Ancestry in Rolling Acres, Akron, Ohio (Neighborhood)

European and African Ancestry#1

Self-reported anscestry as a percentage of the total population; more than one answer per person permitted.
Scope: population of Akron and Rolling Acres
Rolling Acres
0%10%20%30%40%50%CountOther1Unclassified2AmericanGermanIrishArabLebaneseEnglishItalianPolishScottishWest IndianJamaicanSubsaharan AfricanAfricanAustrianDutchSlovak58.405766%39.367683%58.405766%58.4%1,29114.521942%16.467850%14.521942%14.5%32113.758745%8.394120%13.758745%13.8%3047.483570%16.146453%7.483570%7.5%1654.812381%11.091744%4.812381%4.8%1064.006784%1.056381%4.006784%4.0%88894.006784%0.625164%4.006784%4.0%88891.738393%5.707075%1.738393%1.7%381.717193%6.081367%1.717193%1.7%37381.314395%2.493602%1.314395%1.3%290.826797%1.216072%0.826797%0.8%180.826797%0.289157%0.826797%0.8%180.826797%0.181857%0.826797%0.8%180.805597%1.394402%0.805597%0.8%17180.805597%0.991900%0.805597%0.8%17180.741997%0.209060%0.741997%0.7%160.614798%0.964697%0.614798%0.6%13140.529998%1.133456%0.529998%0.5%1112

Asian Ancestry#2

Self-reported Asian anscestry as a percentage of the Asian population.
Scope: population of Akron and Rolling Acres
Rolling Acres

Ancestry by Neighborhood in Akron

There are 21 neighborhoods in Akron. This section compares Rolling Acres to all of the neighborhoods in Akron and to those entities that contain or substantially overlap with Rolling Acres.

American Ancestry by Neighborhood#3

Percentage of the total population.
Scope: population of Rolling Acres, selected other neighborhoods in Akron, and entities that contain Rolling Acres
0%5%10%15%Count#Kenmore NeighborhoodKenmoreMerriman Valley NeighborhoodMerriman Vly508399Tract 508399Rolling Acres NeighborhoodRolling AcresWallhaven NeighborhoodWallhavenNorth Hill NeighborhoodNorth HillNorthwest Akron NeighborhoodNW AkronGoodyear Heights NeighborhoodGoodyear HtsSummit CountySummitAkron Metro AreaAkron AreaFairlawn Heights NeighborhoodFairlawn HtsHighland Square NeighborhoodHighland SqAkronAkron City School DistrictAkronOhioEllet NeighborhoodElletUnited States of AmericaUnited StatesChapel Hill NeighborhoodChapel HillEast North CentralMidwestElizabeth Park Valley NeighborhoodElizabeth Pk VlyMiddlebury NeighborhoodMiddleburyLane-Wooster NeighborhoodLane-WoosterUniversity of Ohio Akron NeighborhoodUniv of Ohio AkronSummit Lake NeighborhoodSummit LakeSouth Akron NeighborhoodSouth AkronDowntown NeighborhoodDowntownFirestone Park NeighborhoodFirestone PkEast Akron NeighborhoodEast AkronWest Akron NeighborhoodWest Akron19.605597%19.605597%19.6%3,286113.764068%13.764068%13.8%1,0861,087213.758745%13.758745%13.8%64913.758745%13.758745%13.8%304312.202458%12.202458%12.2%527410.916060%10.916060%10.9%1,62759.933180%9.933180%9.9%1,16069.872030%9.872030%9.9%1,8891,89079.616678%9.616678%9.6%52,06252.1k8.745847%8.745847%8.7%61,49861.5k8.657101%8.657101%8.7%24024188.574012%8.574012%8.6%94995098.394120%8.394120%8.4%16,66316.7k8.133238%8.133238%8.1%15,43915.4k7.877895%7.877895%7.9%912,807913k7.140435%7.140435%7.1%1,2231,224106.893915%6.893915%6.9%21,961,12922.0M6.760700%6.760700%6.8%354355116.417481%6.417481%6.4%2,996,4893.00M6.344804%6.344804%6.3%4,293,9404.29M5.982849%5.982849%6.0%219125.815789%5.815789%5.8%324325135.788732%5.788732%5.8%441442145.549022%5.549022%5.5%467155.337805%5.337805%5.3%220221164.280418%4.280418%4.3%263174.128531%4.128531%4.1%195183.890627%3.890627%3.9%522523193.118055%3.118055%3.1%379380202.998017%2.998017%3.0%49521


