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Source: Census 2000, Summary File 3
STP 258
    Ages 5 +   %
California 19,014,875 8.83%
Texas 13,230,765 6.14%
New York 12,786,190 5.94%
Florida 11,569,735 5.37%
Pennsylvania 10,583,055 4.91%
Ohio 9,951,475 4.62%
Illinois 9,326,785 4.33%
Michigan 8,487,400 3.94%
North Carolina 6,909,650 3.21%
Georgia 6,843,035 3.18%
Virginia 5,884,075 2.73%
New Jersey 5,854,575 2.72%
Indiana 5,295,740 2.46%
Tennessee 5,059,405 2.35%
Missouri 4,961,735 2.30%
Massachusetts 4,838,680 2.25%
Washington 4,730,510 2.20%
Wisconsin 4,653,365 2.16%
Maryland 4,322,330 2.01%
Minnesota 4,201,505 1.95%
Alabama 3,989,795 1.85%
Louisiana 3,771,000 1.75%
Kentucky 3,627,760 1.68%
South Carolina 3,552,240 1.65%
Arizona 3,523,485 1.64%
Colorado 3,402,265 1.58%
Oklahoma 2,977,185 1.38%
Oregon 2,810,655 1.30%
Connecticut 2,600,600 1.21%
Iowa 2,578,480 1.20%
Mississippi 2,545,930 1.18%
Arkansas 2,368,450 1.10%
Kansas 2,281,705 1.06%
Utah 1,770,625 0.82%
West Virginia 1,661,035 0.77%
Nebraska 1,469,045 0.68%
Nevada 1,425,745 0.66%
Maine 1,110,200 0.52%
Idaho 1,084,915 0.50%
New Mexico 1,072,945 0.50%
New Hampshire 1,064,255 0.49%
Hawai'i 832,225 0.39%
Montana 803,025 0.37%
Rhode Island 788,560 0.37%
Delaware 662,845 0.31%
South Dakota 658,245 0.31%
North Dakota 565,130 0.26%
Vermont 540,770 0.25%
Alaska 496,985 0.23%
District of Columbia 449,240 0.21%
Wyoming 433,325 0.20%
Total: 215,423,550  
Commonwealth of Puerto Rico 506,660  

Data are estimates based on a sample and are subject to sampling variability. Data are not displayed where there were insufficient samples with which to compute an estimate.

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