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Hispanic or Latino in 2016

RankStateFIPS CodePopulation
1California0600015,280,773
2Texas4800010,881,124
3Florida120005,126,975
4New York360003,747,125
5Illinois170002,181,439
6Arizona040002,144,775
7New Jersey340001,786,668
8Colorado080001,181,219
9New Mexico350001,009,873
10Georgia13000972,698
11North Carolina37000932,221
12Washington53000907,000
13Pennsylvania42000900,814
14Nevada32000836,626
15Massachusetts25000780,661
16Virginia51000766,004
17Maryland24000586,801
18Connecticut09000562,348
19Oregon41000522,571
20Michigan26000492,382
21Indiana18000449,871
22Ohio39000424,625
23Utah49000420,440
24Oklahoma40000403,938
25Wisconsin55000387,666
26Tennessee47000348,725
27Kansas20000338,481
28Minnesota27000289,422
29South Carolina45000274,596
30Missouri29000250,476
31Louisiana22000236,152
32Arkansas05000218,561
33Idaho16000207,743
34Alabama01000203,845
35Nebraska31000203,320
36Iowa19000182,606
37Rhode Island44000157,352
38Kentucky21000155,520
39Hawaii15000148,148
40Mississippi2800091,448
41Delaware1000087,152
42District of Columbia1100074,422
43Wyoming5600058,413
44Alaska0200051,599
45New Hampshire3300047,118
46Montana3000037,840
47South Dakota4600032,169
48West Virginia5400028,295
49North Dakota3800027,538
50Maine2300021,058
51Vermont5000011,651

Data Source: U.S. Census Bureau

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