1980 Census of Population: Supplementary Report. Persons of Spanish origin by State, 1980

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U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, 1982 - Hispanic Americans - 17 pages
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Page 8 - New England: Maine New Hampshire Vermont Massachusetts . Rhode Island Connecticut Middle Atlantic: New York New Jersey ... Pennsylvania East North Central: Ohio Indiana Illinois Michigan ... Wisconsin West North Central: Minnesota Iowa Missouri North Dakota . South Dakota Nebraska Kansas South Atlantic: Delaware Maryland...
Page 7 - District of Columbia Virginia West Virginia North Carolina South Carolina Georgia Florida East South Central Kentucky Tennessee Alabama Mississippi West South Central Arkansas Louisiana Oklahoma Texas Mountain Montana Idaho Wyoming Colorado New Mexico Arizona Utah Nevada Pacific...
Page 8 - Northeast: New England Middle Atlantic .... North Central: East North Central. . West North Central. South: South Atlantic East South Central . West South Central. West: Mountain Pacific New England: Maine New Hampshire. . . . Vermont Massachusetts .... Rhode Island Connecticut Middle Atlantic: New York New Jersey Pennsylvania East North Central.
Page 6 - New England: Maine New Hampshire.... Vermont Massachusetts. .. . Rhode Island Connecticut.. .. .. Middle Atlantic: New York New Jersey Pennsylvania. . . . . East North Central: Ohio Indiana Illinois Michigan Wisconsin West North Central: Minnesota.
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Page 2 - Other Spanish" population includes persons from Spain, the Spanish-speaking countries of Central or South America, and Hispanic persons who identified themselves generally as Latino, Spanish-American, Spanish, etc. Three-quarters of a million of the "Other Spanish" population lived in California, and over one-half million lived in New York.
Page 2 - PROFILE OF THE US HISPANIC POPULATION Although Cubans accounted for only 6 percent of the Spanish origin population in the Nation, they represented higher proportions of the Hispanic populations in several States — 55 percent of all Spanish persons in Florida, 16 percent in New Jersey, 10 percent in Georgia, 8 percent in both Maryland and Louisiana, and 7 percent In Nevada. OTHER SPANISH POPULATION The nunber of Spanish origin persons reported as "Other Spanish" in the 1980 census was 3,051,063,...
Page 2 - US HISPANIC POPULATION Mexican origin persons constituted 60 percent of the Hispanic population In the United States; however, the Mexican proportion of the Hispanic population in each State varied considerably, ranging from 2 percent in New York to 92 percent in Texas. Other States with high proportions (above 75 percent) of Mexican origin persons among Hispanics were Arizona, California, Nebraska, Kansas, and Idaho. PUERTO RICAN POPULATION In 1980, the Puerto Rlcan population in the United States...
Page 16 - basic tabulations" has come to mean tabulations for individual blocks, the smallest area of geography identified in census data products. After the 1980 census, the PL 94-171 data file provided by the Census Bureau contained the following information: total population; white; black; American Indian, Eskimo, and Aleut; Asian and Pacific Islander; and other races; and a separate count of Hispanics.

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