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Changing demographics: Appendix tables

  • Table 4: Population Change by Age, 2000 - 2010
  • Table 5: Projections of Population Change by Age, 2010 - 2020
  • Table 6: Projections of Population Change by Age, 2020 - 2030
  • Table 8: Population by Race and Ethnicity, Number and Percent Change Between 2000 and 2010

 

Table 4: Population Change by Age, 2000 - 2010
State < 18 years 18-24 years 25-44 years 45-64 years 65+ years
Number Percent Number Percent Number Percent Number Percent Number Percent
U.S. 1,887,655 2.6 3,337,182 12.3 -2,272,902 -2.7 19,059,736 30.8 5,276,231 15.1
Northeast -714,591 -5.5 606,677 12.8 -1,430,075 -8.8 3,019,105 24.8 432,551 5.9
Connecticut -24,673 -2.9 56,511 20.8 -103,297 -10.0 200,953 25.5 36,376 7.7
Maine -26,705 -8.9 9,612 9.3 -21,861 -5.9 97,590 30.9 27,678 15.1
Massachusetts -81,141 -5.4 90,856 15.7 -220,092 -11.1 397,388 28.0 42,562 4.9
New Hampshire -22,328 -7.2 19,291 18.7 -9,548 -2.5 114,576 39.0 30,298 20.5
New Jersey -22,344 -1.1 102,069 15.1 -150,867 -5.7 533,564 27.9 72,857 6.5
New York -365,178 -7.8 209,159 11.8 -578,869 -9.9 902,853 21.3 169,591 6.9
Pennsylvania -130,066 -4.5 96,970 8.9 -314,951 -9.0 658,970 23.2 40,142 2.1
Rhode Island -23,866 -9.6 12,834 12.0 -19,927 -6.4 69,019 29.9 -521 -0.3
Vermont -18,290 -12.4 9,375 16.6 -10,663 -6.0 44,192 29.3 13,568 17.5
Midwest -519,558 -3.1 271,992 4.4 -1,041,685 -5.5 3,559,812 25.0 763,259 9.2
Illinois -116,272 -3.6 58,874 4.9 -223,190 -5.9 609,624 22.9 109,188 7.3
Indiana 33,902 2.2 5,675 0.9 -83,921 -4.7 309,652 23.0 88,277 11.7
Iowa -5,645 -0.8 -22,458 -7.5 -34,623 -4.3 149,572 23.0 16,675 3.8
Kansas 13,946 2.0 215 0.1 -40,760 -5.3 152,508 26.6 19,887 5.6
Michigan -251,699 -9.7 81,133 8.7 -151,475 -5.1 553,817 24.8 142,512 11.7
Minnesota -2,831 -0.2 65,027 13.8 -5,849 -0.4 362,747 33.9 88,855 15.0
Missouri -2,256 -0.2 37,157 6.9 -88,014 -5.4 327,756 26.2 82,915 11.0
Nebraska 8,979 2.0 -4,983 -2.9 -37,352 -7.7 92,937 25.3 14,482 6.2
North Dakota -10,978 -6.8 -4,202 -5.7 -20,396 -11.7 35,276 25.4 2,999 3.2
Ohio -157,588 -5.5 37,402 3.5 -295,811 -8.9 546,134 21.2 114.258 7.6
South Dakota 148 0.1 -5,026 -6.5 -10,462 -5.1 49,212 30.8 8,450 7.8
Wisconsin -29,264 -2.1 23,178 4.5 -49,832 -3.2 370,577 31.1 74,761 10.6
