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1 Table 1 Population, by Race and Ethnicity: 2000 and 2011 Universe: 2000 and 2011 resident population 2011 population 2000 population Percent, 2011 Percent, 2000 Hispanic 51,927,158 35,204, Native born 33,138,858 21,072, Foreign born 18,788,300 14,132, White alone, not Hispanic 197,098, ,527, Black alone, not Hispanic 38,203,000 33,706, Asian alone, not Hispanic 14,858,375 10,088, Other, not Hispanic 9,504,723 7,895, Total 311,591, ,421, Note: "Other, not Hispanic" includes persons reporting single races not listed separately and persons reporting more than one race. Source: Pew Hispanic Center tabulations of 2000 Census (5% IPUMS) and 2011 American Community Survey (1% IPUMS)

2 Table 2 Population Change, by Race and Ethnicity: 2000 and 2011 Universe: 2000 and 2011 resident population 2011 population 2000 population Change, Percent change, Share of total change (%) Hispanic 51,927,158 35,204,480 16,722, Native born 33,138,858 21,072,230 12,066, Foreign born 18,788,300 14,132,250 4,656, White alone, not Hispanic 197,098, ,527,123 2,571, Black alone, not Hispanic 38,203,000 33,706,554 4,496, Asian alone, not Hispanic 14,858,375 10,088,521 4,769, Other, not Hispanic 9,504,723 7,895,228 1,609, Total 311,591, ,421,906 30,170, Note: "Other, not Hispanic" includes persons reporting single races not listed separately and persons reporting more than one race. Source: Pew Hispanic Center tabulations of 2000 Census (5% IPUMS) and 2011 American Community Survey (1% IPUMS)

3 Table 3 Racial Self-Identification Among Hispanics and Non-Hispanics: 2011 Universe: 2011 resident population TOTAL HISPANIC NOT HISPANIC Number Percent Number Percent Number Percent One race 302,871, ,620, ,251, White 230,879, ,780, ,098, Black or African American 39,244, ,041, ,203, American Indian and Alaska Native 2,522, , ,076, Asian 15,027, , ,858, Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander 494, , , Some Other Race 14,703, ,149, , Two or More Races 8,720, ,306, ,413, Total 311,591, ,927, ,664,

4 Table 4 Hispanic Population, by Nativity: 2000 and 2011 Universe: 2000 and 2011 Hispanic resident population 2011 population 2000 population Percent, 2011 Percent, 2000 Native born 33,138,858 21,072, Foreign born 18,788,300 14,132, Citizen 5,766,391 3,917, Non-citizen 13,021,909 10,214, Total 51,927,158 35,204, Source: Pew Hispanic Center tabulations of 2000 Census (5% IPUMS) and 2011 American Community Survey (1% IPUMS)

5 Table 5 Change in the Hispanic Population, by Nativity: 2000 and 2011 Universe: 2000 and 2011 Hispanic resident population 2011 population 2000 population Change, Percent change, Share of total change (%) Native born 33,138,858 21,072,230 12,066, Foreign born 18,788,300 14,132,250 4,656, Total 51,927,158 35,204,480 16,722, Source: Pew Hispanic Center tabulations of 2000 Census (5% IPUMS) and 2011 American Community Survey (1% IPUMS)

6 Table 6 STATISTICAL PORTRAIT OF HISPANICS IN THE UNITED STATES, 2011 Detailed Hispanic Origin: 2011 Hispanic populations are listed in descending order of population size Universe: 2011 Hispanic resident population Number Percent Mexican 33,539, Puerto Rican 4,916, Salvadoran 1,952, Cuban 1,888, All Other Spanish/Hispanic/Latino 1,666, Dominican 1,528, Guatemalan 1,215, Colombian 989, Spaniard 707, Honduran 702, Ecuadorian 644, Peruvian 556, Nicaraguan 395, Venezuelan 258, Argentinian 242, Panamanian 180, Chilean 148, Costa Rican 127, Bolivian 114, Uruguayan 60, Other Central American 40, Other South American 28, Paraguayan 22,876 <0.05 Total 51,927, Note: Hispanic origin is based on self-described ancestry, lineage, heritage, nationality group or country of birth. Source: Pew Hispanic Center tabulations of 2011 American Community Survey (1% IPUMS)

7 Table 7 Nativity, by Detailed Hispanic Origin: 2011 Hispanic populations are listed in descending order of total population size Universe: 2011 Hispanic resident population Total Native born Foreign born Percent foreign born Mexican 33,539,187 21,887,768 11,651, Puerto Rican 4,916,250 4,865,231 51, Salvadoran 1,952, ,085 1,168, Cuban 1,888, ,362 1,087, All Other Spanish/Hispanic/Latino 1,666,637 1,407, , Dominican 1,528, , , Guatemalan 1,215, , , Colombian 989, , , Spaniard 707, ,287 94, Honduran 702, , , Ecuadorian 644, , , Peruvian 556, , , Nicaraguan 395, , , Venezuelan 258,791 81, , Argentinian 242,221 91, , Panamanian 180,471 96,415 84, Chilean 148,532 58,967 89, Costa Rican 127,652 60,638 67, Bolivian 114,094 36,457 77, Uruguayan 60,764 21,268 39, Other Central American 40,001 13,418 26, Other South American 28,719 13,188 15, Paraguayan 22,876 8,949 13, Total 51,927,158 33,138,858 18,788,

