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Source: American Community Survey
5-Year Estimates, Public Use Microdata Sample, 2006–2010
    Ages 5 +   %
California 9,696,638 27.36%
Texas 6,543,702 18.47%
Florida 3,406,460 9.61%
New York 2,611,903 7.37%
Illinois 1,516,674 4.28%
Arizona 1,202,638 3.39%
New Jersey 1,193,261 3.37%
Georgia 651,583 1.84%
North Carolina 598,756 1.69%
Colorado 542,016 1.53%
New Mexico 532,506 1.50%
Pennsylvania 486,058 1.37%
Nevada 480,321 1.36%
Washington 477,566 1.35%
Virginia 470,058 1.33%
Massachusetts 458,256 1.29%
Maryland 345,308 0.97%
Connecticut 340,274 0.96%
Oregon 304,631 0.86%
Michigan 273,981 0.77%
Indiana 262,198 0.74%
Ohio 233,819 0.66%
Wisconsin 229,651 0.65%
Utah 223,687 0.63%
Tennessee 213,452 0.60%
Oklahoma 201,254 0.57%
Kansas 183,018 0.52%
Minnesota 182,966 0.52%
South Carolina 178,370 0.50%
Missouri 146,806 0.41%
Alabama 139,605 0.39%
Louisiana 135,921 0.38%
Arkansas 128,967 0.36%
Idaho 107,717 0.30%
Iowa 105,859 0.30%
Nebraska 104,323 0.29%
Rhode Island 103,858 0.29%
Kentucky 95,704 0.27%
Mississippi 62,740 0.18%
Delaware 54,074 0.15%
District of Columbia 40,928 0.12%
New Hampshire 26,926 0.08%
Hawai'i 25,056 0.07%
Wyoming 22,722 0.06%
Alaska 22,205 0.06%
West Virginia 18,560 0.05%
South Dakota 15,292 0.04%
Montana 12,303 0.03%
Maine 11,880 0.03%
North Dakota 8,432 0.02%
Vermont 7,102 0.02%
Total: 35,437,985  
Commonwealth of Puerto Rico 3,361,286  

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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