This page discusses the self-reported ancestry of the residents of Rolling Acres. Respondents were not limited to one ancestry, so if a person reported both English and German, then they would be counted in both categories. Consequently, the sum of the counts over all the ancestries most often exceeds the total population of the entity. Asian and Hispanic ancestry is reported separately from European, Middle Eastern, and Subsaharan African ancestry. A full list of all possible categories is as follows:

  • European, Middle Eastern, and Subsaharan African Ancestries: Afghan, Albanian, Alsatian, American, Arab, Egyptian, Iraqi, Jordanian, Lebanese, Moroccan, Palestinian, Syrian, Arab, Other Arab, Armenian, Assyrian/Chaldean/Syriac, Australian, Austrian, Basque, Belgian, Brazilian, British, Bulgarian, Cajun, Canadian, Carpatho Rusyn, Celtic, Croatian, Cypriot, Czech, Czechoslovakian, Danish, Dutch, Eastern European, English, Estonian, European, Finnish, French, French Canadian, German, German Russian, Greek, Guyanese, Hungarian, Icelander, Iranian, Irish, Israeli, Italian, Latvian, Lithuanian, Luxemburger, Macedonian, Maltese, New Zealander, Northern European, Norwegian, Pennsylvania German, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Scandinavian, Scotch-Irish, Scottish, Serbian, Slavic, Slovak, Slovene, Soviet Union, Subsaharan African, Cape Verdean, Ethiopian, Ghanaian, Kenyan, Liberian, Nigerian, Senegalese, Sierra Leonean, Somali, South African, Sudanese, Ugandan, Zimbabwean, African, Other, Swedish, Swiss, Turkish, Ukrainian, Welsh, West Indian, Bahamian, Barbadian, Belizean, Bermudan, British West Indian, Dutch West Indian, Haitian, Jamaican, Trinidadian and Tobagonian, U.S. Virgin Islander, West Indian, Other West Indian, Yugoslavian, Other, and Unclassified
  • Asian Ancestries: Indian, Bangladeshi, Bhutanese, Burmese, Cambodian, Chinese, Filipino, Hmong, Indonesian, Japanese, Korean, Laotian, Malaysian, Mongolian, Nepalese, Okinawan, Pakistani, Sri Lankan, Taiwanese, Thai, Vietnamese, Other, Not Specified, and Mixed
  • Hispanic Ancestries: Mexican, Puerto Rican, Cuban, Dominican, Central American, Costa Rican, Guatemalan, Honduran, Nicaraguan, Panamanian, Salvadoran, Other Central American, South American, Argentinean, Bolivian, Chilean, Colombian, Ecuadorian, Paraguayan, Peruvian, Uruguayan, Venezuelan, Other South American, Other Hispanic, Spaniard, Spanish, and Spanish American

Unlike the other geographical entities detailed on this site, neighborhoods are not recognized by the U.S. Census Bureau. To overcome this we have computed reasonable estimates of the same statistics that are presented for other the entity types. Each statistic is computed as the weighted sum or average of the census tracts or block groups that overlap the neighborhood. A weighted sum is used for counts of people or households, and a weighted average is used for statistics that are themselves some form of average, such as median household income. Census block groups are preferred when the statistic in question is available on the block group level. The weight for a given tract (or block group) is computed as the population of the census tabulation blocks that occupy the intersection between the tract and the neighborhood as a fraction of the total population of the neighborhood.

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