8 Table 8 Race and Ethnicity, by Sex and Age: 2011 Universe: 2011 resident population Male Percent of all Hispanics HISPANIC Female Percent of all Hispanics Male WHITE ALONE, NOT HISPANIC white non- Hispanics Female Percent of all white non-hispanics Younger than 18 8,873, ,512, ,120, ,063, and older 17,462, ,078, ,839, ,075, Younger than 5 2,617, ,523, ,171, ,929, to 9 2,493, ,393, ,496, ,262, to 14 2,375, ,282, ,811, ,449, to 19 2,376, ,229, ,196, ,852, to 24 2,383, ,104, ,420, ,192, to 29 2,254, ,016, ,178, ,059, to 34 2,207, ,005, ,927, ,828, to 39 2,020, ,926, ,777, ,721, to 44 1,836, ,767, ,591, ,545, to 49 1,597, ,560, ,319, ,380, to 54 1,270, ,288, ,845, ,994, to , ,009, ,203, ,502, to , , ,603, ,939, to , , ,775, ,189, to , , ,490, ,011, to , , ,616, ,255, to , , ,942, ,829, to 89 66, , ,097, ,957, and older 34, , , ,235, Total 26,335, ,591, ,959, ,139,

9 Table 9 STATISTICAL PORTRAIT OF HISPANICS IN THE UNITED STATES, 2011 Median Age in Years, by Sex, Race and Ethnicity: 2011 Universe: 2011 resident population All Male Female Hispanic Native born Foreign born White alone, not Hispanic Black alone, not Hispanic Asian alone, not Hispanic Other, not Hispanic All Note: "Other, not Hispanic" includes persons reporting single races not listed separately and persons reporting more than one race Source: Pew Hispanic Center tabulations of 2011 American Community Survey (1% IPUMS)

10 Table 10 Hispanic Nativity Groups, by Sex and Age: 2011 Universe: 2011 Hispanic resident population Male FOREIGN BORN Percent of all Hispanics Female Percent of all Hispanics Male Percent of all Hispanics NATIVE BORN Female Percent of all Hispanics Younger than , , ,216, ,901, and older 9,052, ,467, ,409, ,611, Younger than 5 41, , ,576, ,487, to 9 118, , ,374, ,283, to , , ,104, ,030, to , , ,933, ,853, to , , ,577, ,505, to 29 1,083, , ,171, ,139, to 34 1,240, ,042, , , to 39 1,231, ,127, , , to 44 1,156, ,072, , , to , , , , to , , , , to , , , , to , , , , to , , , , to , , , , to , , , , to 84 73, , , , to 89 33, , , , and older 20, , ,484 < , Total 9,709, ,078, ,625, ,512,

11 Table 10a Age and Gender Distributions for Race, Ethnicity and Nativity Groups: 2011 Universe: 2011 resident population Age (years) HISPANIC Age (years) WHITE ALONE, NOT HISPANIC 90 and older 85 to to 84 Females Males 90 and older 85 to to 84 Females Males 75 to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to 14 5 to 9 5 to 9 Younger than 5 Younger than Source: Pew Hispanic Center tabulations of 2010 American Community Survey (1% IPUMS) Percent Percent Age (years) FOREIGN-BORN HISPANIC Age (years) NATIVE-BORN HISPANIC 90 and older 85 to 89 Females Males 90 and older 85 to 89 Females Males 80 to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to 14 5 to 9 5 to 9 Younger than 5 Younger than Percent Percent

12 Hispanic Younger than to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to and older 0.1 Foreign-born Younger than to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to and older 0.1

13 Table 11 Fertility in the Past Year, by Race and Ethnicity: 2011 Universe: 2011 resident population defined for women ages 15 to 44 Women giving birth in past year Percent of women giving birth in past year Share of total births in past year Hispanic 932, Native born 482, Foreign born 449, White alone, not Hispanic 2,167, Black alone, not Hispanic 556, Asian alone, not Hispanic 236, Other, not Hispanic 138, Total 4,031, Note: "Other, not Hispanic" includes persons reporting single races not listed separately and persons reporting more than one race.

14 Table 12 Fertility in the Past Year, by Marital Status, Race and Ethnicity: 2011 Universe: 2011 resident population defined for women ages 15 to 44 giving birth in the last 12 months WOMEN GIVING BIRTH IN PAST YEAR All Unmarried Percent unmarried Hispanic 932, , Native born 482, , Foreign born 449, , White alone, not Hispanic 2,167, , Black alone, not Hispanic 556, , Asian alone, not Hispanic 236,655 27, Other, not Hispanic 138,554 71, Total 4,031,224 1,544, Notes: Unmarried women includes those who were never married or are divorced, separated or widowed. "Other, not Hispanic" includes persons reporting single races not listed separately and persons reporting more than one race.

