Nevada is a high performance, high disparity and less populous county.
Only 18.7% of Nevada County Latinos graduated high school in the 2014-5 school year.
Latino residents of Nevada County are exposed to nearly twice as many toxic pollutants from facilities as White residents making it one of the most disparate in the state.
Roughly one in three Native Americans in Nevada County are uninsured compared to only one in eight Whites.
In Nevada County, Latinos (24 per 1k) are employed in official and managerial positions 3x less than Whites (75.1 per 1k).
Nevada County Whites have nearly $17,000 more in income after paying for rent than county Latinos.