Marin is a high performance, high disparity and less populous county.
After paying for rent in Marin County, Latino households are left with $16,367 while White households are left with $59,304.
Nearly one in four Latinos in Marin County is uninsured.
Marin County is among the most disparate in terms of poverty in California: only 5% of Whites live below poverty while close to 35% of Native Americans are below the poverty line.
Asians are 2.5x more likely than Latinos to be employed as officials or managers in Marin County.
Black youth are 14x more likely and Native American youth are 5x more likely to be arrested for curfew violations than Whites in Marin County.