the national average. Sixty-one percent of renters spend more than a third of their income on housing. Apr 13, 2021