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Hispanics in the United States

A presentation that highlights past, present and future trends of the Hispanic population. Released in 2008, created with data from 2006 and earlier.

Hispanics in the United States 2006 
  • Presentation [PPT - 3.2M] [PDF - 3.0M]
  • Hispanic Population: 2000 to 2006 [XLS - 14K] [CSV - 1K]
  • Hispanic population in the United States: 1970 to 2050 [XLS - 15K] [CSV - 1K]
  • Percent Change in Hispanic or Latino Population: 2000 to 2006 
    • by County [XLS - 247K] [CSV - 93K]
    • by Region [XLS - 14K] [CSV - 1K]
    • by States [XLS - 16K] [CSV - 2K]
  • Percent Hispanic and Their Contributions to Annual Components of Change: 2000 to 2006 [XLS - 15K] [CSV - 1K]
  • Percent of the Population Hispanic or Latino 
    • 1980 [XLS - 401K] [CSV - 59K]
    • 1990 [XLS - 421K] [CSV - 59K]
    • 2000 [XLS - 253K] [CSV - 100K]
    • 2006 [XLS - 260K] [CSV - 90K]
  • Results from the 2006 American Community Survey [XLS - 19K] [CSV - 3K]

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Source: U.S. Census Bureau | Hispanic Origin |  Last Revised: 2012-08-15T17:43:07.565-04:00