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Source: Census 2000, Summary File 3
STP 258
    Ages 5 +   %
California 8,105,445 28.84%
Texas 5,195,180 18.49%
Florida 2,476,495 8.81%
New York 2,416,040 8.60%
Illinois 1,253,670 4.46%
New Jersey 967,695 3.44%
Arizona 927,395 3.30%
New Mexico 485,685 1.73%
Georgia 426,115 1.52%
Colorado 421,665 1.50%
North Carolina 378,945 1.35%
Massachusetts 370,015 1.32%
Pennsylvania 356,740 1.27%
Washington 321,425 1.14%
Virginia 316,270 1.13%
Nevada 299,950 1.07%
Connecticut 268,050 0.95%
Michigan 246,675 0.88%
Maryland 230,825 0.82%
Oregon 217,605 0.77%
Ohio 213,145 0.76%
Indiana 185,555 0.66%
Wisconsin 168,780 0.60%
Utah 150,240 0.53%
Oklahoma 141,060 0.50%
Kansas 137,245 0.49%
Tennessee 133,930 0.48%
Minnesota 132,070 0.47%
Missouri 110,755 0.39%
South Carolina 110,035 0.39%
Louisiana 105,185 0.37%
Alabama 89,730 0.32%
Arkansas 82,470 0.29%
Idaho 80,240 0.29%
Iowa 79,495 0.28%
Rhode Island 79,445 0.28%
Nebraska 77,655 0.28%
Kentucky 70,065 0.25%
Mississippi 50,510 0.18%
District of Columbia 49,460 0.18%
Delaware 34,690 0.12%
Hawai'i 18,825 0.07%
New Hampshire 18,645 0.07%
Wyoming 18,610 0.07%
West Virginia 17,655 0.06%
Alaska 16,675 0.06%
Montana 12,950 0.05%
South Dakota 10,055 0.04%
Maine 9,610 0.03%
North Dakota 8,270 0.03%
Vermont 5,790 0.02%
Total: 28,100,730  
Commonwealth of Puerto Rico 3,001,285  

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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