15 Table 13 STATISTICAL PORTRAIT OF THE HISPANIC POPULATION IN THE UNITED STATES, 2011 Hispanic Population, by State: 2011 States and D.C. are listed in descending order of number of Hispanic residents in 2011 Universe: 2011 resident population Hispanic population Total population Percent Hispanic California 14,358,393 37,691, Texas 9,794,237 25,674, Florida 4,353,748 19,057, New York 3,497,332 19,465, Illinois 2,077,841 12,869, Arizona 1,949,762 6,482, New Jersey 1,599,202 8,821, Colorado 1,070,869 5,116, New Mexico 972,204 2,082, Georgia 879,858 9,815, North Carolina 828,210 9,656, Washington 789,769 6,830, Pennsylvania 750,469 12,742, Nevada 738,295 2,723, Massachusetts 649,624 6,587, Virginia 648,663 8,096, Connecticut 494,366 3,580, Maryland 488,943 5,828, Oregon 466,316 3,871, Michigan 447,042 9,876, Indiana 396,637 6,516, Utah 372,839 2,817, Ohio 362,308 11,544, Oklahoma 346,891 3,791, Wisconsin 343,671 5,711, Kansas 307,298 2,871, Tennessee 296,266 6,403, Minnesota 256,603 5,344, South Carolina 240,884 4,679, Missouri 214,492 6,010, Louisiana 197,132 4,574, Arkansas 190,192 2,937, Alabama 186,209 4,802, Idaho 181,682 1,584, Nebraska 173,909 1,842, Iowa 153,605 3,062, Rhode Island 134,836 1,051, Kentucky 132,267 4,369, Hawaii 125,503 1,374, Mississippi 81,088 2,978, Delaware 76, , District of Columbia 58, , Wyoming 51, , Alaska 41, , New Hampshire 37,220 1,318, Montana 29, , South Dakota 23, , West Virginia 21,127 1,855, North Dakota 14, , Maine 14,822 1,328, Vermont 8, , Total 51,927, ,591, Source: Pew Hispanic Center tabulations of 2011 American Community Survey (1% IPUMS)

16 Table 14 STATISTICAL PORTRAIT OF THE HISPANIC POPULATION IN THE UNITED STATES, 2011 Change in the Hispanic Population, by State: 2000 and 2011 States and D.C. are listed in descending order of number of Hispanic residents in 2011 Universe: 2000 and 2011 Hispanic resident population Change, Percent change, California 14,358,393 10,928,470 3,429, Texas 9,794,237 6,653,338 3,140, Florida 4,353,748 2,673,654 1,680, New York 3,497,332 2,854, , Illinois 2,077,841 1,527, , Arizona 1,949,762 1,292, , New Jersey 1,599,202 1,117, , Colorado 1,070, , , New Mexico 972, , , Georgia 879, , , North Carolina 828, , , Washington 789, , , Pennsylvania 750, , , Nevada 738, , , Massachusetts 649, , , Virginia 648, , , Connecticut 494, , , Maryland 488, , , Oregon 466, , , Michigan 447, , , Indiana 396, , , Utah 372, , , Ohio 362, , , Oklahoma 346, , , Wisconsin 343, , , Kansas 307, , , Tennessee 296, , , Minnesota 256, , , South Carolina 240,884 94, , Missouri 214, ,235 96, Louisiana 197, ,634 85, Arkansas 190,192 85, , Alabama 186,209 72, , Idaho 181, ,271 81, Nebraska 173,909 92,836 81, Iowa 153,605 80,204 73, Rhode Island 134,836 89,870 44, Kentucky 132,267 56,922 75, Hawaii 125,503 87,853 37, Mississippi 81,088 37,301 43, Delaware 76,189 37,811 38, District of Columbia 58,478 44,092 14, Wyoming 51,925 29,751 22, Alaska 41,928 25,742 16, New Hampshire 37,220 21,536 15, Montana 29,576 18,568 11, South Dakota 23,158 10,101 13, West Virginia 21,127 12,925 8, North Dakota 14,952 7,429 7, Maine 14,822 10,718 4, Vermont 8,328 5,260 3, Total 51,927,158 35,204,480 16,722, Source: Pew Hispanic Center tabulations of 2000 Census (5% IPUMS) and 2011 American Community Survey (1% IPUMS)

17 Table 15 STATISTICAL PORTRAIT OF HISPANICS IN THE UNITED STATES, 2011 Distribution of Hispanics Across States: 2000 and 2011 Top 10 states are listed in descending order of their share of the Hispanic population in 2011 Universe: 2000 and 2011 Hispanic resident population Percent, 2011 Percent, 2000 Change, California Texas Florida New York Illinois Arizona New Jersey Colorado New Mexico Georgia Other states Total Source: Pew Hispanic Center tabulations of 2000 Census (5% IPUMS) and 2011 American Community Survey (1% IPUMS)

18 Table 16 Marital Status, by Race and Ethnicity: 2011 Universe: 2011 resident population ages 15 and older Now married Separated Divorced Widowed Never married Total Hispanic 16,153,914 1,329,514 3,106,005 1,235,405 15,416,755 37,241,593 Native born 6,363, ,394 1,730, ,992 10,089,537 19,281,562 Foreign born 9,790, ,120 1,375, ,413 5,327,218 17,960,031 White alone, not Hispanic 86,777,024 2,693,812 19,527,989 11,261,733 44,715, ,976,555 Black alone, not Hispanic 8,613,491 1,297,367 3,589,329 1,776,269 14,568,166 29,844,622 Asian alone, not Hispanic 7,113, , , ,895 3,806,705 12,224,435 Other, not Hispanic 2,254, , , ,920 2,792,576 6,147,477 Total 120,911,944 5,634,634 27,537,683 15,050,222 81,300, ,434,682 PERCENT DISTRIBUTION Hispanic Native born Foreign born White alone, not Hispanic Black alone, not Hispanic Asian alone, not Hispanic Other, not Hispanic All Note: "Other, not Hispanic" includes persons reporting single races not listed separately and persons reporting more than one race.

