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Source: American Community Survey
5-Year Estimates, Public Use Microdata Sample, 2006–2010
    Ages 5 +   %
Massachusetts 181,437 26.51%
Florida 86,519 12.64%
New Jersey 86,486 12.64%
California 77,554 11.33%
New York 46,452 6.79%
Connecticut 39,115 5.71%
Rhode Island 34,043 4.97%
Texas 16,025 2.34%
Georgia 14,269 2.08%
Pennsylvania 11,940 1.74%
Maryland 9,697 1.42%
Utah 7,450 1.09%
Virginia 7,436 1.09%
Illinois 6,190 0.90%
North Carolina 5,554 0.81%
New Hampshire 4,620 0.67%
Washington 4,296 0.63%
Michigan 3,391 0.50%
Ohio 3,140 0.46%
Louisiana 2,952 0.43%
Arizona 2,915 0.43%
South Carolina 2,598 0.38%
Colorado 2,592 0.38%
Minnesota 2,481 0.36%
Missouri 2,156 0.31%
Indiana 1,915 0.28%
Nevada 1,889 0.28%
Tennessee 1,764 0.26%
Oregon 1,737 0.25%
Idaho 1,508 0.22%
Hawai'i 1,329 0.19%
Kentucky 1,291 0.19%
Alabama 1,284 0.19%
Oklahoma 1,156 0.17%
District of Columbia 1,140 0.17%
Wisconsin 1,095 0.16%
Kansas 1,020 0.15%
Iowa 944 0.14%
Arkansas 795 0.12%
New Mexico 768 0.11%
Maine 728 0.11%
Delaware 571 0.08%
Nebraska 520 0.08%
Montana 285 0.04%
Mississippi 281 0.04%
Wyoming 272 0.04%
Vermont 236 0.03%
West Virginia 235 0.03%
Alaska 147 0.02%
North Dakota 143 0.02%
South Dakota 132 0.02%
Total: 684,493  
Commonwealth of Puerto Rico 512  

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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