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Hispanic Population by Episcopal Region

 
Region
2000
2010
Change
% of Change

Region I

 
   
 
Maine
9,360
16,935
7,575
81%
Vermont
5,604
9,208
3,604
64%
New Hampshire
20,489
36,704
16,215
79%
Massachusetts
428,729
627,654
198,925
46%
Rhode Island
90,820
130,655
39,835
44%
Connecticut
320,323
479,087
158,764
50%
Total
875,325
1,300,243
424,918
49%





Region II

 
   
 
New York
2,867,583
3,416,922
549,339
19%





Region III

 
   
 
New Jersey
1,117,191
1,555,144
437,953
39%
Pennsylvania
394,088
719,660
325,572
83%
Total
1,511,279
2,274,804
763,525
51%





Region IV

 
   
 
Delaware
37,277
73,221
35,944
96%
District of Columbia
44,953
54,749
9,796
22%
Maryland
227,916
470,632
242,716
106%
Virginia
329,540
631,825
302,285
92%
West Virginia
12,279
22,268
9,989
81%
Total
651,965
1,252,695
600,730
92%





Region V

 
   
 
Alabama
75,830
185,602
109,772
145%
Kentucky
59,939
132,836
72,897
122%
Louisiana
107,736
192,560
84,824
79%
Mississippi
39,569
81,481
41,912
106%
Tennessee
123,836
290,059
166,223
134%
Total
406,910
882,538
475,628
117%





Region VI

 
   
 
Michigan
323,877
436,358
112,481
35%
Ohio
217,123
354,674
137,551
63%
Total
541,000
791,032
250,032
46%





Region VII

 
   
 
Illinois
1,530,262
2,027,578
497,316
32%
Indiana
214,536
389,707
175,171
82%
Wisconsin
192,921
336,056
143,135
74%
Total
1,937,719
2,753,341
815,622
42%
   
   
 

Region VIII

 
   
 
Minnesota
143,382
250,258
106,876
75%
North Dakota
7,786
13,467
5,681
73%
South Dakota
10,903
22,119
11,216
103%
Total
162,071
285,844
123,773
76%





Region IX

 
   
 
Kansas
188,252
300,042
111,790
59%
Missouri
118,592
212,470
93,878
79%
Iowa
82,473
151,544
69,071
84%
Nebraska
94,427
167,405
72,978
77%
Total
483,744
831,461
347,717
72%





Region X

 
   
 
Arkansas
86,866
185,050
98,184
113%
Oklahoma
179,304
332,007
152,703
85%
Texas
6,669,666
9,460,921
2,791,255
42%
Total
6,935,836
9,977,978
3,042,142
44%





Region XI

 
   
 
California
10,966,558
14,013,719
3,047,161
28%
Hawaii
87,699
120,842
33,143
38%
Nevada
393,970
716,501
322,531
82%
Total
11,448,227
14,851,062
3,402,835
30%





Region XII

 
   
 
Alaska
25,852
39,249
13,397
52%
Idaho
101,690
175,901
74,211
73%
Montana
18,081
28,565
10,484
58%
Oregon
275,314
450,062
174,748
63%
Washington
441,509
755,790
314,281
71%
Total
862,446
1,449,567
587,121
68%





Region XIII

 
   
 
Utah
201,559
358,340
156,781
78%
Arizona
1,295,617
1,895,149
599,532
46%
New Mexico
765,386
953,403
188,017
25%
Colorado
735,601
1,038,687
303,086
41%
Wyoming
31,669
50,231
18,562
59%
Total
3,029,832
4,295,810
1,265,978
42%





Region XIV

 
   
 
Florida
2,682,715
4,223,806
1,541,091
57%
Georgia
435,227
853,689
418,462
96%
North Carolina
378,963
800,120
421,157
111%
South Carolina
95,076
235,682
140,606
148%
Total
3,591,981
6,113,297
2,521,316
70%

Data based on 2010 Census



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