19 Table 17 Persons, by Household Type, Race and Ethnicity: 2011 Universe: 2011 household population Married couple FAMILY HOUSEHOLD Female householder Male householder Non-family household Hispanic 29,158,959 11,991,171 5,167,360 4,649,420 50,966,910 Native born 18,173,236 8,675,794 2,918,693 2,694,918 32,462,641 Foreign born 10,985,723 3,315,377 2,248,667 1,954,502 18,504,269 White alone, not Hispanic 124,411,453 22,392,887 9,674,998 35,925, ,404,758 Black alone, not Hispanic 13,078,964 14,609,833 2,707,308 6,043,358 36,439,463 Asian alone, not Hispanic 10,498,541 1,481, ,155 1,752,442 14,560,921 Other, not Hispanic 4,948,978 2,356, ,623 1,144,239 9,213,531 Total 182,096,895 52,832,365 19,141,444 49,514, ,585,583 Total PERCENT DISTRIBUTION Hispanic Native born Foreign born White alone, not Hispanic Black alone, not Hispanic Asian alone, not Hispanic Other, not Hispanic All Note: "Other, not Hispanic" includes persons reporting single races not listed separately and persons reporting more than one race. The household population excludes persons living in institutions, college dormitories and other group quarters.

20 Table 18 Households, by Family Size, Race and Ethnicity: 2011 Universe: 2011 family households Two-person families Three- or fourperson families Five-person families or more Total Hispanic 2,870,130 4,893,479 2,812,840 10,576,449 Native born 1,601,575 2,176, ,416 4,727,360 Foreign born 1,268,555 2,717,110 1,863,424 5,849,089 White alone, not Hispanic 26,859,969 19,830,621 5,266,348 51,956,938 Black alone, not Hispanic 3,535,515 3,771,538 1,262,371 8,569,424 Asian alone, not Hispanic 1,077,564 1,732, ,084 3,419,493 Other, not Hispanic 626, , ,426 1,617,701 Total 34,970,013 30,936,923 10,233,069 76,140,005 PERCENT DISTRIBUTION Hispanic Native born Foreign born White alone, not Hispanic Black alone, not Hispanic Asian alone, not Hispanic Other, not Hispanic All Note: "Other, not Hispanic" includes persons reporting single races not listed separately and persons reporting more than one race. The household population excludes persons living in institutions, college dormitories and other group quarters. Households are classified by the race or ethnicity of the household head.

21 Table 19 Living Arrangements of Children, by Race and Ethnicity: 2011 Universe: 2011 resident population ages 17 and younger Parent householder Grandparent householder Other Total Hispanic 14,817,106 1,492,847 1,076,290 17,386,243 Native born 13,753,826 1,436, ,288 16,117,421 Foreign born 1,063,280 56, ,002 1,268,822 White alone, not Hispanic 35,901,513 2,153,612 1,128,467 39,183,592 Black alone, not Hispanic 8,287,300 1,278, ,810 10,201,441 Asian alone, not Hispanic 2,894, , ,190 3,168,885 Other, not Hispanic 3,307, , ,850 3,910,534 Total 65,207,834 5,477,254 3,165,607 73,850,695 PERCENT DISTRIBUTION Hispanic Native born Foreign born White alone, not Hispanic Black alone, not Hispanic Asian alone, not Hispanic Other, not Hispanic All Note: "Other, not Hispanic" includes persons reporting single races not listed separately and persons reporting more than one race. The household population excludes persons living in institutions, college dormitories and other group quarters.

22 Table 20 Language Spoken at Home and English-Speaking Ability, by Age, Race and Ethnicity: 2011 Universe: 2011 resident population ages 5 and older 5 TO AND OLDER LANGUAGE OTHER THAN ONLY ENGLISH AT HOME LANGUAGE OTHER THAN ONLY ENGLISH AT HOME Only English English spoken spoken at home very well English spoken less than very well Total Only English English spoken spoken at home very well English spoken less than very well Total Hispanic 4,346,832 6,154,708 1,743,481 12,245,021 7,480,325 12,896,208 14,164,382 34,540,915 Native born 4,288,168 5,403,904 1,361,913 11,053,985 6,696,927 8,364,003 1,960,507 17,021,437 Foreign born 58, , ,568 1,191, ,398 4,532,205 12,203,875 17,519,478 White alone, not Hispanic 27,373,697 1,373, ,902 29,082, ,830,978 6,367,031 2,717, ,915,071 Black alone, not Hispanic 7,029, ,477 90,116 7,490,916 25,940,693 1,349, ,801 28,001,559 Asian alone, not Hispanic 854,524 1,119, ,174 2,333,888 2,354,694 4,639,003 4,695,793 11,689,490 Other, not Hispanic 2,337, ,107 54,816 2,674,066 4,375, , ,865 5,594,189 Total 41,941,519 9,301,301 2,583,489 53,826, ,981,804 26,087,517 22,671, ,741,224 PERCENT DISTRIBUTION Hispanic Native born Foreign born White alone, not Hispanic Black alone, not Hispanic Asian alone, not Hispanic Other, not Hispanic All Note: "Other, not Hispanic" includes persons reporting single races not listed separately and persons reporting more than one race.