South 2,221,854 8.7 1,244,379 12.7 -89,224 -0.3 7,582,207 34.2 2,455,718 19.7
Alabama 9,037 0.8 -17,278 -3.9 -106,245 -8.2 234,900 23.1 77,994 13.5
Arkansas 31,106 4.6 -1,328 -0.5 -15,815 -2.1 158,362 26.1 45,962 12.3
Delaware 11,178 5.7 5,198 6.9 -8,457 -3.6 73,134 41.7 -1,089 -1.6
District of Columbia -14,177 -12.3 -7,024 -9.7 -18,476 -9.8 -6,984 -5.6 27,551 27.1
Florida 355,751 9.8 348,857 26.2 66,608 1.5 1,802,965 49.7 452,005 16.1
Georgia 322,318 14.9 138,143 16.5 95,682 3.6 640,101 36.8 246,760 31.4
Kentucky 28,553 2.9 -1,350 -0.3 -71,194 -5.9 235,725 25.4 73,434 14.5
Louisiana -101,784 -8.3 -9,965 -2.1 -92,336 -7.1 228,890 23.7 40,928 7.9
Maryland -3,208 -0.2 154,169 34.2 -57,321 -3.4 342,834 28.0 108,335 18.1
MMississippi -19,632 -2.5 -28,882 -9.3 -35,547 -4.7 173,418 28.5 36,884 10.7
North Carolina 317,588 16.2 155,504 19.3 7,864 0.3 636,235 35.2 265,031 27.3
Oklahoma 37,306 4.2 -7,718 -2.2 -60,734 -6.2 167,585 21.8 50,764 11.1
South Carolina 70,833 7.0 32,029 7.9 -47,272 -4.0 302,900 32.8 146,541 30.2
Tennessee 97,480 7.0 48,661 8.9 -66,462 -3.9 353,264 26.8 150,151 21.3
Texas 979,065 16.6 305,579 13.9 428,143 6.6 1,649,846 39.2 529,354 25.5
Virginia 115,415 6.6 155,398 22.9 -75,480 -3.4 507,864 31.1 184,604 23.3
West Virginia -14,975 -3.7 -25,614 -14.9 -30,182 -6.0 81,168 17.8 20,509 7.4
West 899,950 5.3 1,214,134 19.2 288,082 1.5 4,898,612 36.6 1,624,703 23.5
Alaska -3,339 -1.8 24,518 42.8 -15,673 -7.7 44,217 31.7 19,239 53.9
Arizona 262,067 19.2 142,614 27.7 180,920 12.0 607,527 56.8 213,992 32.0
California 45,211 0.5 771,813 22.9 -65,425 -0.6 2,444,899 35.2 650,856 18.1
Colorado 124,814 11.3 56,880 13.2 -25,339 -1.8 309,618 32.5 133,552 32.1
Hawaii 8,051 2.7 26,526 23.1 -26,999 -7.5 78,650 28.3 34,537 21.5
Idaho 60,042 16.3 -1,327 -1.0 54,565 15.1 103,393 37.2 48,752 33.4
Montana -6,499 -2.8 -2,523 -2.9 -4,235 -1.7 66,899 30.4 25,793 21.3
Nevada 153,209 29.9 62,287 34.7 90,378 14.4 275,631 60.0 105,430 48.2
New Mexico 10,098 2.0 14,663 8.3 -38,996 -7.6 147,939 36.6 60,030 28.3
Oregon 19,927 2.4 23,445 7.2 63,260 6.3 210,101 25.9 95,356 21.8
Utah 152,329 21.2 -9,349 -2.9 86,418 13.8 139,912 36.8 59,240 31.1
Washington 67,511 4.5 108,995 19.5 -3.8 -0.2 434,656 32.4 165,529 25.0
Wyoming 6,529 5.1 -4,408 -8.8 -7,023 -5.1 35,170 29.6 12,397 21.5
U.S. Census Bureau. Age: 2000 and Age and Sex Composition: 2010.

