Released June 25, 2015: U.S. Hispanic or Latino population by race – America’s largest population after White is still Black or African American

Released June 25, 2015: U.S. Hispanic or Latino population by race – America’s largest population after White is still Black or African American

Hispanic Latino Population

In the United States the term Hispanic or Latino confuses many including demographers, those in the print media and television media. We often read that the Hispanic or Latino population is now the nations 2nd largest population after whites or that the Hispanic or Latino passed the Black or African American in population size. In fact, neither are true. What is true is the growth of the Hispanic or Latino population. But, understanding what Hispanic or Latino means is what confuses people.

Hispanic or Latino is one of two (2) required ethnicities on the U.S. Census form by the Office of Management and Budget (OMB). The OMB is the largest office within the Executive Office of the President of the United States. The OMB requires federal agencies to use a minimum of two ethnicities: “Hispanic or Latino” and “Not Hispanic or Latino”.

Hispanic or Latino is not an “ethnic group” in the way that one may have viewed it to be. An ethnic group consist of people who are typically of the same race who also share a common and distinctive culture, religion, language, or the like.

In the case of the U.S. Census, Hispanic or Latino is instead: a heritage, nationality group, lineage, or country of birth of the person or person’s parents or ancestor before their arrival in the United States. People who identify their origin as Hispanic, Latino, or Spanish may be any race. They can identify themselves as Hispanic or Latino regardless of their race.

Hispanic or Latino refers to a person of Cuban, Mexican, Puerto Rican, South American, Central American, or Spanish culture or origin regardless of race.

An individual’s response to the race question, on the U.S. Census form, is based upon self-identification. The U.S. Census Bureau does not tell individuals which boxes to mark or what heritage to write in on their Census forms. But, they must mark either: “Hispanic or Latino” and “Not Hispanic or Latino”. They also must also mark their race as shown below:
US Census Race

The population group that is under counted by the creation of the U.S. Census category of “Hispanic or Latino” is the American Indian or Native American or Amerindian population. Due to self-identification, on the U.S. Census forms, many people identify themselves as “White Hispanic” or “White Latino” or “Two or More Races Hispanic” or “Two or More Races Latino” instead of American Indian Hispanic or American Indian Latino Latino. This can be due to the fact that in their counties of origin these population groups self identify by their nationality rather than by their race. Race definitions in other North American (Mexico, Canada the Caribbean Island), Central American and South American counties can differ from the definitions of race in the United States. Many nations such as Mexico do not completely identify their Amerindian or Native American populations as they may not include their Mestizo population (those of mixed race -White European and Amerindian) or Zambo (those of mixed race – Black African and Amerindian) population. Thus, when these people come to the United States they may not self identify as American Indian.

American Indian

Also, many “Black Hispanics” or “Black Latinos” self-identify themselves as “White Hispanic” or “White Latino” or “Two or More Races Hispanic” or “Two or More Races Latino” due to the fact many of these people may have a negative connotation by identifying as “Black” in their places of origin or in the United States. These conditions can be clearly seen in the Dominican Republic or the U.S. territory of Puerto Rico.

Is there still a fear of a Black Cuba? A brief look back in history
https://dilemma-x.net/2015/01/17/is-there-still-a-fear-of-a-black-cuba-a-brief-look-back-in-history/

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Learn more about the history of the terms Hispanic or Latino as used by the U.S. Census:
Understanding the difference between Hispanic/Latino and one’s racial classification
https://dilemma-x.net/2012/03/28/understanding-the-difference-between-hispaniclatino-and-ones-racial-classification/
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The latest estimates of population for the United States, states, and counties by age, sex, race and Hispanic origin, and for Puerto Rico Commonwealth and municipios by age and sex – for July 1, 2014 – were released June 25, 2015.
Source: U.S. Census Bureau

U.S. Census Hispanic Latino Origin

US Census Hispanic or Latino Origin

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2014 Hispanic or Latino Population

