Hispanic Population: A Nationwide View

May 28, 2011

Source: U.S. Census Bureau

From 2000-2006 we see dynamic population increase for Hispanics in virtually every state. Only New York had less than a 20% increase in its Hispanic population. 15 states had increases of more than 40% in those 6 years. The Hispanic community has begun to seek out new locations to live and work in recent years.   This suggests that the Hispanic community is now found or soon will be found almost everywhere in significant numbers.