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As of Census 2010, 16.3% of the total U.S. population were of Hispanic Origin. 14.2% of the total population 18 years and over were Hispanic; 23.1% of the total population under 18 years were Hispanic. (see table for more detail). Patterns of Hispanic population vary widely by state and even within individual counties. Use resources described here to examine patterns of Hispanic population distribution.

View/rank/compare the Hispanic population compared to the total population for selected types of geographic areas and age groups using the interactive ranking table provided below. The table provides Census 2010 demographic data at the state, metro, county, city/place and school district levels for all states and D.C.

Analyzing Hispanic Demographic Characteristics & Patterns
  • Census 2010 provides important insights but additional data and tools are needed ...
  • view Hispanic long-term trends, integrated multi-sourced data for any county using CV XE APIGateway
  • use Outlook Estimates & Projections to examine Hispanic patterns trending into the future
  • develop custom Hispanic demographic estimates using CV XE Crosstabs & PUMS
  • maps -- visually analyze multi-cultural demographics down to intersection level using CV XE GIS

Related Hispanic Demographic Sections with interactive tables
  • Hispanic Population by Specific Origin -- State, County & Census Tract
  • Hispanic Population by Specific Origin -- ZIP Code

Census 2010 Hispanic & Total Population by Age Interactive Table
  Click ShowaAll button to reset; click column header to sort; click again to sort other direction.
  See usage notes below table. See related Ranking Tables Main Page

Usage notes ...
Viewing a specific summary level ...
To view only congressional districts (school districts, counties, places ) for a selected state:
  • Click ShowAll button.
  • Use dropdown to select state.
  • Use dropdown to select summary level.
  • Rank on a selected column by clicking header on that column.
  • Rank in other direction by clicking same header again.

Using Find CBSA ... examining metro data ...
CBSA is the abbreviation for Core-Based Statistical Area. A CBSA is a Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA) or a Micropolitan Statistical Area (MISA).
Use Find CBSA to show all counties in the CBSA. CBSA totals are not presented in this table.
  • Click ShowAll button.
  • Enter the exact 5-digit CBSA code in the box to the right of "Find CBSA".
    -- use this list to locate the CBSA code.
    -- the default value shown, 31100, is the Los Angeles CBSA code.
    -- to view non-metro counties, use the CBSA code 99999.
  • Click "Find CBSA".
    -- If no data are shown, 1) ShowAll button was not clicked first or 2) there are no counties for this CBSA code in the table.
  • Data shown correspond to counties that are within this CBSA. Only county level data are shown in the table for the CBSA.
  • Click on any column header to sort on that item.

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