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Table 5: Projections of Population Change by Age, 2010 - 2020
  < 18 years 18-24 25-44 45-64 65+
State Number Percent Number Percent Number Percent Number Percent Number Percent
U.S. 5,868,295 7.9 -1,142,135 -3.7 5,114,111 6.2 2,640,516 3.3 14,388,178 35.8
Northeast 72,548 0.6 -623,171 -11.6 267,648 1.8 -359,512 -2.4 1,992,745 25.2
Connecticut 2,337 0.3 -29,514 -9.0 30,545 3.3 -32,128 -3.2 126,920 24.6
Maine -797 -0.3 -23,590 -20.8 11,723 3.4 -17,517 -4.2 81,712 38.5
Massachusetts 9,314 0.6 -52,708 -7.9 6,111 0.3 -7,864 -0.4 251,252 27.7
New Hampshire 25,700 8.4 -13,685 -11.2 45,552 12.3 -1,409 -0.3 83,033 46.4
New Jersey 50,140 2.4 -45,786 -5.9 50,394 2.0 67,697 2.8 320,959 26.1
New York -45,836 -1.0 -268,781 -13.6 13,477 0.3 -163,977 3.2 598,365 22.6
Pennsylvania 23,485 0.9 -161,175 -13.5 75,416 2.4 181,742 -5.2 446,883 22.8
Rhode Island 4,738 1.9 -15,466 -12.9 15,741 5.4 -8,049 -2.7 40,614 25.8
Vermont 3,467 2.6 -12,466 -18.9 18,689 11.3 -14,523 -7.4 43,007 46.0
Midwest 285,506 1.8 -481,304 -7.4 277,577 1.5 -440,111 -2.5 2,422,074 27.3
Illinois 58,864 1.8 -84,885 -6.7 -2,818 -0.1 -39,236 -1.2 387,901 24.2
Indiana 38,803 2.4 -2,682 -0.4 18,415 1.1 -28,084 -1.7 208,417 25.7
Iowa -13,687 -1.9 -20,642 -7.5 -17,959 -2.3 -43,776 -5.5 106,653 23.7
Kansas 14,903 2.1 -17,148 -6.2 12,900 1.8 -30,163 -4.1 104,604 27.9
Michigan -7,794 -0.3 -100,048 -9.9 46,591 1.7 -48,424 -1.7 376,985 28.2
Minnesota 126,261 9.8 -32,096 -6.0 130,039 8.7 16,408 1.1 239,521 35.7
Missouri 49,178 3.5 -35,183 -6.1 67,616 4.4 -29,233 -1.9 225,426 27.4
Nebraska 12,356 2.8 -8,739 -5.2 -9,797 -2.2 -25,820 -5.6 65,681 27.0
North Dakota -4,335 -3.1 -11,632 -16.9 -336 -0.2 -18,123 -10.4 27,915 28.7
Ohio -40,915 -1.5 -102,770 -9.4 -15,565 -0.5 -164,356 -5.3 391,483 24.7
South Dakota 3,060 1.6 -7.683 -10.6 -2,412 -1.2 -11,364 -5.4 33,939 29.7
Wisconsin 48,812 3.7 -57,796 -10.6 50,903 3.3 -17,940 -1.1 253,549 32.8
South 3,292,253 11.9 224,611 2.0 2,227,891 7.4 2,244,447 7.6 5,997,973 40.4
Alabama -5,845 -0.5 -14,566 -3.4 -34,353 -2.9 -6,369 -0.5 193,718 29.9
Arkansas 35,110 5.0 5,328 2.0 4,749 0.6 21,117 2.8 118,876 28.8
Delaware 13,115 6.5 -5,138 -6.4 2,219 1.0 17,522 7.0 51,149 40.9
District of Columbia -918 -0.8 -16,872. -25.7 -13,020 -7.6 -18,934 -16.0 499 0.8
Florida 801,488 19.6 37,899 2.3 688,879 14.9 938,408 17.3 1,688,160 49.4
Georgia 334,877 13.4 74,630 7.6 141,810 5.2 274,257 11.5 429,099 43.7
Kentucky 4,969 0.5 -5,037 -1.3 -10,677 -0.9 -2,211 -0.2 172,270 30.9
