As of 2010, those of Hispanic or Latino ancestry accounted for 22. 5% (4,223,806) of Florida's population. Out of the 22. 5%, the largest groups were 6. 5% (1,213,438) Cuban, 4. 5% (847,550) Puerto Rican, 3. 3% (629,718) Mexican, and 1. 6% (300,414) Colombian.  Florida's Hispanic population includes large communities of Cuban Americans in Miami and Tampa, Puerto Ricans in Orlando and Tampa, and Mexican/Central American migrant workers. The Hispanic community continues to grow more affluent and mobile. As of 2011, 57. 0% of Florida's children under the age of 1 belonged to minority groups.  Florida has a large and diverse Hispanic population, with Cubans and Puerto Ricans being the largest groups in the state. Nearly 80% of Cuban Americans live in Florida, especially South Florida where there is a long-standing and affluent Cuban community.  Florida has the second largest Puerto Rican population after New York, as well as the fastest-growing in the nation.  Puerto Ricans are more widespread throughout the state, though the heaviest concentrations are in the Orlando area of Central Florida. 
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