Hispanic / Latino Population Ranking By State -As of July 1, 2014

Geography Total Hispanic / Latino
United States 55,387,539
California 14,988,768
Texas 10,411,340
Florida 4,788,869
New York 3,672,791
Illinois 2,152,974
Arizona 2,056,455
New Jersey 1,729,172
Colorado 1,135,109
New Mexico 994,151
Georgia 935,279
North Carolina 894,276
Washington 858,779
Pennsylvania 838,823
Nevada 790,034
Virginia 737,316
Massachusetts 731,206
Maryland 557,371
Connecticut 541,152
Oregon 496,789
Michigan 476,285
Indiana 432,305
Ohio 403,190
Utah 398,760
Oklahoma 381,531
Wisconsin 372,248
Kansas 329,627
Tennessee 328,979
Minnesota 277,009
South Carolina 261,752
Missouri 240,222
Louisiana 224,867
Arkansas 208,821
Alabama 200,664
Idaho 196,502
Nebraska 191,325
Iowa 173,594
Kentucky 149,006
Rhode Island 148,095
Hawaii 143,239
Mississippi 88,937
Delaware 83,325
District of Columbia 68,355
Wyoming 57,065
Alaska 50,178
New Hampshire 43,544
Montana 35,362
South Dakota 30,537
West Virginia 26,847
North Dakota 23,439
Maine 20,165
Vermont 11,110

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Hispanic / Latino Population By Race As of July 1, 2014

White Hispanic/Latino Population

Geography Total Hispanic / Latino White Hispanic / Latino
United States 55,387,539 48,790,194
California 14,988,768 13,475,645
Texas 10,411,340 9,830,569
Florida 4,788,869 4,382,561
New York 3,672,791 2,744,010
Illinois 2,152,974 1,961,829
Arizona 2,056,455 1,852,273
New Jersey 1,729,172 1,445,155
Colorado 1,135,109 1,004,390
New Mexico 994,151 914,782
Georgia 935,279 779,063
North Carolina 894,276 734,552
Washington 858,779 729,480
Nevada 790,034 701,427
Pennsylvania 838,823 640,198
Virginia 737,316 614,828
Massachusetts 731,206 563,436
Maryland 557,371 444,851
Connecticut 541,152 444,375
Oregon 496,789 430,260
Michigan 476,285 402,969
Indiana 432,305 381,082
Utah 398,760 354,835
Ohio 403,190 330,144
Wisconsin 372,248 324,388
Oklahoma 381,531 311,718
Kansas 329,627 292,830
Tennessee 328,979 280,903
Minnesota 277,009 233,559
South Carolina 261,752 217,025
Missouri 240,222 205,412
Louisiana 224,867 187,281
Arkansas 208,821 187,233
Idaho 196,502 175,302
Alabama 200,664 167,968
Nebraska 191,325 167,688
Iowa 173,594 154,497
Kentucky 149,006 127,855
Rhode Island 148,095 111,734
Mississippi 88,937 71,759
Delaware 83,325 66,303
Hawaii 143,239 52,237
District of Columbia 68,355 51,265
Wyoming 57,065 50,308
New Hampshire 43,544 36,657
Alaska 50,178 36,210
Montana 35,362 26,967
South Dakota 30,537 22,907
West Virginia 26,847 22,773
North Dakota 23,439 18,744
Maine 20,165 16,789
Vermont 11,110 9,168

Black Hispanic/Latino Population

Geography Total Hispanic / Latino Black or African American Hispanic / Latino
United States 55,387,539 2,630,013
New York 3,672,791 594,996
California 14,988,768 321,092
Florida 4,788,869 242,438
Texas 10,411,340 202,605
New Jersey 1,729,172 167,457
Pennsylvania 838,823 118,952
Massachusetts 731,206 101,535
Georgia 935,279 85,570
North Carolina 894,276 72,833
Illinois 2,152,974 68,421
Maryland 557,371 59,850
Connecticut 541,152 58,852
Virginia 737,316 57,169
Arizona 2,056,455 44,740
Ohio 403,190 37,135
Michigan 476,285 30,462
Colorado 1,135,109 27,528
Nevada 790,034 24,934
Washington 858,779 24,329
South Carolina 261,752 23,436
Rhode Island 148,095 21,576
Indiana 432,305 20,946
Louisiana 224,867 19,935
Tennessee 328,979 19,330
Wisconsin 372,248 16,553
Alabama 200,664 14,681
New Mexico 994,151 14,068
Oklahoma 381,531 12,813
Missouri 240,222 12,328
Minnesota 277,009 11,258
Kansas 329,627 10,909
District of Columbia 68,355 10,252
Oregon 496,789 10,063
Delaware 83,325 9,580
Mississippi 88,937 9,264
Kentucky 149,006 9,105
Utah 398,760 8,604
Arkansas 208,821 6,907
Nebraska 191,325 4,940
Iowa 173,594 4,837
Hawaii 143,239 3,316
New Hampshire 43,544 3,072
Alaska 50,178 2,649
Idaho 196,502 2,348
West Virginia 26,847 1,744
Wyoming 57,065 1,014
Maine 20,165 962
South Dakota 30,537 765
North Dakota 23,439 745
Vermont 11,110 570
Montana 35,362 545

