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State by State & DC Demographics 2003!

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According to the US Census for 2003 here's what each state looks like as follows...

*BTW these are for single responses except for "Two or More Races*

White/Caucasian: 234,196,357

1 California 27,504,823

2 Texas 18,489,815

3 New York 14,126,934

4 Florida 13,710,059

5 Pennsylvania 10,687,080

6 Illinois 10,054,610

7 Ohio 9,770,269

8 Michigan 8,210,755

9 New Jersey 6,681,190

10 North Carolina 6,233,540

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11 Georgia 5,858,716

12 Massachusetts 5,612,441

13 Indiana 5,507,887

14 Virginia 5,462,029

15 Washington 5,243,441

16 Wisconsin 4,933,241

17 Arizona 4,892,899

18 Missouri 4,868,618

19 Tennessee 4,720,502

20 Minnesota 4,562,664

21 Colorado 4,105,438

22 Kentucky 3,717,185

23 Maryland 3,615,861

24 Oregon 3,233,336

25 Alabama 3,210,758

26 Connecticut 2,974,584

27 Louisiana 2,888,636

28 South Carolina 2,805,957

29 Iowa 2,793,148

30 Oklahoma 2,753,995

31 Kansas 2,431,240

32 Arkansas 2,208,462

33 Utah 2,202,148

34 Nevada 1,885,428

35 Mississippi 1,763,609

36 West Virginia 1,720,496

37 Nebraska 1,602,435

38 New Mexico 1,591,375

39 Idaho 1,304,286

40 Maine 1,267,438

41 New Hampshire 1,240,326

42 Rhode Island 960,415

43 Montana 834,305

44 South Dakota 678,588

45 Delaware 624,111

46 Vermont 599,936

47 North Dakota 586,361

48 Wyoming 474,910

49 Alaska 459,535

50 Hawaii 326,226

51 District of Columbia 204,547

Hispanic or Latino (of any race): 39,898,889

1 California 12,176,087

2 Texas 7,556,869

3 Florida 3,160,287

4 New York 3,132,186

5 Illinois 1,726,822

6 Arizona 1,549,889

7 New Jersey 1,254,466

8 Colorado 847,472

9 New Mexico 810,060

10 Georgia 541,123

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11 Washington 508,199

12 Nevada 491,376

13 Massachusetts 478,350

14 North Carolina 466,704

15 Pennsylvania 423,499

16 Virginia 394,856

17 Michigan 357,339

18 Connecticut 351,881

19 Oregon 326,361

20 Maryland 262,351

21 Indiana 242,518

22 Utah 233,425

23 Ohio 232,447

24 Wisconsin 215,254

25 Kansas 212,500

26 Oklahoma 199,748

27 Minnesota 164,941

28 Tennessee 146,000

29 Missouri 130,928

30 Idaho 119,066

31 Louisiana 117,260

32 South Carolina 114,217

33 Nebraska 106,914

34 Rhode Island 102,660

35 Arkansas 100,378

36 Hawaii 95,032

37 Iowa 92,471

38 Alabama 89,195

39 Kentucky 71,905

40 District of Columbia 53,289

41 Mississippi 43,441

42 Delaware 43,143

43 Wyoming 34,052

44 Alaska 29,920

45 New Hampshire 23,401

46 Montana 19,708

47 West Virginia 12,515

48 South Dakota 11,673

49 Maine 10,549

50 North Dakota 8,435

51 Vermont 5,870

Black/African American: 37,098,946

1 New York 3,425,434

2 Florida 2,702,707

3 Texas 2,554,903

4 Georgia 2,496,525

5 California 2,442,153

6 Illinois 1,919,667

7 North Carolina 1,837,608

8 Maryland 1,547,381

9 Louisiana 1,480,623

10 Virginia 1,474,816

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11 Michigan 1,447,146

12 Ohio 1,334,473

13 Pennsylvania 1,279,358

14 New Jersey 1,256,700

15 South Carolina 1,245,878

16 Alabama 1,189,264

17 Mississippi 1,064,477

18 Tennessee 977,634

19 Missouri 659,444

20 Indiana 529,738

21 Arkansas 440,972

22 Massachusetts 432,711

23 Connecticut 348,889

24 District of Columbia 331,650

25 Wisconsin 325,308

26 Kentucky 312,568

27 Oklahoma 275,750

28 Washington 215,787

29 Minnesota 199,475

30 Colorado 190,157

31 Arizona 185,366

32 Kansas 163,069

33 Delaware 159,088

