A recent study found several Las Vegas neighborhoods among the most diverse in the country.
According to WalletHub, Spring Valley is the fifth most diverse city in the country with Enterprise following several spots down at No. 11, North Las Vegas at No. 14, Paradise at No. 16 and Sunrise Manor at No. 29. Spring Valley, Paradise and Sunrise Manor are all unincorporated cities but are considered part of the greater Las Vegas area.
When based off city size, Las Vegas is ranked No. 11 among major cities for diversity.
WalletHub compared more than 500 of the largest U.S. cities across three key metrics, including ethnoracial diversity, linguistic diversity and birthplace diversity.
Jersey City, New Jersey, was at the top of the list while Parkersburg, West Virginia, was at the bottom.