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Tuesday, March 29, 2011

MA, NY, RI and MI population growth attributable to Hispanics

Essentially, the entire population increases from 2000-2010 in Massachusetts, New York, Rhode Island and Michigan were attributed to the Hispanic population, according to the 2010 Census. This and Census data from 6 other states follows:

District of Columbia
-- The Hispanic population is 54,749, up 21.8% from 2000 when it was 44,953 -- Non-Hispanic population increased 3.8%
-- The state's overall population increased by 29,664 people, of which 9,796 (or 33%) were Hispanics

Maine
-- The Hispanic population is 16,935, up 80.9% from 2000 when it was 9,360
-- Non-Hispanic population increased 3.6%
-- The state's overall population increased by 53,438 people, of which 7,575 (or 14.18%) were Hispanics

Massachusetts
-- The Hispanic population is 416,775, up 53.8% from 2000 when it was 271,003
-- Non-Hispanic population increased 2.9%
-- The state's overall population increased by 198,532 people, of which 198,925 (or 100.2%) were Hispanics

Michigan
-- The Hispanic population is 436,358, up 34.7% from 2000 when it was 323,877
-- Non-Hispanic population decreased by -1.7%
-- The state's overall population decrease by -54,804 people, and increased by 112,481 Hispanics

New Hampshire
-- The Hispanic population is 36,704, up 79.1% from 2000 when it was 20,489
-- Non-Hispanic population increased 5.3%
-- The state's overall population increased by 80,684 people, of which 16,215 (or 20%) were Hispanics

New York
-- The Hispanic population is 3,416,922, up 19.2% from 2000 when it was 2,867,583
-- Non-Hispanic population decreased -0.9%
-- The state's overall population increased by 401,645 people, of which 549,339 (or 136.77%) were Hispanics

Puerto Rico
-- The Hispanic population is 3,688,455, down -2.0% from 2000 when it was 3,762,746
-- Non-Hispanic population increased 9.6%
-- The commonwealth's overall population decreased by -82,821people, of which -74,291 were Hispanics

Rhode Island
-- The Hispanic population is 130,655, up 43.9% from 2000 when it was 90,820
-- Non-Hispanic population decreased by -3.9%
-- The state's overall population increased by 4,248 people, of which 39,835 (or 937.74%) were Hispanics

South Carolina
-- The Hispanic population is 235,682, up 147.9% from 2000 when it was 95,076
-- Non-Hispanic population increased 12.1%
-- The state's overall population increased by 613,352 people, of which 140,606 (or 22.92%) were Hispanics

West Virginia
-- The Hispanic population is 22,268, up 81.4% from 2000 when it was 12,279
-- Non-Hispanic population increased 1.9%
-- The state's overall population increased by 44,650 people, of which 9,989 (or 22.37%) were Hispanics

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