Here is the result of running ADMIXTURE on ~450K markers on six HapMap-3 populations; left-to-right: African Americans from the Southwest (ASW), Utah Whites (CEU), Beijing Chinese (CHB), Mexicans from Los Angeles (MEX), Toscans (TSI), and Yoruban from Nigeria (YRI).
Here are the admixture proportions (in %):
It is obvious, however, from the ADMIXTURE plot above, and the triangle plots below (for ASW and MEX), that the admixture is not uniformly distributed.
Notice the two African American individuals with substantial Amerindian admixture (14 and 29%), while the rest are a simple 2-way mix of Europeans and Sub-Saharans with minor Amerindian admixture in some of them. The standard deviation of European admixture is 8.3%, lower than in Mexicans.
Mexicans are variable in terms of their European-Amerindian mix, but with less variable tiny Sub-Saharan component (0.6% with a standard deviation of 1.2%). This is probably due to the fact that blacks were absorbed earlier in Mexico, while European-Amerindian social stratification and continued European immigration has fueled the retention of considerable variation. European admixture in Mexicans is 27.7% on average, but with a standard deviation of 24.0% and minimum/maximum value of 0.0 to 90.5% in the sample I am considering.
Eva Longoria, for example, who recently learned that she is 70% European in "Faces of America" belongs to the top-5% of Mexican American "European-ness", although there is probably considerable variation of Mexican Americans within the country.