23 Table 21 Language Spoken at Home and English-Speaking Ability Among Foreign-Born Hispanics, by Date of Arrival and Age: 2011 Universe: 2011 foreign-born Hispanic resident population ages 5 and older Date of arrival Only English spoken at home English spoken very well 5 TO 17 LANGUAGE OTHER THAN ONLY ENGLISH AT HOME English spoken less than very well Total Only English spoken at home English spoken very well 18 AND OLDER LANGUAGE OTHER THAN ONLY ENGLISH AT HOME English spoken less than very well Before ,929 2,154,770 4,092,007 6,657, to , ,746 31, , ,989 1,414,654 3,592,011 5,197, to , , , , , ,323 2,903,557 3,724, and later 15, , , ,389 65, ,458 1,616,300 1,940,058 Total 58, , ,568 1,191, ,398 4,532,205 12,203,875 17,519,478 Total PERCENT DISTRIBUTION Before to to and later Total

24 Table 22 Educational Attainment, by Race and Ethnicity: 2011 Universe: 2011 resident population ages 25 and older Less than 9th grade 9th to 12th grade High school graduate Some college College graduate Total Hispanic 6,174,532 4,208,646 7,581,084 6,423,613 3,759,124 28,146,999 Native born 983,423 1,551,570 3,674,845 4,045,538 2,156,173 12,411,549 Foreign born 5,191,109 2,657,076 3,906,239 2,378,075 1,602,951 15,735,450 White alone, not Hispanic 3,918,849 8,592,123 40,832,810 42,286,138 44,684, ,313,960 Black alone, not Hispanic 1,142,205 2,917,892 7,374,087 7,633,297 4,374,456 23,441,937 Asian alone, not Hispanic 885, ,591 1,579,238 1,975,741 5,124,183 10,187,633 Other, not Hispanic 214, ,190 1,218,560 1,555,112 1,054,309 4,442,206 Total 12,335,501 16,741,442 58,585,779 59,873,901 58,996, ,532,735 PERCENT DISTRIBUTION Hispanic Native born Foreign born White alone, not Hispanic Black alone, not Hispanic Asian alone, not Hispanic Other, not Hispanic All Notes: "High school graduate" includes persons who have attained a high school diploma or its equivalent, such as a General Educational Development (GED) certificate. "College graduate" includes only persons who have attained a bachelor's degree or more. "Other, not Hispanic" includes persons reporting single races not listed separately and persons reporting more than one race.

25 Table 23 Educational Attainment of Foreign-Born Hispanics: 2000 and 2011 Universe: 2000 and 2011 foreign-born Hispanic resident population ages 25 and older 2011 population 2000 population Percent, 2011 Percent, 2000 Less than 9th grade 5,191,109 4,048, th to 12th grade 2,657,076 2,131, High school graduate 3,906,239 1,835, Some college 2,378,075 1,411, College graduate 1,602, , Total 15,735,450 10,288, Note: "High school graduate" includes persons who have attained a high school diploma or its equivalent, such as a General Educational Development (GED) certificate. "College graduate" includes only persons who have attained a bachelor's degree or more. Source: Pew Hispanic Center tabulations of 2000 Census (5% IPUMS) and 2011 American Community Survey (1% IPUMS)

26 Table 24 School Enrollment, by Race and Ethnicity: 2000 and 2011 Universe: 2000 and 2011 resident population ages 3 through 4 ENROLLED IN SCHOOL Hispanic 842, , Native born 823, , Foreign born 19,022 34, White alone, not Hispanic 2,124,666 2,320, Black alone, not Hispanic 602, , Asian alone, not Hispanic 195, , Other, not Hispanic 239, , Total 4,004,213 3,800, Universe: 2000 and 2011 resident population ages 5 through 17 ENROLLED IN SCHOOL ENROLLMENT RATE ENROLLMENT RATE Hispanic 11,853,369 8,160, Native born 10,734,216 6,801, Foreign born 1,119,153 1,358, White alone, not Hispanic 28,227,964 31,949, Black alone, not Hispanic 7,235,797 7,590, Asian alone, not Hispanic 2,279,274 1,718, Other, not Hispanic 2,582,238 1,977, Total 52,178,642 51,395, Notes: School enrollment consists of both private and public schools. "Other, not Hispanic" includes persons reporting single races not listed separately and persons reporting more than one race. Source: Pew Hispanic Center tabulations of 2000 Census (5% IPUMS) and 2011 American Community Survey (1% IPUMS)

27 Table 25 High School Dropouts, by Race and Ethnicity: 2000 and 2011 Universe: 2000 and 2011 resident population ages 16 through 19 NUMBER OF DROPOUTS DROPOUT RATE Hispanic 292, , Native born 189, , Foreign born 102, , White alone, not Hispanic 362, , Black alone, not Hispanic 174, , Asian alone, not Hispanic 10,957 22, Other, not Hispanic 38,366 60, Total 878,884 1,577, Notes: Dropouts are people not enrolled in school and who have not attained a high school diploma or an equivalent credential, such as a General Education Development (GED) certificate. "Other, not Hispanic" includes persons reporting single races not listed separately and persons reporting more than one race. Source: Pew Hispanic Center tabulations of 2000 Census (5% IPUMS) and 2011 American Community Survey (1% IPUMS)

