Napa is a high performance low disparity and less populous county.
Eleven of 12 Napa elected officials at the county and state level are White; the one non-White politician is of an unknown race.
Over 100 out of 1,000 White residents in Napa County are employed as officials or managers, but less than 25 out of 1,000 Latinos are officials or managers.
In Napa County, Latinos are roughly 4x's as likely to have a higher priced (subprime) housing loan when compared to Asians.
Blacks and Native Americans are 7x more likely than Whites to be incarcerated in Napa County.
Napa County is one of the least disparate counties based on life expectancy, perhaps because it is also one of the least disparate counties for low birthweight and preventable hospitalizations.