Racial Segregation (according to the Theil Index), 2010

The Theil Index is a measure of how evenly members of racial and ethnic groups are distributed within a region. Patterns of racial and ethnic segregation can be the result of discriminatory housing practices or other systemic barriers to economic and geographic mobility, as well as individual and household preferences. Values greater than 0.40 (darker shading) suggest more segregation, while values less than 0.20 suggest less segregation.