28 Table 26 College Enrollment, by Race and Ethnicity: 2000 and 2011 Universe: 2000 and 2011 resident population ages 18 through 24 ENROLLED IN COLLEGE Hispanic 2,106, , Native born 1,744, , Foreign born 361, , White alone, not Hispanic 8,263,801 6,317, Black alone, not Hispanic 1,694,904 1,004, Asian alone, not Hispanic 994, , Other, not Hispanic 477, , Total 13,537,830 9,192, Universe: 2000 and 2011 resident population ages 25 and older ENROLLED IN COLLEGE ENROLLMENT RATE ENROLLMENT RATE Hispanic 1,334, , Native born 863, , Foreign born 470, , White alone, not Hispanic 5,946,753 5,237, Black alone, not Hispanic 1,864,641 1,170, Asian alone, not Hispanic 742, , Other, not Hispanic 350, , Total 10,237,956 8,208, Note: "Other, not Hispanic" includes persons reporting single races not listed separately and persons reporting more than one race. Source: Pew Hispanic Center tabulations of 2000 Census (5% IPUMS) and 2011 American Community Survey (1% IPUMS)

29 Table 27 Occupation, by Race and Ethnicity: 2011 Universe: 2011 resident population ages 16 and older who worked in the past five years Occupation Group Total Native born Foreign born White alone Black alone Asian alone Other Management and business 1,961,068 1,236, ,670 18,091,045 1,818,127 1,325, ,551 23,658,986 Science and engineering 560, , ,633 5,994, ,635 1,157, ,331 8,432,243 Legal, community and social services 417, , ,975 3,394, , , ,124 4,720,976 Education, arts and media 1,296, , ,527 10,772,036 1,234, , ,419 14,280,746 Health care 1,270, , ,075 8,991,294 2,030, , ,260 13,564,814 Food preparation and serving 2,439,524 1,005,189 1,434,335 6,569,112 1,382, , ,172 11,366,646 Cleaning and maintenance 2,558, ,761 1,931,371 3,816,749 1,235, , ,468 8,040,426 Other services 1,562, , ,132 6,841,927 1,744, , ,121 11,041,754 Sales 2,754,229 1,769, ,682 14,034,309 2,106,800 1,010, ,894 20,403,570 Office and administrative support Farming, fishing and forestry 3,407,182 2,351,039 1,056,143 16,901,445 3,207, , ,807 25,148, , , , ,043 72,165 24,644 31,754 1,589,456 Construction and extraction 2,515, ,595 1,759,031 6,305, , , ,608 9,891,820 Installation, repair and production Transportation and material moving 3,191,947 1,199,053 1,992,894 10,819,642 1,829, , ,666 16,944,082 2,242, ,396 1,256,036 6,847,979 1,925, , ,762 11,606,106 Military 71,613 62,363 9, ,721 77,299 19,336 23, ,680 Unemployed, no work experience in past five years HISPANIC NON-HISPANIC 630, , ,233 1,097, , , ,549 2,649,725 Total 27,623,299 13,847,660 13,775, ,626,910 21,209,967 9,007,954 4,495, ,963,327 TOTAL PERCENT DISTRIBUTION Management and business Science and engineering Legal, community and social services Education, arts and media Health care Food preparation and serving Cleaning and maintenance Other services Sales Office and administrative support Farming, fishing and forestry Construction and extraction Installation, repair and production Transportation and material moving Military Unemployed, no work experience in past five years Total

30 Table 28 Detailed Occupation, by Race and Ethnicity: 2011 Universe: 2011 resident population ages 16 and older who worked in the past five years Occupation Group Total Native born Foreign born White alone Black alone Asian alone Other Management 1,329, , ,261 12,225,448 1,109, , ,381 15,736,270 Business operations 352, , ,726 3,066, , ,257 93,063 4,136,526 Financial 279, ,027 96,683 2,798, , ,306 66,107 3,786,190 Computer and mathematical 249, ,632 75,896 2,703, , ,525 92,213 4,004,560 Architecture and engineering 213, ,430 74,675 2,235, , ,743 55,312 2,963,925 Life, physical and social sciences 98,017 61,955 36,062 1,055,645 81, ,337 33,806 1,463,758 Community and social services 281, ,225 85,131 1,872, ,136 92,463 74,738 2,832,522 Legal 136, ,520 30,844 1,521, ,874 76,597 34,386 1,888,454 Education, training and library 964, , ,239 8,081,123 1,004, , ,365 10,758,376 Arts, design, entertainment, sports and media Health care practitioners and technical 332, , ,288 2,690, , ,310 90,054 3,522, , , ,094 6,512, , , ,755 8,944,984 Health care support 672, , ,981 2,478,391 1,129, , ,505 4,619,830 Protective service 515, , ,264 2,566, ,299 76, ,295 4,000,480 Food preparation and serving 2,439,524 1,005,189 1,434,335 6,569,112 1,382, , ,172 11,366,646 Building and grounds cleaning and maintenance 2,558, ,761 1,931,371 3,816,749 1,235, , ,468 8,040,426 Personal care and service 1,046, , ,868 4,275,369 1,024, , ,826 7,041,274 Sales 2,754,229 1,769, ,682 14,034,309 2,106,800 1,010, ,894 20,403,570 Office and administrative support 3,407,182 2,351,039 1,056,143 16,901,445 3,207, , ,807 25,148,297 Farming, fishing and forestry 742, , , ,043 72,165 24,644 31,754 1,589,456 Construction trades 2,466, ,882 1,739,974 6,101, , , ,444 9,617,545 Extraction workers 48,770 29,713 19, ,792 13,890 1,659 6, ,275 Installation, maintenance and repair workers 905, , ,686 4,178, , , ,226 5,833,257 Production 2,286, ,353 1,523,208 6,641,204 1,367, , ,440 11,110,825 Transportation and material moving 2,242, ,396 1,256,036 6,847,979 1,925, , ,762 11,606,106 Military 71,613 62,363 9, ,721 77,299 19,336 23, ,680 Unemployed, no work experience in past five years HISPANIC NON-HISPANIC 630, , ,233 1,097, , , ,549 2,649,725 Total 27,623,299 13,847,660 13,775, ,626,910 21,209,967 9,007,954 4,495, ,963,327 TOTAL PERCENT DISTRIBUTION Management Business operations Financial Computer and mathematical Architecture and engineering Life, physical and social sciences Community and social services Legal Education, training and library Arts, design, entertainment, sports and media Health care practitioners and technical Health care support Protective service Food preparation and serving Building and grounds cleaning and maintenance Personal care and service Sales Office and administrative support Farming, fishing and forestry Construction trades Extraction workers < Installation, maintenance and repair workers Production Transportation and material moving Military Unemployed, no work experience in past five years Total

