The Hispanic population is exploding.

The Hispanic population is exploding. From 1990 to 2016, the Hispanic population will have grown over 1600%.

The Hispanic population is growing faster in Greenville than in South Carolina and the country.

In Greenville County, the Hispanic population has grown from 1% of the population to over 11% in 2016.

While a larger percentage than in South Carolina overall, the United States have a larger percentage of Hispanic population than in Greenville County.

Source: U.S. Census

The Hispanic population is growing in a small number of census tracts.

In 1990, only one census tract had more than 2% of its population with Hispanic origin.

Now several tracts now have Hispanic populations with more than 15% of the population.

Source: U.S. Census

The Hispanic population is concentrated to a few areas of the county.

The Hispanic population is concentrated within specific areas of the county. Large concentrations are in Greer, Taylors, and the West End of the county.

Source: U.S. Census