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State Rankings -- Statistical Abstract of the United States

NON-HISPANIC WHITE ALONE POPULATION, NUMBER -- JULY 2008

[When states share the same rank, the next lower rank is omitted. Because of rounded data, states may have identical values shown, but different ranks. Cautionary note]

State Number Rank
    United States 199,491,458 (X)
Alabama 3,190,994 24
Alaska 451,156 49
Arizona 3,795,755 20
Arkansas 2,160,035 33
California 15,537,547 1
Colorado 3,506,772 22
Connecticut 2,584,354 30
Delaware 596,739 45
District of Columbia 196,049 (X)
Florida 11,059,062 4
Georgia 5,628,678 10
Hawaii 320,680 50
Idaho 1,297,078 38
Illinois 8,348,056 7
Indiana 5,305,237 12
Iowa 2,710,849 28
Kansas 2,249,736 31
Kentucky 3,747,596 21
Louisiana 2,731,007 27
Maine 1,253,951 39
Maryland 3,251,584 23
Massachusetts 5,147,262 14
Michigan 7,750,818 8
Minnesota 4,458,479 19
Mississippi 1,724,199 34
Missouri 4,855,753 16
Montana 850,601 41
Nebraska 1,500,241 36
Nevada 1,485,702 37
New Hampshire 1,225,368 40
New Jersey 5,354,369 11
New Mexico 828,237 43
New York 11,696,659 2
North Carolina 6,198,438 9
North Dakota 574,816 47
Ohio 9,474,320 6
Oklahoma 2,600,115 29
Oregon 3,033,038 25
Pennsylvania 10,134,483 5
Rhode Island 828,362 42
South Carolina 2,920,849 26
South Dakota 692,070 44
Tennessee 4,790,516 17
Texas 11,525,623 3
Utah 2,236,054 32
Vermont 591,160 46
Virginia 5,201,425 13
Washington 4,944,148 15
West Virginia 1,696,258 35
Wisconsin 4,786,662 18
Wyoming 462,518 48

Symbol
X Not applicable.

Source: U.S. Census Bureau,
"Estimates of the Resident Population by Race and Hispanic Origin for
the United States and States:  July 1, 2008 (SC-EST2008-04)";
published 14 May 2009;
http://www.census.gov/popest/data/historical/2000s/vintage_2008/state.html.
See Table 19, Statistical Abstract of the United States, 2010.

For more information:
Population Estimates