34 Nevada 154,331

35 Nebraska 73,059

36 Iowa 66,707

37 Rhode Island 64,001

38 Oregon 63,665

39 West Virginia 59,184

40 New Mexico 42,427

41 Hawaii 30,060

42 Alaska 25,058

43 Utah 22,592

44 New Hampshire 11,743

45 Maine 8,214

46 Idaho 7,587

47 South Dakota 6,418

48 North Dakota 5,348

49 Wyoming 4,747

50 Vermont 3,666

51 Montana 3,528

Asian: 11,924,912

1 California 4,148,196

2 New York 1,241,877

3 Texas 677,620

4 New Jersey 564,802

5 Hawaii 529,312

6 Illinois 500,739

7 Washington 369,092

8 Florida 327,323

9 Virginia 309,886

10 Massachusetts 285,074

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11 Pennsylvania 262,825

12 Maryland 247,690

13 Michigan 216,989

14 Georgia 211,589

15 Minnesota 167,911

16 Ohio 165,245

17 North Carolina 142,568

18 Oregon 121,633

19 Colorado 117,353

20 Arizona 116,669

21 Wisconsin 106,747

22 Nevada 105,730

23 Connecticut 101,935

24 Missouri 75,620

25 Indiana 73,704

26 Tennessee 70,165

27 Louisiana 63,835

28 Oklahoma 57,882

29 Kansas 57,145

30 Iowa 46,685

31 Utah 44,599

32 South Carolina 44,311

33 Alabama 37,946

34 Kentucky 37,499

35 Rhode Island 29,180

36 Nebraska 27,910

37 Alaska 27,392

38 Arkansas 24,571

39 New Mexico 24,024

40 Mississippi 22,398

41 Delaware 20,507

42 New Hampshire 20,375

43 District of Columbia 17,720

44 Idaho 14,644

45 West Virginia 11,649

46 Maine 10,950

47 Vermont 6,418

48 South Dakota 5,617

49 Montana 5,549

50 North Dakota 4,547

51 Wyoming 3,288

American Indian/Alaska Native alone: 2,786,652

1 California 413,382

2 Arizona 294,137

3 Oklahoma 279,559

4 New Mexico 187,323

5 Texas 147,423

6 North Carolina 107,901

7 New York 105,289

8 Alaska 102,606

9 Washington 100,482

10 Florida 69,075

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11 South Dakota 64,240

12 Montana 59,658

13 Michigan 59,587

14 Minnesota 57,939

15 Colorado 51,005

16 Wisconsin 50,424

17 Oregon 49,090

18 Illinois 39,175

19 Utah 33,388

20 Nevada 32,804

21 North Dakota 31,140

22 Georgia 26,583

23 New Jersey 26,155

24 Kansas 26,010

25 Louisiana 25,963

26 Ohio 25,952

27 Missouri 25,834

28 Virginia 24,053

29 Alabama 22,501

30 Pennsylvania 21,381

31 Idaho 19,677

32 Arkansas 18,633

33 Massachusetts 18,400

34 Maryland 17,626

35 Indiana 17,418

36 Tennessee 16,661

37 Nebraska 16,284

38 South Carolina 15,140

39 Mississippi 12,565

40 Wyoming 11,807

41 Connecticut 11,425

42 Iowa 10,189

43 Kentucky 9,375

44 Maine 7,217

45 Rhode Island 6,102

46 Hawaii 3,844

47 West Virginia 3,584

48 New Hampshire 3,219

49 Delaware 3,086

50 Vermont 2,383

51 District of Columbia 1,967

Pacific Islander : 495,335

1 California 145,409

2 Hawaii 115,803

3 Washington 27,184

4 Texas 23,451

5 New York 18,214

6 Utah 17,601

7 Florida 12,841

8 Nevada 10,107

9 Arizona 9,918

10 Oregon 9,644

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11 Illinois 8,066

12 Colorado 6,437

13 New Jersey 6,429

14 Georgia 6,222

15 North Carolina 5,490

16 Virginia 5,137

17 Massachusetts 5,124

18 Pennsylvania 4,916

19 Missouri 3,803

20 Michigan 3,598

21 Ohio 3,568

22 Alaska 3,548

23 Maryland 3,147

24 Oklahoma 3,099

25 Tennessee 2,864

26 Indiana 2,730

27 Minnesota 2,571

28 Connecticut 2,459

29 New Mexico 2,366

30 South Carolina 2,185

31 Arkansas 2,112

32 Wisconsin 2,105

33 Kentucky 1,912

34 Kansas 1,860

35 Alabama 1,722

36 Idaho 1,664

37 Louisiana 1,625

38 Iowa 1,341

39 Rhode Island 1,268

40 Nebraska 1,139

41 Mississippi 846

42 Montana 549

43 New Hampshire 472

44 Maine 468

45 West Virginia 460

46 Delaware 395

