The Top States with Hispanic Populations

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The Top States with Hispanic Populations | Latina on Real Estate

There are a few states that are well known for having large Hispanic populations, and lately, a few more states have experienced growth in their theirs. This comes as a nice surprise. Recently, the Pew Research Center went over some of the numbers from the 2014 American Community Survey.

Top 10 states by Latino population:

  • California – 15.0 million
  • Texas – 10.4 million
  • Florida – 4.8 million
  • New York – 3.7 million
  • Illinois – 2.2 million
  • Arizona – 2.1 million
  • New Jersey – 1.7 million
  • Colorado – 1.1 million
  • New Mexico – 1.0 million
  • Georgia – 0.9 million

Top 10 states with the fastest growth in Latino population:

  • South Dakota – 29,000 (190 % change from 2000)
  • Tennessee – 322,000 (176 % change from 2000)
  • South Carolina – 258,000 (172 % change from 2000)
  • Alabama – 190,000 (164 % change from 2000)
  • Kentucky – 145,000 (154 % change from 2000)
  • Arkansas – 205,000 (141 % change from 2000)
  • North Dakota – 18,000 (141 % change from 2000)
  • Maryland – 556,000 (141 % change from 2000)
  • North Carolina – 890,000 (136 % change from 2000)
  • Virginia – 732,000 (120 % change from 2000)

When someone decides to move from one state to another, the major concern is where they are going to live, and what the housing expenses in that state will be? If you are a Hispanic thinking about relocating, contact a local real estate professional who can give you a breakdown of the housing expenses in your new state, as well as help you to find your next home there.

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