Louisiana 1,274 0.1 -40,108 -8.6 13,572 1.1 -49,385 -4.1 181,128 31.1
Maryland 179,767 12.8 -41,815 -6.9 215,540 13.4 -5,009 -0.3 244,173 34.0
Missouri -22,396 -2.9 -14,623 -5.2 -28,823 -3.7 19,077 2.4 120,165 31.7
North Carolina 356,565 15.7 97,125 10.1 167,577 6.7 284,785 11.6 457,414 39.4
Oklahoma 38,970 4.4 -6,478 -1.9 9,064 1.0 -27,800 -3.0 130,418 26.3
South Carolina 49,035 4.7 -10,625 -2.4 27,715 2.4 49,158 4.0 260,590 43.0
Tennessee 128,297 8.7 21,162 3.5 54,018 3.3 54,301 3.2 292,040 35.2
Texas 1,182,859 17.4 153,748 6.1 819,426 11.9 661,544 11.3 1,168,431 45.2
Virginia 219,727 11.7 4,178 0.5 206,284 9.5 66,740 3.1 410,221 41.3
West Virginia -24,641 -6.4 -14,197 -9.7 -36,089 -7.7 -32,724 -6.1 79,622 27.2
West 2,217,988 12.4 -262,271 -3.5 2,340,995 11.8 1,195,662 6.5 3,975,386 46.2
Alaska 34,643 18.8 -11,639 -14.2 38,006 20.2 -20,538 -11.2 39,840 70.5
Arizona 439,916 26.1 81,110 12.4 307,412 18.2 392,017 23.4 598,612 64.9
California 917,130 9.7 -346,025 -8.4 1,254,676 11.8 507,410 5.4 1,806,418 41.1
Colorado 138,884 11.7 7,079 1.5 66,091 4.8 1,775 0.1 233,484 45.1
Hawaii 22,874 7.2 -16,560 -11.7 19,371 5.8 -27,448 -7.7 73,462 38.4
Idaho 48,183 12.0 4,706 3.4 53,185 12.8 29,945 7.9 88,023 48.5
Montana 5,738 2.7 -13,362 -16.1 11,901 4.9 -16,962 -5.9 66,822 46.1
Nevada 191,676 28.8 43,514 18.0 109,121 15.2 215,942 29.4 201,499 61.1
New Mexico 9,310 1.9 -36,171 -18.8 4,084 0.9 -13,830 -2.5 140,723 50.4
Oregon 117,336 13.6 3,702 1.1 121,374 11.4 16,447 1.6 210,538 42.6
Utah 101,134 12.3 49,645 16.1 62,565 8.8 75,440 14.5 106,297 45.3
Washington 194,925 13.1 -20,307 -3.0 292,749 16.2 50,135 2.8 372,671 46.8
Wyoming -3,761 -3.2 -7,963 -17.5 460 0.3 -14,671 -9.5 36,997 50.9
U.S. Census Bureau, Population Division, Interim State Population Projections, 2005

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Table 6: Projections of Population Change by Age, 2020 - 2030
State < 18 years 18 - 24 25 - 44 45 -64 65+
Number Percent Number Percent Number Percent Number Percent Number Percent
U.S. 5,407,491 6.7 3,194,278 10.9 3,729,257 4.2 -1,372,717 -1.6 16,821,580 30.8
Northeast 36,947 0.3 -6,819 -0.1 -447,853 -3.0 -1,319,606 -8.9 2,272,962 23.0
Connecticut 7,091 0.9 -16,192 -5.4 -24,431 -2.5 -105,352 -11.0 151,864 23.6
Maine -13,042 -4.9 -1,489 -1.7 -39,784 -11.0 -23,280 -5.9 80,027 27.2
Massachusetts 52,447 3.5 -6,791 -1.1 8,094 0.5 -200,580 -11.1 303,293 26.2
New Hampshire 25,667 7.8 9,206 8.4 2,518 0.6 -6,601 -1.6 90,930 34.7