American Indian and Alaska Native Hispanic / Latino

Geography Total Hispanic / Latino American Indian and Alaska Native Hispanic / Latino
United States 55,387,539 1,611,048
California 14,988,768 479,967
Texas 10,411,340 185,913
New York 3,672,791 131,887
Arizona 2,056,455 85,409
Illinois 2,152,974 56,327
Colorado 1,135,109 50,333
Florida 4,788,869 47,789
North Carolina 894,276 41,782
Washington 858,779 40,894
New Jersey 1,729,172 40,096
New Mexico 994,151 37,964
Oklahoma 381,531 32,197
Georgia 935,279 27,702
Oregon 496,789 26,362
Pennsylvania 838,823 26,284
Virginia 737,316 23,042
Nevada 790,034 21,864
Massachusetts 731,206 20,307
Maryland 557,371 18,907
Utah 398,760 15,968
Michigan 476,285 14,834
Minnesota 277,009 13,901
Wisconsin 372,248 13,676
Indiana 432,305 11,315
Tennessee 328,979 11,303
Kansas 329,627 11,160
Connecticut 541,152 10,987
Nebraska 191,325 10,231
Idaho 196,502 9,674
Ohio 403,190 9,596
South Carolina 261,752 8,268
Missouri 240,222 7,253
Alabama 200,664 6,887
Arkansas 208,821 6,590
Iowa 173,594 6,096
Louisiana 224,867 5,903
Rhode Island 148,095 5,487
Alaska 50,178 4,684
Montana 35,362 4,666
South Dakota 30,537 4,642
Kentucky 149,006 3,710
Delaware 83,325 3,208
Wyoming 57,065 3,129
Mississippi 88,937 2,982
Hawaii 143,239 2,651
North Dakota 23,439 2,403
District of Columbia 68,355 2,237
New Hampshire 43,544 1,029
Maine 20,165 618
West Virginia 26,847 576
Vermont 11,110 358
Asian Hispanic / Latino
Geography Total Hispanic / Latino Asian Hispanic / Latino
United States 55,387,539 552,333
California 14,988,768 235,758
Texas 10,411,340 46,455
New York 3,672,791 37,717
Florida 4,788,869 20,837
Arizona 2,056,455 17,631
Hawaii 143,239 16,360
Illinois 2,152,974 15,928
New Jersey 1,729,172 14,843
Washington 858,779 13,889
Nevada 790,034 11,846
Virginia 737,316 9,101
Colorado 1,135,109 8,865
North Carolina 894,276 8,678
Pennsylvania 838,823 8,358
Georgia 935,279 8,236
Maryland 557,371 6,613
Massachusetts 731,206 6,244
Oregon 496,789 5,076
New Mexico 994,151 4,891
Connecticut 541,152 4,046
Michigan 476,285 3,738
Ohio 403,190 3,618
Utah 398,760 3,570
Minnesota 277,009 3,223
Indiana 432,305 3,088
Tennessee 328,979 3,051
Wisconsin 372,248 2,790
Oklahoma 381,531 2,754
Missouri 240,222 2,401
South Carolina 261,752 2,374
Kansas 329,627 2,260
Louisiana 224,867 2,120
Alabama 200,664 1,493
Idaho 196,502 1,488
Arkansas 208,821 1,486
Kentucky 149,006 1,471
Nebraska 191,325 1,362
Iowa 173,594 1,339
Rhode Island 148,095 1,329
Alaska 50,178 1,276
District of Columbia 68,355 920
Mississippi 88,937 715
Delaware 83,325 582
Wyoming 57,065 429
New Hampshire 43,544 425
Montana 35,362 389
Maine 20,165 371
West Virginia 26,847 277
North Dakota 23,439 234
South Dakota 30,537 227
Vermont 11,110 161
Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander Hispanic / Latino
