San Bernardino is a low performance, low disparity, and more populous county.
Between 2010-2014, San Bernardino had one of the highest (top 10) rates of subprime loans assigned to Latino/a's statewide - a rate roughly double that of county Whites.
Less than half of San Bernardino County residents of each race feel safe all of the time in their neighborhoods, including less than 1 in 3 Asian or Pacific Islanders.
The San Bernardino County Black suspension rate (14 suspensions per 100 students) were nearly twice the next closest rate (Native American 7.9), and more than 11x higher than the lowest rate (Asian 1.2) in 2014-15.
San Bernardino County Asians outlive county Pacific Islanders by nearly a decade (79.9 vs. 70.0 years).
San Bernardino County Blacks are more than 16x less likely to own a business than county Asians (2.4 business owners per 1,000 people vs. 40.4).
In San Bernardino County, Native Americans (59 minutes) who commute to work on public transportation spend nearly 20 more minutes on the bus than Whites (40 minutes).
San Bernardino county Black residents (14.6 per 1k) are nearly 5x's more likely to be incarcerated than White residents (3.1 per 1k).