New Jersey 37,388 1.7 10,972 1.5 29,395 1.2 -143,951 -5.7 407,001 26.2
New York -49,563 -1.1 -8,367 -0.5 -201,035 -3.8 -507,397 -10.2 666,871 20.5
Pennsylvania -24,881 -0.9 7,139 0.7 -190,825 -5.8 -297,553 -9.0 486,950 20.3
Rhode Island -1,280 -0.5 -2,783 -2.7 -20,037 -6.5 -25,724 -8.8 48,535 24.5
Vermont 3,120 2.3 1,486 2.8 -11,748 -6.4 -9,168 -5.1 37,491 27.5
Midwest 32,422 0.2 129,713 2.2 -674,045 -3.7 -1,004,489 -5.8 2,558,522 22.6
Illinois 3,343 0.1 43,479 3.7 -76,682 -2.1 -197,381 -6.1 423,413 21.3
Indiana 66,436 4.1 4,236 0.7 -17,357 -1.0 -82,381 -6.1 423,413 21.3
Iowa -34,068 -4.9 -8,042 -3.2 -82,748 -11.0 -47,112 -6.2 106,646 19.2
Kansas -4,953 -0.7 8,678 3.4 -30,402 -4.1 -36,977 -5.3 113,172 23.6
Michigan -45,935 -1.9 -16,641 -1.7 -139,048 -4.9 -170,446 -6.2 369,249 21.6
Minnesota 89,303 6.3 44,564 8.9 -10,719 -0.7 -961 -0.1 283,174 31.1
Missouri 36,527 2.5 31,170 5.8 -9,609 -0.6 -82,440 -5.3 254,643 24.3
Nebraska -2,274 -0.5 8,283 5.2 -18,188 -4.1 -37,069 -8.5 66,817 21.6
North Dakota -9,316 -6.8 -748 -1.3 -22,467 -14.6 -18,350 -11.8 27,335 21.9
Ohio -62,845 -2.3 -9,340 -0.9 -141,110 -4.7 -258,793 -8.8 378,558 19.1
South Dakota -1,316 -0.7 1,327 2.0 -23,352 -12.1 -14,802 -7.5 36,666 24.7
Wisconsin -2,480 -0.2 21,747 4.5 -102,363 -6.5 -57,777 -3.7 286,683 28.0
South 3,310,606 10.7 1,776,541 15.7 2,796,573 8.6 335,272 1.0 7,479,526 35.9
Alabama 25,925 2.4 6,710 1.6 -10,800 -0.9 -73,060 -5.9 196,553 23.3
Arkansas 45,457 6.2 14,273 5.4 11,168 1.5 -16,287 -2.1 125,378 23.6
Delaware 3,437 1.6 4,163 5.5 -5,464 -2.4 -14,389 -5.4 61,702 35.0
District of Columbia -12,557 -11.1 6,372 13.1 -24,609 -15.6 -13,035 -13.1 -3,297 -5.4
Florida 882,471 18.1 485,820 28.3 907,538 17.0 340,820 5.4 61,702 35.0
Georgia 309,361 10.9 120,796 11.5 200,753 6.9 45,261 1.7 497,914 35.3
Kentucky 20,700 2.1 6,532 1.7 -2,075 -0.2 -68,299 -5.9 173,709 23.8
Louisiana -22,837 -1.9 24,916 5.9 -42,497 -3.5 -56,853 -5.0 180,744 23.7
Maryland 132,307 8.3 70,612 12.5 95,742 5.3 -47,571 -3.0 273,535 28.4
Missouri -25,032 -3.4 2,854 1.1 -39,611 -5.3 -25,490 -3.2 134,877 27.0
North Carolina 455,208 17.3 140,090 13.2 361,268 13.5 7,289 0.3 554,595 34.3
Oklahoma 43,886 4.7 32,847 9.6 9,591 1.0 -40,932 -4.5 132,169 21.1
South Carolina 58,423 5.4 26,125 6.1 27,596 2.4 -54,361 -4.3 268,209 31.0
Tennessee 184,069 11.5 56,038 9.1 116,430 6.8 -53,218 -3.1 296,645 26.5
Texas 1,021,828 12.8 676,316 25.4 1,039,332 13.4 515,001 7.9 1,430,371 38.1
Virginia 220,279 10.5 111,233 13.3 212,431 9.0 -75,727 -3.4 439,408 31.3
