Greater California Registry

Population Characteristics of the Greater California Registry
(2010 Census Data 1)
  Both Sexes % of Total Registry Population
  1. Source: U.S. Bureau of Census, Census 2010, Summary File 1, Table DP-1.
  2. Total Population equals the sum of White, Black, American Indian/Alaska Native, Asian, Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander, Other Race and 2 or more races.
  3. Since each person could report multiple races in the 2010 Census, race-specific counts and percentages in this table are based on persons self-reporting only one race.
  4. The Chinese, Filipino and Japanese populations are also included within the "Asian" population.
  5. Hispanic ethnicity is tabulated independently of race, so Hispanic persons may be of any race.
Total 2 20,585,610 100.00
White 3 12,985,094 63.08
Black 3 1,015,831 4.93
American Indian / Alaska Native 3 243,627 1.18
Asian 3 1,899,982 9.23
Chinese 3,4 272,717 1.32
Filipino 3,4 531,649 2.58
Japanese 3,4 101,355 0.49
Native Hawaiian / Pacific Islander 3 76,886 0.37
Other Race 3 3,350,928 16.28
Two or More Races 1,013,262 4.92
Hispanic 5 7,562,545 36.74

Database:
SEER 17, SEER 18

Geographic Area:
This includes the following California Cancer Registry (CCR) regions:
Region 2 - Central California
Region 3 - Sacramento
Region 4 - Tri-County
Region 5 - Desert Sierra
Region 6 - Northern California
Region 7 - San Diego/Imperial
Region 10 - Orange County

Entered SEER Program: 2001
First Full Year of Data: 2000

Principal Investigator:
Dr. Dee West
DWest@crgc-cancer.org

Web Sites:
Cancer Registry of Greater CaliforniaExternal Web Site Policy
Region 5: Desert Sierra Cancer Surveillance ProgramExternal Web Site Policy

The Greater California Registry is a SEER expansion registry that covers regions 2,3,4,5,6,7 and 10 of the CCR regions. That is, it includes all regions other than the San Jose/Monterey, Bay Area, and Los Angeles CCR regions.