31 Table 29 Industry, by Race and Ethnicity: 2011 Universe: 2011 resident population ages 16 and older who worked in the past five years Occupation Group Total Native born Foreign born White alone Black alone Asian alone Other Agriculture, forestry, fishing and mining 967, , ,296 2,410, ,495 47,310 74,491 3,631,127 Utilities 144, ,813 42,241 1,090, ,549 37,432 30,796 1,441,762 Construction 2,668, ,294 1,848,276 8,050, , , ,588 11,902,016 Manufacturing - durable and nondurable goods HISPANIC NON-HISPANIC TOTAL 2,847,387 1,098,894 1,748,493 12,405,250 1,833,924 1,082, ,305 18,493,198 Wholesale and retail trade, transportation and warehousing Information and communications Finance, insurance, real estate, and rental and leasing 5,121,547 2,923,489 2,198,058 22,360,735 3,956,012 1,544, ,493 33,825, , , ,870 2,605, , ,115 87,292 3,724,153 1,240, , ,438 7,996,332 1,052, , ,168 11,115,021 Business services 2,965,536 1,331,137 1,634,399 12,917,350 2,049,931 1,162, ,767 19,536,463 Educational, health and social services 4,335,715 2,775,122 1,560,593 27,047,611 5,607,380 2,109, ,177 40,056,092 Arts, entertainment, recreation, accommodations and food services 3,668,780 1,677,324 1,991,456 11,185,843 2,176,478 1,046, ,918 18,678,795 Other services (except public administration) 1,595, , ,128 5,882, , , ,680 9,109,637 Public administration 898, , ,004 5,802,239 1,368, , ,478 8,655,333 Active-duty military 137, ,985 15, , ,103 35,672 46,495 1,144,329 Unemployed, no work experience in past five years 630, , ,233 1,097, , , ,549 2,649,725 Total 27,623,299 13,847,660 13,775, ,626,910 21,209,967 9,007,954 4,495, ,963,327 PERCENT DISTRIBUTION Agriculture, forestry, fishing and mining Utilities Construction Manufacturing - durable and nondurable goods Wholesale and retail trade, transportation and warehousing Information and communications Finance, insurance, real estate, and rental and leasing Business services Educational, health and social services Arts, entertainment, recreation, accommodations and food services Other services (except public administration) Public administration Active-duty military Unemployed, no work experience in past five years Total

32 Table 30 Detailed Industry, by Race and Ethnicity: 2011 Universe: 2011 resident population ages 16 and older who worked in the past five years Occupation Group Total Native born Foreign born White alone Black alone Asian alone Other Agriculture, forestry, fishing and hunting 840, , ,510 1,715,285 88,921 36,460 53,598 2,734,341 Mining 127,136 82,350 44, ,333 42,574 10,850 20, ,786 Utilities 144, ,813 42,241 1,090, ,549 37,432 30,796 1,441,762 Construction 2,668, ,294 1,848,276 8,050, , , ,588 11,902,016 Manufacturing - nondurable goods Manufacturing - durable goods 1,406, , ,285 4,522, , , ,570 7,262,236 1,441, , ,208 7,883, , , ,735 11,230,962 Wholesale trade 820, , ,717 3,284, , ,228 81,345 4,774,663 Retail trade 3,230,844 1,991,277 1,239,567 14,638,130 2,384,525 1,008, ,918 21,849,011 Transportation and warehousing Information and communications Finance, insurance, real estate, and rental and leasing HISPANIC NON-HISPANIC TOTAL 1,070, , ,774 4,438,240 1,225, , ,230 7,202, , , ,870 2,605, , ,115 87,292 3,724,153 1,240, , ,438 7,996,332 1,052, , ,168 11,115,021 Professional, scientific, management, administrative, and waste management services Educational, health and social services Arts, entertainment, recreation, accommodations, and food services 2,965,536 1,331,137 1,634,399 12,917,350 2,049,931 1,162, ,767 19,536,463 4,335,715 2,775,122 1,560,593 27,047,611 5,607,380 2,109, ,177 40,056,092 3,668,780 1,677,324 1,991,456 11,185,843 2,176,478 1,046, ,918 18,678,795 Other services (except public administration) 1,595, , ,128 5,882, , , ,680 9,109,637 Public administration 898, , ,004 5,802,239 1,368, , ,478 8,655,333 Active duty military 137, ,985 15, , ,103 35,672 46,495 1,144,329 Unemployed, no work experience in past five years 630, , ,233 1,097, , , ,549 2,649,725 Total 27,623,299 13,847,660 13,775, ,626,910 21,209,967 9,007,954 4,495, ,963,327 PERCENT DISTRIBUTION Agriculture, forestry, fishing and hunting Mining Utilities Construction Manufacturing - nondurable goods Manufacturing - durable goods Wholesale trade Retail trade Transportation and warehousing Information and communications Finance, insurance, real estate, and rental and leasing Professional, scientific, management, administrative, and waste management services Educational, health and social services Arts, entertainment, recreation, accommodations, and food services Other services (except public administration) Public administration Active duty military Unemployed, no work experience in past five years Total