West Virginia -32,319 -9.0 -9,156 -6.9 -60,220 -13.8 -33,877 -6.7 54,419 14.6
West 2,027,516 10.1 1,294,843 17.8 2,054,582 9.3 616,106 3.2 4,510,570 35.8
Alaska 30,667 14.0 18,267 26.0 21,625 9.6 -8,120 -5.0 30,814 32.0
Arizona 478,772 22.5 244,576 33.1 436,577 21.8 245,292 11.9 850,732 55.9
California 632,032 6.1 590,401 15.6 900,960 7.6 25,610 0.3 2,089,115 33.7
Colorado 137,369 10.3 81,442 16.5 123,815 8.6 -34,511 -2.7 205,375 27.4
Hawaii -13,634 -4.0 26,164 21.0 13,217 3.7 -34,504 -10.5 62,430 23.6
Idaho 37,668 8.4 22,524 15.8 9,203 2.0 67,302 16.4 91,594 34.0
Montana -7,708 -3.5 4,073 5.8 -30,002 -11.9 -1,975 -0.7 57,775 27.3
Nevada 218,872 25.5 60,157 21.1 172,532 20.8 112,199 11.8 266,059 50.1
New Mexico -32,907 -6.7 9,153 5.9 -46,915 -9.7 -49,458 -9.2 135,494 32.3
Oregon 137,568 14.0 62,388 17.6 88,303 7.5 108,175 10.4 177,091 25.1
Utah 140,047 15.2 53,240 14.9 98,344 12.7 84,184 14.1 119,458 35.0
Washington 281,285 16.7 122,113 18.8 286,036 13.6 107,529 5.9 395,702 33.9
Wyoming -12,515 -11.1 345 0.9 -19,113 -14.5 -5,617 -4.0 28,931 26.4
U.S. Census Bureau, Population Division, Interim State Population Projections, 2005

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Table 8: Population by Race and Ethnicity, Number and Percent Change Between 2000 and 2010
State White, Non-Hispanic Black, Non-Hispanic Hispanic Asian, Non-Hispanic
Number Percent Number Percent Number Percent Number Percent
U.S. 2,264,778 1.2 4,271,129 12.3 15,171,776 43.0 4,431,254 43.3
Northeast -1,319,168 -3.4 450,336 7.4 1,737,882 33.1 941,347 44.4
Connecticut -92,583 -3.5 52,453 16.9 158,764 49.6 53,252 64.7
Maine 24,000 2.0 8,947 132.4 7,575 80.9 4,460 49.0
Massachusetts -213,559 -4.1 90,944 26.5 198,925 46.4 111,644 46.9
New Hampshire 39,798 3.4 6,000 66.4 16,215 79.1 12,476 78.3
New Jersey -342,331 -6.2 63,005 5.5 437,953 39.2 245,450 51.1
New York -456,734 -3.9 59,415 2.0 549,339 19.2 375,268 35.9
Pennsylvania -227,803 -2.2 153,077 12.5 325,572 82.6 129,275 58.8
Rhode Island -54,748 -6.4 13,281 28.3 39,835 43.9 6,792 28.7
Vermont 4,792 0.8 3,214 104.9 3,704 67.3 2,730 52.3
Midwest -289,498 -0.6 451,136 6.9 1,537,146 49.2 531,505 44.4
Illinois -256,387 -3.0 -10,461 -0.6 497,316 32.5 163,331 38.6
Indiana 67,080 1.3 81,363 16.0 175,171 81.7 43,348 73.3
Iowa -9,221 -0.3 27,295 44.1 69,071 83.7 16,459 44.9
Kansas -3,458 -0.2 13,666 8.9 111,790 59.4 20,956 44.8
Michigan -236,752 -3.0 -12,380 -0.9 112,481 34.7 62,000 35.1
Minnesota 67,999 1.6 102,681 59.8 106,876 74.5 72,266 50.9
