According to the new figures:
ο Hispanics accounted for nearly 46% of the total population growth in Nevada. Moreover, in the last decade Nevada was the fastest growing state among total population and Hispanics outpaced total population growth in the state 81.9% vs. 35.1%.
ο In Utah, Hispanics accounted for nearly 30% of the total population growth. 1 out of every 3 individuals added to the state population is of Hispanic origin.
ο In Colorado, Hispanics are growing four times as fast as non-Hispanic whites and account for more than 42% of the total population growth in the state.
ο Hispanics are growing eight times faster than non-Hispanics (63.5% vs. 7.5%) in Oregon and accounted for 43% of overall growth in the state.
ο In Washington, Hispanics account for 38% of the total population growth in the state and are growing faster than any other demographic group.
ο The Hispanic population in Alabama more than doubled in the last decade.
ο Minorities contributed to all of the population growth in Hawaii among those under 18. Hispanics contributed nearly 48% of the minority growth among those under 18.
ο 1 out of every 4 individuals added to the Missouri population is of Hispanic origin.
Based on the aggregated population of Hispanics who reside in the 21 states released by Census at this point:
ο There are 19.3 million Hispanics.
ο Hispanic population has grown 50% since Census 2000.
ο Approximately 6.4 million "new Hispanics in the U.S" contributed 54% of overall growth in the U.S.
ο 1 out of every 2 individuals added to the total population in the states released by Census is of Hispanic origin.
ο 49% of the Hispanic population in the 21 states reported resides in Texas (9.4 million).