The California Immigrant Data Portal is a project of the University of Southern California’s Equity Research Institute (ERI) to promote narratives to support the integration of diverse immigrant and U.S.-born communities; lift up the intersection of racial justice and immigrant rights; and strengthen the base for inter-sectoral collaborations.
Data portal features
Access data disaggregated by race and ancestry across a host of social and economic indicators, including estimates of population by immigration status
The California Immigrant Data Portal is a resource and progress tracker for immigrants and those serving immigrant communities across the state of California. Our data indicators are designed to track change over time, compare across geographies, and disaggregate by race, immigration status, and other features as much as possible. These data indicators, paired with narratives, can be used to better understand the issues facing California’s immigrants to promote a more inclusive and equitable California.
Generate a Data Summary highlighting demographic indicators and key measures of immigrant inclusion across economic mobility, civic engagement, and warmth of welcome indicators.
Download data and charts that will be useful for your work and applicable to a variety of stakeholders, including: nonprofit organizations, advocates, local governments, funders, scholars, media, and more
Access featured analyses, such as “COVID-19, Systemic Racism, and Immigrant Communities”
Compare how immigrants in your area are faring with data available by multiple geographic areas (state, county, sub-county, large city) for U.S. born and immigrant populations
Stay tuned for updates on the California Immigrant Data Portal in the weeks ahead!
Questions? Contact us at email@example.com
Watch the October 2022 California Immigrant Data Portal Webinar featuring the most recent updates to the data portal.
On October 27th, 2020, ERI staff provided a demonstration of the website and discussed with guest speakers how the site can help inform immigrant integration work throughout the state.
- Cathy Cha, President, Evelyn and Walter Haas, Jr. Fund
- Maricela Morales, Executive Director, Central Coast Alliance United for A Sustainable Economy (CAUSE)
- Manuel Pastor, Director, USC Equity Research Institute
- Joanna Lee, Project Manager, USC Equity Research Institute