Missouri 164,274 3.5 64,000 10.2 93,878 79.2 36,488 59.2
Nebraska 5,259 0.4 14,344 20.9 72,980 77.3 10,362 47.2
North Dakota 8,858 1.5 4,044 103.3 5,681 73.0 3,303 91.6
Ohio -178,848 -1.9 106,374 8.2 137,551 63.4 59,600 44.9
South Dakota 24,917 3.7 5,522 117.9 11,216 102.9 3,232 73.8
Wisconsin 56,781 1.2 54,688 18.0 143,135 74.2 40,471 45.6
South 2,778,668 4.2 3,023,741 15.9 6,640,812 71.2 1,291,063 67.2
Alabama 78,583 2.5 95,381 8.3 109,772 144.8 22,249 71.0
Arkansas 73,334 3.5 30,945 7.4 99,184 114.2 15,882 78.5
Delaware 18,779 3.3 41,148 27.3 35,944 96.4 12,290 75.6
District of Columbia 50,286 31.6 -38,187 -11.1 9,796 21.8 5,867 38.6
Florida 426,213 4.1 664,357 28.4 1,541,091 57.4 188,565 70.8
Georgia 285,259 5.6 600,893 25.6 418,462 96.1 141,297 81.6
Kentucky 137,642 3.8 41,526 14.0 72,897 121.6 19,186 64.5
Louisiana -59,507 -2.1 452 0.0 84,822 78.7 15,374 28.1
Maryland -128,589 -3.9 222,887 15.1 242,716 106.5 107,924 51.2
Mississippi -5,621 -0.3 64,576 6.2 41,912 105.9 7,116 38.2
North Carolina 576,840 10.2 311,083 17.9 421,157 111.1 95,273 83.8
Oklahoma 19,013 0.7 16,676 6.4 152,703 85.2 18,309 39.1
South Carolina 310,449 11.7 105,468 8.9 140,606 147.9 23,037 64.0
Tennessee 294,852 6.5 124,506 13.3 166,221 134.2 34,580 61.0
Texas 464,032 4.2 575,032 23.9 2,791,255 41.8 402,277 71.5
Virginia 220,813 4.4 161,106 11.6 302,285 91.7 178,865 68.5
West Virginia 16,290 1.0 5,892 10.3 9,989 81.4 2,972 31.5
West 1,094,776 3.0 345,916 11.2 5,255,936 34.3 1,667,339 33.3
Alaska 31,532 4.2 1,476 6.8 13,397 51.8 13,019 51.8
Arizona 421,389 24.7 100,135 63.0 599,532 46.3 84,459 91.6
California -860,537 -7.1 35,190 1.6 3,047,163 27.8 1,163,494 31.5
Colorado 317,913 20.5 36,674 22.2 303,086 41.2 43,815 46.0
Hawaii 32,252 -20.3 -579 -2.6 33,143 37.8 21,210 4.2
Idaho 176,952 22.7 4,354 79.8 74,211 73.0 7,180 60.4
Montana 60,805 10.1 1,335 49.6 10,484 58.0 1,562 33.3
Nevada 159,080 37.7 83,149 61.4 322,531 81.9 105,170 116.5
New Mexico 20,315 6.5 8,207 23.9 188,017 24.6 8,953 46.5
Oregon 148,232 10.8 13,544 24.3 174,748 63.5 39,913 39.4
Utah 317,454 21.2 11,630 65.9 156,781 77.8 18,177 49.0
Washington 224,314 10.2 49,775 26.2 314,281 71.2 158,732 49.2
Wyoming 45,075 6.3 1,026 27.6 18,562 58.6 1,655 59.7

Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2000 and 2010 decennial censuses.

Note: Persons were able to check two or more races; the comparison above includes those marking only one race

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