Alameda is a high performance, high disparity and more populous county.
In Alameda County, Blacks are subjected to higher-priced housing (subprime) loans nearly 5x more than Asians.
Overall one in two Alameda County third graders achieved math proficiency in 2014-15, compared to roughly one in four Latinos, Native Americans, and Pacific Islanders.
In Alameda County, for every 100,000 African-Americans residents, four are killed by police officers.
In Alameda County, eight out of every 1,000 Black homeowners lose their home due to foreclosure for every four out of 1,000 White homeowners.
Black youth in Alameda County are nine times likelier to be arrested for curfew violations and more than three times as likely to be arrested for truancy as White youth.
In Alameda County, 1 in 5 Latinos (20.7%) is uninsured; 1 in 15 Whites (6.9%) is uninsured.
In Alameda County, Black individuals are nearly 3x more likely to live below poverty than White individuals.
Alameda County is one of the least disparate counties based on voting in presidential elections because Asians and Latinos vote at similar rates as the overall population (68.2%, 70.2% and 73.9% respectively).