Communities in the United States with a Hispanic-majority population as of the 2010 Census are primarily found in the Southwestern United States and in large metropolitan areas elsewhere in the country. The community with the highest percentage of Hispanic residents (among communities with over 100,000 people) is the unincorporated community of East Los Angeles, California, whose population was 97.1% Hispanic. Among incorporated localities of over 100,000 people, the city of Laredo, Texas has the highest percentage of Hispanic residents at 95.6%.
San Antonio, Texas is the largest Hispanic-majority city in the United States, with 807,000 Hispanics making up 61.2% of its population. New York City has the most Hispanic residents, although it is not Hispanic-majority.
See List of California communities with Hispanic majority populations in the 2010 census
See List of New Mexico communities with Hispanic majority populations in the 2000 census
See List of Texas communities with Hispanic majority populations in the 2000 census