Mapping the Digital Divide in Los Angeles County

The digital divide is the gap between those who have affordable access, skills, and support to effectively engage online and those who do not. The following maps depict where the divide falls in Los Angeles County and illustrate the disproportionate impact on Black and Latino communities.*

*2020 American Communities Survey 5-Year Estimates

  • Households with no Internet Access
  • Household Income
  • Race

Households with no Internet Access

Percent of households where no one can connect to or use the internet using a paid service or any free service. 

20 – 100%

15 – 20%

10 – 15%

0 – 10%

No Value

Median Household Income

Median household income in the past 12 months. 

>$150,000 - $250,001

>$75,000 - $150,000

>$50,000 - $75,000


No Value

Predominant Race by Census Tract 

Predominant population living within an area broken down by race and Hispanic origin. 

Non-Hispanic White Population

Hispanic or Latino Population

Black or African American Population

Asian Population

American Indian and Alaska Native

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