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Race and Ethnicity Distribution in Roslyn Heights

Source: census.gov
  • 2020
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  • 3,865

    White (Non-Hispanic)

  • 250

    Other (Hispanic)

  • 409

    White (Hispanic)

In 2020, Roslyn Heights, NY had 3,865 White (Non-Hispanic) residents, 15.46 times more than any other race or ethnicity.

250 Other (Hispanic) and 409 White (Hispanic) residents lived in Roslyn Heights, NY in 2020, which were the second and third largest ethnic groups.

Hispanic people 1,022 made up 15.2% of the population of Roslyn Heights, NY.

Foreign-born Population in Roslyn Heights

Source: census.gov
  • 2020
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  • 30.9% 2,072

    2020 FOREIGN-BORN POPULATION

  • 32.6% 2,137

    2019 FOREIGN-BORN POPULATION

As of 2020, 30.9% of citizens in Roslyn Heights, NY (2,072) were born abroad. This was higher than the national average of 13.5% and down from 32.6% in 2019, which means there was a decline in the overseas-born population rate.

Foreign-born Population in Roslyn Heights by Country

Source: census.gov
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  • 1.Dominican Republic

    495,720 ± 17,064 people

  • 2.China

    408,272 ± 15,522 people

  • 3.Jamaica

    227,326 ± 11,637 people

In 2020, Dominican Republic was the most common birthplace of foreign-born citizens of New York, followed by China and Jamaica.

495,720 New York residents were born in Dominican Republic, 408,272 in China, and 227,326 in Jamaica.

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Population With Citizenship in Roslyn Heights

Source: census.gov
  • 2020
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  • 91.4%

    2020 CITIZENSHIP

  • 89.6%

    2019 CITIZENSHIP

As of 2020, 91.4% of residents in Roslyn Heights, NY were US citizens. This was lower than the national average of 93.4% and higher than 89.6% in 2019, which means the rate of citizenship was raising.