Mono is a high performance, high disparity, and less populous county.
Ten out of eleven Mono County elected officials serving at the county and state levels are White, even though more than 30% of residents are non-White.
In Mono County, over half of the Latino population (51.2%) is uninsured while only 12.9% of Whites are uninsured.
Mono County is among the most racially disparate counties as measured by drinking water contaminant scores with high Native American and low Latino exposure rates.
Mono County is one of the most disparate counties for third grade Math scores in the state with 65% of Whites scoring proficient or better and only 25% of Latinos scoring proficient or better.
Mono County Whites have $14,000 more in income after paying for rent than county Latinos.