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But in terms of raw numbers, there are VASTLY more people of color in Seattle (+150,000 vs. 40,000). And diverse communities have yet to penetrate the power structure in Bellevue (don't talk to me about business lackey Conrad Lee).
A: It's a really obscure number, you probably haven't heard of it.
And you can park your damn car all up in that bitch.
Eat well in Ballard? Its an oxymoron. The blandness of the place bleaches out any substance and flavor.
They're also mostly in their 60's...
1. Zipcodes that have a high percentage of people aged 25 to 34, because hipsters are young.
2. Zipcodes where at least 25% of residents walk or use public transportation to work, because hipsters don't drive.
3. Zipcodes where at least 50% of housing is rentals, because uh, this is a post about rentals.
So just another truthy clickbaity post then. Hey, it worked!
You might edge us in the districts but we've got the popular vote, so get that shit out of here Bellevue [cut to Dikembe Mutombo wagging middle finger].
Like the SCOTUS said I can't describe it but I know it when I see it.
2010 Census data for the Non-White population of each municipality [meaning all races, including those who are self-identified as “mixed-race” or “other"]:
caveat: the source cited is The Seattle Times
Are you sure? I remember reading an article a few years ago that claimed non-white Americans are more frequently identifying themselves as "white". Most of these people hailed from Asia and North Africa.
@28 Bellevue does have a very large population of Indians (we got a fancy Gandhi statue!) and a rainbow of Asians. Could be part of it...