Geography Total Hispanic / Latino Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander Hispanic / Latino
United States 55,387,539 195,867
California 14,988,768 52,194
New York 3,672,791 17,514
Texas 10,411,340 14,825
Hawaii 143,239 9,733
Florida 4,788,869 9,336
New Jersey 1,729,172 5,962
Georgia 935,279 5,564
Arizona 2,056,455 5,549
North Carolina 894,276 5,397
Pennsylvania 838,823 4,932
Washington 858,779 4,919
Illinois 2,152,974 4,625
Nevada 790,034 4,175
Massachusetts 731,206 3,950
Virginia 737,316 3,294
Maryland 557,371 3,272
Colorado 1,135,109 3,039
Alabama 200,664 2,825
Tennessee 328,979 2,720
Connecticut 541,152 2,537
Utah 398,760 2,277
Ohio 403,190 2,014
New Mexico 994,151 1,986
Oregon 496,789 1,884
Indiana 432,305 1,846
South Carolina 261,752 1,831
Missouri 240,222 1,477
Oklahoma 381,531 1,432
Michigan 476,285 1,338
Rhode Island 148,095 1,139
Kentucky 149,006 1,128
Minnesota 277,009 1,108
Nebraska 191,325 1,095
Louisiana 224,867 1,087
Arkansas 208,821 1,066
Wisconsin 372,248 1,041
Kansas 329,627 925
Mississippi 88,937 742
District of Columbia 68,355 672
Iowa 173,594 647
Idaho 196,502 634
Delaware 83,325 520
Alaska 50,178 482
New Hampshire 43,544 249
South Dakota 30,537 221
Wyoming 57,065 183
Montana 35,362 161
West Virginia 26,847 113
North Dakota 23,439 87
Maine 20,165 76
Vermont 11,110 44
Two or More Races Hispanic / Latino
Geography Total Hispanic / Latino Two or More Races Hispanic / Latino
United States 55,387,539 1,608,084
California 14,988,768 424,112
New York 3,672,791 146,667
Texas 10,411,340 130,973
Florida 4,788,869 85,908
Hawaii 143,239 58,942
New Jersey 1,729,172 55,659
Arizona 2,056,455 50,853
Illinois 2,152,974 45,844
Washington 858,779 45,268
Colorado 1,135,109 40,954
Pennsylvania 838,823 40,099
Massachusetts 731,206 35,734
North Carolina 894,276 31,034
Virginia 737,316 29,882
Georgia 935,279 29,144
Nevada 790,034 25,788
Maryland 557,371 23,878
Oregon 496,789 23,144
Michigan 476,285 22,944
Ohio 403,190 20,683
Oklahoma 381,531 20,617
New Mexico 994,151 20,460
Connecticut 541,152 20,355
Indiana 432,305 14,028
Minnesota 277,009 13,960
Wisconsin 372,248 13,800
Utah 398,760 13,506
Tennessee 328,979 11,672
Kansas 329,627 11,543
Missouri 240,222 11,351
South Carolina 261,752 8,818
Louisiana 224,867 8,541
Idaho 196,502 7,056
Rhode Island 148,095 6,830
Alabama 200,664 6,810
Iowa 173,594 6,178
Nebraska 191,325 6,009
Kentucky 149,006 5,737
Arkansas 208,821 5,539
Alaska 50,178 4,877
Mississippi 88,937 3,475
Delaware 83,325 3,132
District of Columbia 68,355 3,009
Montana 35,362 2,634
New Hampshire 43,544 2,112
Wyoming 57,065 2,002
South Dakota 30,537 1,775
West Virginia 26,847 1,364
Maine 20,165 1,349
North Dakota 23,439 1,226
Vermont 11,110 809

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Total State Populations By Race As of July 1, 2014
White Population -As of July 1, 2014

