San Joaquin is a low performance, low disparity, and less populous county.
Just over one third of San Joaquin County Latinos voted in the 2006, 2010, and 2014 midterm elections (38.5% average).
The Pacific Islander median household income is highest in San Joaquin County at $76,808 and roughly double Native American ($36,936) and Black ($39,753) median household incomes.
Black youth are arrested for truancy at four times the rate of all youth in San Joaquin county.
Two in ten Black residents of San Joaquin County are behind bars.
San Joaquin County has the one of the lowest disparities in income left after housing costs, yet White homeowners are left with nearly $17,000 more than Latino homeowners ($50,261 vs. $33,235).