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Hispanic Population Doubles In Some States

 NEW YORK  - The Census Bureau just released 2010 state results for Maryland, Arkansas, Iowa, Indiana and Vermont and Hispanics account for double-digit growth in each state. According to the data released:

 

  • The Hispanic population in Maryland doubled and is growing faster than anticipated based on the most recent Census estimates, accounting for 40% of the minority growth in the state.

  • In Arkansas, the Hispanic population more than doubled with Hispanics driving 41% of the overall growth in the state. Among those under 18, Hispanics represent 83% of the minority growth.  

  • Hispanics contributed 53% of minority growth in Iowa, while the non-Hispanic white population shrank.

  • Hispanics in Indiana are growing faster than any other demographic group in the state and account for 43% of the population growth – nearly 1 out of every 2 people added to the state in the last decade is of Hispanic origin.

·         In Vermont, Hispanics are driving 21 % of the growth in the state.

 

“In the new data released for Maryland, Arkansas, Iowa, Indiana and Vermont, Hispanic growth is outpacing non-Hispanic growth in each state by significant double-digit margins. These numbers speak to the growth of Hispanics nationwide, not only in select states," said Elizabeth Ellers, executive vice president Corporate Research, Univision Communications Inc.

 

STATE

HISPANICS

2000

2009

2010

% DIFF. 2010 CENSUS VS. 2009 ACS ESTIMATE

COUNT DIFF. 2010 CENSUS VS. 2009 ACS ESTIMATE

% GROWTH 2000-2010 CENSUS

COUNT DIFF. 2000-2010 CENSUS

2000 CENSUS HISPANIC SHARE OF STATE POPULATION

2010 CENSUS HISPANIC SHARE OF STATE POPULATION

CENSUS

ACS ESTIMATE

CENSUS

RELEASED FEB 10, 2011

                 

ALL STATE POPULATION

                 

ARKANSAS

86,866

172,493

186,050

7.9%

13,557

114.2%

99,184

3.2%

6.4%

INDIANA

214,536

348,806

389,707

11.7%

40,901

81.7%

175,171

3.5%

6.0%

IOWA

82,473

130,683

151,544

16.0%

20,861

83.7%

69,071

2.8%

5.0%

VERMONT

5,504

9,017

9,208

2.1%

191

67.3%

3,704

0.9%

1.5%

RELEASED FEB 9, 2011

                 

ALL STATE POPULATION

                 

MARYLAND

227,916

412,453

470,632

14.1%

58,179

106.5%

242,716

4.3%

8.2%

 

The U.S. Census is expected to release state by state information through March 2011.


STORY TAGS: HISPANIC NEWS, LATINO NEWS, MEXICAN NEWS, MINORITY NEWS, CIVIL RIGHTS, DISCRIMINATION, RACISM, DIVERSITY, LATINA, RACIAL EQUALITY, BIAS, EQUALITY



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