Geography Total White
United States 318,857,056 246,660,710
California 38,802,500 28,395,830
Texas 26,956,958 21,565,643
Florida 19,893,297 15,485,874
New York 19,746,227 13,906,584
Pennsylvania 12,787,209 10,598,587
Illinois 12,880,580 9,984,775
Ohio 11,594,163 9,618,404
Michigan 9,909,877 7,915,690
North Carolina 9,943,964 7,108,057
New Jersey 8,938,175 6,526,416
Georgia 10,097,343 6,266,166
Virginia 8,326,289 5,872,210
Washington 7,061,530 5,699,754
Indiana 6,596,855 5,678,447
Arizona 6,731,484 5,636,322
Massachusetts 6,745,408 5,574,178
Tennessee 6,549,352 5,169,234
Missouri 6,063,589 5,063,452
Wisconsin 5,757,564 5,057,797
Colorado 5,355,866 4,699,302
Minnesota 5,457,173 4,677,716
Kentucky 4,413,457 3,895,463
Maryland 5,976,407 3,589,555
Oregon 3,970,239 3,488,798
Alabama 4,849,377 3,377,605
South Carolina 4,832,482 3,302,736
Louisiana 4,649,676 2,945,869
Connecticut 3,596,677 2,919,746
Oklahoma 3,878,051 2,910,952
Iowa 3,107,126 2,860,661
Utah 2,942,902 2,689,846
Kansas 2,904,021 2,521,932
Arkansas 2,966,369 2,364,132
Nevada 2,839,099 2,163,454
Mississippi 2,994,079 1,786,028
West Virginia 1,850,326 1,734,220
New Mexico 2,085,572 1,726,182
Nebraska 1,881,503 1,682,074
Idaho 1,634,464 1,528,744
Maine 1,330,089 1,263,864
New Hampshire 1,326,813 1,247,714
Montana 1,023,579 914,674
Rhode Island 1,055,173 898,297
South Dakota 853,175 731,359
Delaware 935,614 662,176
North Dakota 739,482 659,128
Vermont 626,562 595,181
Wyoming 584,153 541,596
Alaska 736,732 492,522
Hawaii 1,419,561 378,323
District of Columbia 658,893 287,441

Black or African American Population -As of July 1, 2014

Geography Total Black or African American
United States 318,857,056 42,158,238
New York 19,746,227 3,479,242
Texas 26,956,958 3,364,416
Florida 19,893,297 3,337,159
Georgia 10,097,343 3,183,784
California 38,802,500 2,541,367
North Carolina 9,943,964 2,196,390
Illinois 12,880,580 1,892,255
Maryland 5,976,407 1,809,294
Virginia 8,326,289 1,638,835
Louisiana 4,649,676 1,510,676
Pennsylvania 12,787,209 1,484,746
Ohio 11,594,163 1,463,594
Michigan 9,909,877 1,410,458
South Carolina 4,832,482 1,342,308
New Jersey 8,938,175 1,321,105
Alabama 4,849,377 1,293,200
Mississippi 2,994,079 1,122,938
Tennessee 6,549,352 1,119,119
Missouri 6,063,589 714,595
Indiana 6,596,855 630,754
Massachusetts 6,745,408 558,072
Arkansas 2,966,369 463,360
Connecticut 3,596,677 413,814
Wisconsin 5,757,564 378,526
Kentucky 4,413,457 363,239
District of Columbia 658,893 322,827
Minnesota 5,457,173 320,423
Arizona 6,731,484 318,202
Oklahoma 3,878,051 299,574
Washington 7,061,530 286,779
Nevada 2,839,099 258,492
Colorado 5,355,866 238,720
Delaware 935,614 208,081
Kansas 2,904,021 181,546
Iowa 3,107,126 106,073
Nebraska 1,881,503 92,289
Rhode Island 1,055,173 81,149
Oregon 3,970,239 80,962
West Virginia 1,850,326 67,073
New Mexico 2,085,572 52,666
Utah 2,942,902 39,655
Hawaii 1,419,561 34,864
Alaska 736,732 28,820
New Hampshire 1,326,813 19,686
Maine 1,330,089 19,149
South Dakota 853,175 15,971
North Dakota 739,482 15,555
Idaho 1,634,464 13,507
Wyoming 584,153 9,112
Vermont 626,562 7,709
Montana 1,023,579 6,108

