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White, Not Hispanic (reporting white alone) in 2016

RankStateFIPS CodePopulation
1California0600014,725,729
2Texas4800011,843,864
3Florida1200011,271,384
4New York3600010,962,313
5Pennsylvania420009,832,127
6Ohio390009,216,496
7Illinois170007,886,677
8Michigan260007,474,930
9North Carolina370006,438,334
10Georgia130005,484,889
11Indiana180005,273,458
12Virginia510005,235,564
13Washington530005,053,546
14New Jersey340004,966,755
15Tennessee470004,929,450
16Massachusetts250004,928,862
17Missouri290004,852,074
18Wisconsin550004,718,160
19Minnesota270004,444,184
20Arizona040003,834,724
21Colorado080003,796,733
22Kentucky210003,765,752
23Alabama010003,197,147
24South Carolina450003,161,469
25Oregon410003,119,464
26Maryland240003,092,525
27Louisiana220002,754,601
28Iowa190002,708,501
29Oklahoma400002,595,562
30Connecticut090002,411,769
31Utah490002,401,230
32Kansas200002,216,482
33Arkansas050002,175,226
34Mississippi280001,698,241
35West Virginia540001,684,936
36Nebraska310001,519,945
37Nevada320001,463,596
38Idaho160001,385,885
39Maine230001,243,607
40New Hampshire330001,211,076
41Montana30000900,884
42New Mexico35000787,250
43Rhode Island44000768,815
44South Dakota46000713,315
45North Dakota38000644,710
46Delaware10000597,331
47Vermont50000580,616
48Wyoming56000494,078
49Alaska02000452,757
50Hawaii15000315,242
51District of Columbia11000247,185

Data Source: U.S. Census Bureau, American Community Survey

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