47 District of Columbia 388

48 Wyoming 353

49 South Dakota 291

50 North Dakota 274

51 Vermont 157

Two or more races: 4,307,575

1 California 830,490

2 New York 272,367

3 Hawaii 252,363

4 Texas 225,297

5 Florida 197,063

6 Washington 175,459

7 Michigan 141,910

8 Oklahoma 141,247

9 Ohio 136,291

10 Illinois 131,287

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11 Virginia 110,409

12 Pennsylvania 109,895

13 New Jersey 103,120

14 Georgia 85,080

15 Oregon 82,228

16 Arizona 81,822

17 Colorado 80,298

18 North Carolina 80,141

19 Massachusetts 79,672

20 Maryland 77,204

21 Missouri 71,165

22 Minnesota 68,815

23 Indiana 64,166

24 Wisconsin 54,474

25 Tennessee 53,922

26 Nevada 52,754

27 Kansas 44,183

28 Connecticut 44,080

29 Kentucky 39,288

30 Alabama 38,561

31 Louisiana 35,652

32 South Carolina 33,681

33 Utah 31,139

34 Arkansas 30,964

35 Alaska 30,679

36 New Mexico 27,099

37 Iowa 25,992

38 Idaho 18,474

39 Nebraska 18,464

40 Mississippi 17,386

41 Rhode Island 15,198

42 West Virginia 14,981

43 Montana 14,032

44 New Hampshire 11,552

45 Maine 11,441

46 Delaware 10,304

47 South Dakota 9,155

48 District of Columbia 8,054

49 Vermont 6,547

50 North Dakota 6,167

51 Wyoming 6,137

US Population: 290,809,777 *Reference*

1 California 35,484,453

2 Texas 22,118,509

3 New York 19,190,115

4 Florida 17,019,068

5 Illinois 12,653,544

6 Pennsylvania 12,365,455

7 Ohio 11,435,798

8 Michigan 10,079,985

9 Georgia 8,684,715

10 New Jersey 8,638,396

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11 North Carolina 8,407,248

12 Virginia 7,386,330

13 Massachusetts 6,433,422

14 Indiana 6,195,643

15 Washington 6,131,445

16 Tennessee 5,841,748

17 Missouri 5,704,484

18 Arizona 5,580,811

19 Maryland 5,508,909

20 Wisconsin 5,472,299

21 Minnesota 5,059,375

22 Colorado 4,550,688

23 Alabama 4,500,752

24 Louisiana 4,496,334

25 South Carolina 4,147,152

26 Kentucky 4,117,827

27 Oregon 3,559,596

28 Oklahoma 3,511,532

29 Connecticut 3,483,372

30 Iowa 2,944,062

31 Mississippi 2,881,281

32 Arkansas 2,725,714

33 Kansas 2,723,507

34 Utah 2,351,467

35 Nevada 2,241,154

36 New Mexico 1,874,614

37 West Virginia 1,810,354

38 Nebraska 1,739,291

39 Idaho 1,366,332

40 Maine 1,305,728

41 New Hampshire 1,287,687

42 Hawaii 1,257,608

43 Rhode Island 1,076,164

44 Montana 917,621

45 Delaware 817,491

46 South Dakota 764,309

47 Alaska 648,818

48 North Dakota 633,837

49 Vermont 619,107

50 District of Columbia 564,326

51 Wyoming 501,242

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wow intersting statistics. floridda seems to be one of the most diverse states out there.

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nice.

florida and new york are really close on a lot of these. It won't be long before we're number 3 overall. If only we had a strong source of asian immigrants.

I wasn't expecting florida to be #2 for blacks either.

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^Well its up about where it should be as its also the 4th most populous state. Some states either exceed or fall behind in certain categories.

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should alaska be at the top of the alaska native list? and shouldn't hawaii be at the top of the pacific islander list? just seems weird that they aren't.

