Kings is a low performance, high disparity, and less populous county.
In Kings County, Native American and Latino rates of uninsured are nearly 3x higher than the White rate of uninsured.
Kings County Black, Latino, and Native American poverty rates are more than double White and Asian poverty rates.
Eight-four percent of White households in Kings County own a computer with Internet access, however only 53% of Native households have both.
In Kings County, two Asian students were suspended per 100 while more than 11 Black and Native American students per 100 were suspended in 2014-15.
In Kings County, White renters are left with $22,000 more after housing costs than Latino renters ($49,538 vs. $27,145).