33 Table 31 Persons, by Personal Earnings, Race and Ethnicity: 2011 Universe: 2011 resident population ages 16 and older with positive earnings Less than $20,000 $20,000 to $49,999 $50,000 or more Total Hispanic 11,266,329 9,340,719 3,491,561 24,098,609 Native born 5,236,309 4,388,614 2,190,424 11,815,347 Foreign born 6,030,020 4,952,105 1,301,137 12,283,262 White alone, not Hispanic 34,818,038 37,487,264 33,673, ,979,183 Black alone, not Hispanic 7,139,723 6,746,686 3,377,748 17,264,157 Asian alone, not Hispanic 2,433,893 2,586,360 2,886,744 7,906,997 Other, not Hispanic 1,622,905 1,302, ,482 3,729,328 Total 57,280,888 57,463,970 44,233, ,978,274 PERCENT DISTRIBUTION Hispanic Native born Foreign born White alone, not Hispanic Black alone, not Hispanic Asian alone, not Hispanic Other, not Hispanic All Notes: Due to the way in which the IPUMS adjusts annual incomes, these data will differ from those that might be provided by the U.S. Census Bureau. "Other, not Hispanic" includes persons reporting single races not listed separately and persons reporting more than one race.

34 Table 32 STATISTICAL PORTRAIT OF HISPANICS IN THE UNITED STATES, 2011 Median Personal Earnings, by Race and Ethnicity: 2011 Universe: 2011 resident population ages 16 and older with positive earnings Median earnings ($) Hispanic 20,000 Native born 22,400 Foreign born 20,000 White alone, not Hispanic 32,000 Black alone, not Hispanic 24,400 Asian alone, not Hispanic 34,000 Other, not Hispanic 24,000 All 29,000 Notes: Due to the way in which the IPUMS adjusts annual incomes, these data will differ from those that might be provided by the U.S. Census Bureau. "Other, not Hispanic" includes persons reporting single races not listed separately and persons reporting more than one race. Source: Pew Hispanic Center tabulations of 2011 American Community Survey (1% IPUMS)

35 Table 33 Full-Time, Year-Round Workers, by Personal Earnings, Race and Ethnicity: 2011 Universe: 2011 resident population ages 16 and older defined for persons who worked at least 35 hours per week and at least 48 weeks in the past year Less than $20,000 $20,000 to $49,999 $50,000 or more Hispanic 3,695,294 7,811,601 3,222,141 14,729,036 Native born 1,248,316 3,666,364 2,028,039 6,942,719 Foreign born 2,446,978 4,145,237 1,194,102 7,786,317 White alone, not Hispanic 6,626,740 29,508,199 30,593,773 66,728,712 Black alone, not Hispanic 1,864,789 5,658,417 3,129,090 10,652,296 Asian alone, not Hispanic 633,926 2,048,443 2,633,875 5,316,244 Other, not Hispanic 332,127 1,039, ,471 2,097,921 Total 13,152,876 46,065,983 40,305,350 99,524,209 Total PERCENT DISTRIBUTION Hispanic Native born Foreign born White alone, not Hispanic Black alone, not Hispanic Asian alone, not Hispanic Other, not Hispanic All Notes: Due to the way in which the IPUMS adjusts annual incomes, these data will differ from those that might be provided by the U.S. Census Bureau. "Other, not Hispanic" includes persons reporting single races not listed separately and persons reporting more than one race.

36 Table 34 STATISTICAL PORTRAIT OF HISPANICS IN THE UNITED STATES, 2011 Median Personal Earnings for Full-Time, Year-Round Workers, by Race and Ethnicity: 2011 Universe: 2011 resident population ages 16 and older defined for persons who worked at least 35 hours per week and at least 48 weeks in the past year Median earnings ($) Hispanic 30,000 Native born 35,000 Foreign born 25,000 White alone, not Hispanic 45,000 Black alone, not Hispanic 35,000 Asian alone, not Hispanic 49,000 Other, not Hispanic 38,000 All 40,000 Notes: Due to the way in which the IPUMS adjusts annual incomes, these data will differ from those that might be provided by the U.S. Census Bureau. "Other, not Hispanic" includes persons reporting single races not listed separately and persons reporting more than one race. Source: Pew Hispanic Center tabulations of 2011 American Community Survey (1% IPUMS)

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