The city of Dallas is 42.4% Hispanic according to 2010 Census figures. Demographically, Hispanics form a plurality of the city's population. Non-Hispanic Whites make up 28.8% of the population and African Americans 24.6%. Within Dallas, neighborhood boundaries are sometimes very fluid and poorly defined, but areas with a significant Hispanic presence include West Dallas, North Oak Cliff, parts of Northwest Dallas, and Pleasant Grove in southeastern Dallas.
The city of San Diego is 28.8% Hispanic according to 2010 Census figures. Non-Hispanic Whites constitute 45.1% of the population, Asians 15.6%, and African Americans 6.3%. The Hispanic population is most significant in the central, southern, and southeastern portions of the city. Several neighborhoods in San Diego that are predominately Hispanic include Barrio Logan, Logan Heights, Otay Mesa, and San Ysidro.