Number of Hispanic Or Latino People in the United States

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

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

Total U.S. Hispanic Or Latino Population

Population Year
58,479,370 2019
57,517,935 2018
56,510,571 2017
55,199,107 2016
54,232,205 2015

The table above shows that between 2015 and 2019 the total Hispanic Or Latino population has increased by 4,247,165 people.

If this growth were to continue at the same rate, the total population of Hispanic Or Latino people by 2023 could be 62,726,535.

Total U.S. Hispanic Or Latino Population By State

We can also look at the data for Hispanic Or Latino people in each individual state and whether the 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 193,492 208,626 7.82%
Alaska 47,808 51,870 8.50%
Arizona 2,014,711 2,208,663 9.63%
Arkansas 203,226 224,130 10.29%
California 14,750,686 15,327,688 3.91%
Colorado 1,112,586 1,208,172 8.59%
Connecticut 526,508 574,240 9.07%
Delaware 80,706 88,364 9.49%
District of Columbia 65,803 76,191 15.79%
Florida 4,660,733 5,346,684 14.72%
Georgia 915,120 992,394 8.44%
Hawaii 139,251 149,118 7.09%
Idaho 191,314 215,476 12.63%
Illinois 2,122,841 2,186,387 2.99%
Indiana 421,206 461,850 9.65%
Iowa 168,230 188,311 11.94%
Kansas 323,218 345,680 6.95%
Kentucky 143,481 162,994 13.60%
Louisiana 218,263 239,164 9.58%
Maine 19,447 22,100 13.64%
Maryland 533,671 606,482 13.64%
Massachusetts 707,928 809,179 14.30%
Michigan 467,021 507,353 8.64%
Minnesota 270,984 299,556 10.54%
Mississippi 86,507 91,202 5.43%
Missouri 233,046 254,791 9.33%
Montana 33,622 40,314 19.90%
Nebraska 186,268 208,271 11.81%
Nevada 770,553 853,041 10.71%
New Hampshire 42,141 50,493 19.82%
New Jersey 1,688,008 1,794,736 6.32%
New Mexico 986,972 1,020,817 3.43%
New York 3,619,658 3,720,983 2.80%
North Carolina 869,908 962,665 10.66%
North Dakota 20,569 28,317 37.67%
Ohio 390,970 443,415 13.41%
Oklahoma 371,459 417,906 12.50%
Oregon 485,646 537,217 10.62%
Pennsylvania 815,538 935,216 14.67%
Puerto Rico 3,547,288 3,275,919 -7.65%
Rhode Island 143,788 163,226 13.52%
South Carolina 254,092 285,458 12.34%
South Dakota 27,914 33,024 18.31%
Tennessee 320,090 364,174 13.77%
Texas 10,196,367 11,116,881 9.03%
Utah 389,856 434,832 11.54%
Vermont 10,691 12,038 12.60%
Virginia 709,156 792,001 11.68%
Washington 835,488 937,579 12.22%
West Virginia 25,408 28,368 11.65%
Wisconsin 364,558 394,392 8.18%
Wyoming 55,698 57,341 2.95%

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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