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Source: American Community Survey
5-Year Estimates, Public Use Microdata Sample, 2006–2010
    Ages 5 +   %
California 19,429,309 8.57%
Texas 14,740,304 6.50%
New York 12,788,323 5.64%
Florida 12,786,704 5.64%
Pennsylvania 10,710,239 4.72%
Ohio 10,104,160 4.46%
Illinois 9,315,206 4.11%
Michigan 8,507,947 3.75%
North Carolina 7,750,904 3.42%
Georgia 7,666,663 3.38%
Virginia 6,299,127 2.78%
New Jersey 5,830,812 2.57%
Indiana 5,514,295 2.43%
Tennessee 5,469,277 2.41%
Missouri 5,209,395 2.30%
Washington 5,060,313 2.23%
Wisconsin 4,838,913 2.13%
Massachusetts 4,823,127 2.13%
Maryland 4,483,607 1.98%
Minnesota 4,386,970 1.93%
Arizona 4,215,749 1.86%
Alabama 4,194,045 1.85%
South Carolina 3,936,691 1.74%
Kentucky 3,822,840 1.69%
Colorado 3,783,688 1.67%
Louisiana 3,764,360 1.66%
Oklahoma 3,117,161 1.37%
Oregon 3,021,536 1.33%
Connecticut 2,652,446 1.17%
Mississippi 2,629,581 1.16%
Iowa 2,625,703 1.16%
Arkansas 2,498,432 1.10%
Kansas 2,335,053 1.03%
Utah 2,061,526 0.91%
Nevada 1,755,755 0.77%
West Virginia 1,697,042 0.75%
Nebraska 1,507,705 0.66%
Idaho 1,263,694 0.56%
New Mexico 1,197,144 0.53%
Maine 1,167,970 0.52%
New Hampshire 1,141,853 0.50%
Hawai'i 929,303 0.41%
Montana 871,548 0.38%
Rhode Island 790,382 0.35%
Delaware 724,189 0.32%
South Dakota 692,504 0.31%
North Dakota 584,946 0.26%
Vermont 560,326 0.25%
Alaska 534,077 0.24%
Wyoming 474,343 0.21%
District of Columbia 471,292 0.21%
Total: 226,738,479  
Commonwealth of Puerto Rico 158,887  

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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