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Thursday, February 24, 2011

Alabama, Hawaii, Missouri, Nevada and Utah receive Census Data

The Census data today released data for the following 5 states, bringing to 21 the number of states that have received their state-specific data.

Alabama
-- The Hispanic population is 185,602, up 144.8% from 2000 when it was 75,830
-- Non-Hispanic population increased 5.1%
-- The state's overall population increased by 332,636, of which 109,772 (or 33%) were Hispanics

Hawaii
-- The Hispanic population is 120,842, up 37.8% from 2000 when it was 87,699
-- Non-Hispanic population increased 10.3%
-- The state's overall population increased by 148,764, of which 33,143 (or 22.2%) were Hispanics

Missouri
-- The Hispanic population is 212,470, up 79.2% from 2000 when it was 118,592
-- Non-Hispanic population increased 5.5%
-- The state's overall population increased by 393,716, of which 93,878 (or 23.8%) were Hispanics

Nevada
-- The Hispanic population is 716,501, up 81.9% from 2000 when it was 393,970
-- Non-Hispanic population increased 23.7%
-- The state's overall population increased by 702,294, of which 322,531 (or 45.9%) were Hispanics

Utah
-- The Hispanic population is 358,340, up 77.8% from 2000 when it was 201,559
-- Non-Hispanic population increased 18.4%
-- The state's overall population increased by 530,716, of which 156,781 (or 29.5%) were Hispanics

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