American Indian and Alaska Native Population -As of July 1, 2014

Geography Total American Indian and Alaska Native
United States 318,857,056 3,960,971
California 38,802,500 645,309
Arizona 6,731,484 357,672
Oklahoma 3,878,051 350,892
Texas 26,956,958 274,452
New Mexico 2,085,572 217,262
New York 19,746,227 189,764
North Carolina 9,943,964 154,735
Washington 7,061,530 132,935
Alaska 736,732 108,956
Florida 19,893,297 99,203
Colorado 5,355,866 84,946
South Dakota 853,175 75,879
Illinois 12,880,580 75,293
Minnesota 5,457,173 71,960
Michigan 9,909,877 71,030
Oregon 3,970,239 70,842
Montana 1,023,579 67,065
Wisconsin 5,757,564 64,192
New Jersey 8,938,175 53,223
Georgia 10,097,343 50,988
Nevada 2,839,099 46,535
Virginia 8,326,289 45,725
Utah 2,942,902 44,551
Pennsylvania 12,787,209 44,142
North Dakota 739,482 40,277
Louisiana 4,649,676 35,276
Kansas 2,904,021 34,741
Alabama 4,849,377 33,772
Maryland 5,976,407 33,413
Missouri 6,063,589 32,828
Massachusetts 6,745,408 32,392
Ohio 11,594,163 31,585
Tennessee 6,549,352 28,845
Arkansas 2,966,369 28,689
Idaho 1,634,464 28,152
Indiana 6,596,855 26,354
South Carolina 4,832,482 25,961
Nebraska 1,881,503 25,690
Connecticut 3,596,677 18,443
Mississippi 2,994,079 17,520
Wyoming 584,153 15,541
Iowa 3,107,126 15,183
Kentucky 4,413,457 12,774
Rhode Island 1,055,173 9,965
Maine 1,330,089 9,132
Hawaii 1,419,561 6,356
Delaware 935,614 6,188
West Virginia 1,850,326 4,441
New Hampshire 1,326,813 3,849
District of Columbia 658,893 3,697
Vermont 626,562 2,356

Asian Population -As of July 1, 2014

Geography Total Asian
United States 318,857,056 17,339,053
California 38,802,500 5,586,184
New York 19,746,227 1,677,323
Texas 26,956,958 1,223,865
New Jersey 8,938,175 844,324
Illinois 12,880,580 684,715
Washington 7,061,530 576,147
Florida 19,893,297 553,820
Hawaii 1,419,561 532,371
Virginia 8,326,289 526,867
Massachusetts 6,745,408 425,305
Pennsylvania 12,787,209 417,607
Georgia 10,097,343 387,181
Maryland 5,976,407 380,168
Michigan 9,909,877 283,968
North Carolina 9,943,964 267,385
Minnesota 5,457,173 256,896
Nevada 2,839,099 236,304
Ohio 11,594,163 233,379
Arizona 6,731,484 221,347
Oregon 3,970,239 169,517
Colorado 5,355,866 168,460
Connecticut 3,596,677 161,770
Wisconsin 5,757,564 152,512
Indiana 6,596,855 132,406
Missouri 6,063,589 116,213
Tennessee 6,549,352 112,524
Louisiana 4,649,676 83,181
Oklahoma 3,878,051 81,394
Kansas 2,904,021 81,152
South Carolina 4,832,482 74,319
Utah 2,942,902 70,407
Iowa 3,107,126 69,062
Alabama 4,849,377 64,633
Kentucky 4,413,457 60,889
Alaska 736,732 44,681
Arkansas 2,966,369 44,193
Nebraska 1,881,503 41,216
Rhode Island 1,055,173 36,785
Delaware 935,614 35,093
New Mexico 2,085,572 34,848
New Hampshire 1,326,813 33,742
Mississippi 2,994,079 30,557
District of Columbia 658,893 26,480
Idaho 1,634,464 23,180
Maine 1,330,089 15,758
West Virginia 1,850,326 14,945
South Dakota 853,175 10,739
Vermont 626,562 9,752
North Dakota 739,482 9,412
Montana 1,023,579 8,256
Wyoming 584,153 5,821

Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander Population -As of July 1, 2014

Geography Total Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander
United States 318,857,056 741,601
California 38,802,500 194,088
Hawaii 1,419,561 141,286
Washington 7,061,530 49,986
Texas 26,956,958 36,632
Utah 2,942,902 29,046
New York 19,746,227 26,223
Florida 19,893,297 21,978
Nevada 2,839,099 21,140
Arizona 6,731,484 17,740
Oregon 3,970,239 16,861
North Carolina 9,943,964 11,930
Georgia 10,097,343 11,895
Colorado 5,355,866 10,071
Virginia 8,326,289 9,558
Alaska 736,732 9,296
New Jersey 8,938,175 8,917
Arkansas 2,966,369 8,633
Missouri 6,063,589 8,527
Pennsylvania 12,787,209 8,516
Illinois 12,880,580 8,193
Massachusetts 6,745,408 6,679
Oklahoma 3,878,051 6,393
Maryland 5,976,407 6,319
Tennessee 6,549,352 6,192
Ohio 11,594,163 5,846
Alabama 4,849,377 5,089
South Carolina 4,832,482 4,520
Indiana 6,596,855 4,093
Michigan 9,909,877 3,917
Connecticut 3,596,677 3,862
Kentucky 4,413,457 3,693
New Mexico 2,085,572 3,472
Minnesota 5,457,173 3,391
Idaho 1,634,464 3,302
Kansas 2,904,021 3,228
Louisiana 4,649,676 2,996
Iowa 3,107,126 2,953
Wisconsin 5,757,564 2,858
Nebraska 1,881,503 2,235
Mississippi 2,994,079 1,811
Rhode Island 1,055,173 1,800
District of Columbia 658,893 989
Montana 1,023,579 897
Delaware 935,614 863
New Hampshire 1,326,813 636
Wyoming 584,153 632
South Dakota 853,175 625
West Virginia 1,850,326 553
North Dakota 739,482 545
Maine 1,330,089 469
Vermont 626,562 227

Two or More Races Population -As of July 1, 2014

Geography Total Two or More Races
United States 318,857,056 7,996,483
California 38,802,500 1,439,722
Texas 26,956,958 491,950
New York 19,746,227 467,091
Florida 19,893,297 395,263
Hawaii 1,419,561 326,361
Washington 7,061,530 315,929
Ohio 11,594,163 241,355
Illinois 12,880,580 235,349
Pennsylvania 12,787,209 233,611
Virginia 8,326,289 233,094
Oklahoma 3,878,051 228,846
Michigan 9,909,877 224,814
North Carolina 9,943,964 205,467
Georgia 10,097,343 197,329
New Jersey 8,938,175 184,190
Arizona 6,731,484 180,201
Maryland 5,976,407 157,658
Colorado 5,355,866 154,367
Massachusetts 6,745,408 148,782
Oregon 3,970,239 143,259
Missouri 6,063,589 127,974
Minnesota 5,457,173 126,787
Indiana 6,596,855 124,801
Tennessee 6,549,352 113,438
Nevada 2,839,099 113,174
Wisconsin 5,757,564 101,679
South Carolina 4,832,482 82,638
Kansas 2,904,021 81,422
Connecticut 3,596,677 79,042
Kentucky 4,413,457 77,399
Alabama 4,849,377 75,078
Louisiana 4,649,676 71,678
Utah 2,942,902 69,397
Arkansas 2,966,369 57,362
Iowa 3,107,126 53,194
Alaska 736,732 52,457
New Mexico 2,085,572 51,142
Nebraska 1,881,503 37,999
Idaho 1,634,464 37,579
Mississippi 2,994,079 35,225
West Virginia 1,850,326 29,094
Rhode Island 1,055,173 27,177
Montana 1,023,579 26,579
Delaware 935,614 23,213
Maine 1,330,089 21,717
New Hampshire 1,326,813 21,186
South Dakota 853,175 18,602
District of Columbia 658,893 17,459
North Dakota 739,482 14,565
Wyoming 584,153 11,451
Vermont 626,562 11,337

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