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Friday, March 18, 2011

10 more states receive Census data

Over the past week, the Census released state data for: Alaska, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Minnesota, Montana, New Mexico, North Dakota, Ohio, and Tennessee.

42 states have now received their Census information and Hispanics have represented nearly 55% of the total population growth in these states.

Next week, the Census releases state data for • Maine• Massachusetts• Michigan• New Hampshire• New York• Rhode Island• South Carolina• West Virginia• District of Columbia• Puerto Rico

Florida

-- The Hispanic population is 4,223,806, up 57.4% from 2000 when it was 2,682 715

-- Non-Hispanic population increased 9.6%

-- The state's overall population increased by 2,818,932 people, of which 1,541,091 (or 54.6%) were Hispanics

Ohio

-- The Hispanic population is 354,674, up 63.4% from 2000 when it was 217,123

-- Non-Hispanic population increased 0.4%

-- The state's overall population increased by 183,364 people, of which 137,551 (or 75.02%) were Hispanics

Georgia

-- The Hispanic population is 853,689, up 96.1% from 2000 when it was 435,227

-- Non-Hispanic population increased 14%

-- The state's overall population increased by 1,501,200 people, of which 418,462 (or 27.88%) were Hispanics

Kentucky
-- The Hispanic population is 132,836, up 121.6% from 2000 when it was 59,939

-- Non-Hispanic population increased 5.6%

-- The state's overall population increased by 297,598 people, of which 72,897 (or 24.5%) were Hispanics

Minnesota
-- The Hispanic population is 250,258, up 74.5% from 2000 when it was 143,382

-- Non-Hispanic population increased 5.8%

-- The state's overall population increased by 384,446 people, of which 106,876 (or 27.8%) were Hispanics

Alaska

-- The Hispanic population is 39,249, up 51.8% from 2000 when it was 25,852

-- Non-Hispanic population increased 11.6%

-- The state's overall population increased by 83,299 people, of which 13,397 (or 16%) were Hispanics

Montana
-- The Hispanic population is 28,565, up 58% from 2000 when it was 18,081

-- Non-Hispanic population increased 8.7%

-- The state's overall population increased by 87,220 people, of which 10,484 (or 12.02%) were Hispanics

New Mexico
-- The Hispanic population is 953,403, up 24.6% from 2000 when it was 765,386

-- Non-Hispanic population increased 4.9%

-- The state's overall population increased by 240,133 people, of which 188,017 (or 78.3%) were Hispanics

North Dakota
-- The Hispanic population is 13,467, up 73% from 2000 when it was 7,786

-- Non-Hispanic population increased 3.9%

-- The state's overall population increased by 30,391 people, of which 5,681 (or 18.69%) were Hispanics

Tennessee
-- The Hispanic population is 290,059, up 134.2% from 2000 when it was 123,838

-- Non-Hispanic population increased 8.8%

-- The state's overall population increased by 656, 822 people, of which 166,221 (or 25.31%) were Hispanics

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