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^There was a time that Hawaii was but not anymore Hawaii was actually the highest for many ethnic groups back in the day but times change. I don't think Alaska ever was at the top for American Indian/Alaska Native groups though most American Indians live in the western states and well Alaskas but a small state population wise but percentage wise they make up a fairly large portion. BTW most Pacific Islanders in Hawaii tend to mix with other races like most everyone in Hawaii which is also why Hawaii is so high up on the Two or More Races category in Hawaii people are just open minded that way and always have been while in other states its only but a growing phenomenon. So if you were to taken into account those that are part-pacific islander than Hawaii is still #1

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North Carolina is more diversified and more populous than I thought. :D

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Of course these numbers dont tell the whole story cause most states are huge and many minorities seem to gravitate towards major cities versus rural areas unless they are like in agriculture etc which many Hispanics/Latinos from Mexico are and can be found in large numbers in rural places in the west. But even then breaking it down by city or metro does not paint a complete picture as some cities/metros are sprawly/huge in sq miles so everyone ends up being spread out. :P

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^I'm actually surprised too but am really shocked by the large number that live in California i knew there were a lot but over 400,000 sheesh!

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Of course these numbers dont tell the whole story cause most states are huge and many minorities seem to gravitate towards major cities versus rural areas unless they are like in agriculture etc which many Hispanics/Latinos from Mexico are and can be found in large numbers in rural places in the west. But even then breaking it down by city or metro does not paint a complete picture as some cities/metros are sprawly/huge in sq miles so everyone ends up being spread out. :P

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True. And if you really want this data to mean anything even at the state level it needs to stardardized otherwise you will mostly just be looking at a ranking based on general population with a few variations of course. Could be really creative and map it out using a graduated color scheme to compare states or even look at regional patterns.

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The demographics of this country is changing almost dramatically in some cases one can only wonder what the next official census count will look like.

In Hawaii well mainly Honolulu i have seen the Black population grow very fast its almost like just out of no where they are the second fastest growing racial group in the metro in raw numbers and fastest percentage wise from 2000-2003 which is quite amazing for a city that is not known for having a large Black population historically although they have been here since the late 1700s i think? The other is the Micronesians their population is just exploding literally its amazing how fast their population is growing and i bet the census estimates are way low for them as they are harder to keep track because the majority are not considered immigrants and can live, work, and move freely throughout the state and the good ole language barrier many dont speak much english and that group of people speak like over 30 different languages which has put a drain on the state especially since most of their languages are relatively new here so finding qualified interpreters are pretty tough.

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