Number of All Other Hispanic Or Latino People in the United States

In this article, we will explore the demographic data of All Other Hispanic Or Latino people in the United States, and look at historical data to see whether the All Other Hispanic Or Latino population is growing or declining.

First, let's take a look at the population of All Other Hispanic Or Latino people in the United States for the last 5 years.

Total U.S. All Other Hispanic Or Latino Population

Population Year
1,632,677 2019
1,502,592 2018
1,393,279 2017
1,309,093 2016
1,228,371 2015

The table above shows that between 2015 and 2019 the total All Other Hispanic Or Latino population has increased by 404,306 people.

If this growth were to continue at the same rate, the total population of All Other Hispanic Or Latino people by 2023 could be 2,036,983.

Total U.S. All Other Hispanic Or Latino Population By State

We can also look at the data for All Other Hispanic Or Latino people in each individual state and whether the All Other Hispanic Or Latino population increased or decreased between 2015 and 2019.

For more details on the historical population figures for each state, click the link in the table below.

State 2015 2019 Change (%)
Alabama 4,471 9,914 121.74%
Alaska 2,024 2,336 15.42%
Arizona 33,166 50,518 52.32%
Arkansas 4,308 6,494 50.74%
California 188,106 257,886 37.10%
Colorado 81,049 92,942 14.67%
Connecticut 9,774 12,099 23.79%
Delaware 2,287 2,261 -1.14%
District of Columbia 3,460 3,739 8.06%
Florida 76,250 117,544 54.16%
Georgia 15,628 21,638 38.46%
Hawaii 4,439 6,573 48.07%
Idaho 5,032 5,380 6.92%
Illinois 24,551 28,148 14.65%
Indiana 9,667 14,299 47.92%
Iowa 4,302 5,449 26.66%
Kansas 5,016 6,898 37.52%
Kentucky 3,916 4,726 20.68%
Louisiana 7,989 10,876 36.14%
Maine 808 1,251 54.83%
Maryland 16,171 22,665 40.16%
Massachusetts 18,480 26,183 41.68%
Michigan 11,267 16,098 42.88%
Minnesota 6,197 8,839 42.63%
Mississippi 2,780 3,592 29.21%
Missouri 8,529 9,074 6.39%
Montana 1,237 1,462 18.19%
Nebraska 3,848 6,673 73.41%
Nevada 12,800 16,615 29.80%
New Hampshire 1,165 2,268 94.68%
New Jersey 35,690 48,869 36.93%
New Mexico 160,261 175,065 9.24%
New York 86,156 132,517 53.81%
North Carolina 15,004 24,377 62.47%
North Dakota 886 1,546 74.49%
Ohio 9,546 15,346 60.76%
Oklahoma 6,081 11,377 87.09%
Oregon 7,386 15,616 111.43%
Pennsylvania 21,409 28,710 34.10%
Puerto Rico 2,923 3,236 10.71%
Rhode Island 3,163 3,707 17.20%
South Carolina 5,689 8,864 55.81%
South Dakota 1,091 1,287 17.97%
Tennessee 7,526 10,476 39.20%
Texas 238,723 300,302 25.80%
Utah 12,907 15,486 19.98%
Vermont 418 808 93.30%
Virginia 19,466 27,912 43.39%
Washington 15,772 21,923 39.00%
West Virginia 1,039 1,432 37.82%
Wisconsin 6,871 8,814 28.28%
Wyoming 4,570 3,803 -16.78%

Data Source(s)

All of the data on this page is sourced from the latest American Community Survey (ACS) 5-year estimates, from the United States Census Bureau. The latest year for the ACS is currently 2019.

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