The Hispanic Databook brings together a wide range of data relating to the Hispanic population. The first edition was published in 1994 by Toucan Valley Publications, since which time the Hispanic population has changed dramatically. In fact, this 2004 edition coincides with two important milestones -- first is that persons of Hispanic origin are now the nation's largest minority. Second is that the number of Americans classifying themselves as Hispanic has grown more than any other group since 2000. As such, Hispanics represent 12.5 percent of the total U.S. population.
The Hispanic Databook takes a detailed look at this growing population and offers statistics on 15 topics for all 23 Hispanic origins. Raw data for this information comes from Census 2000. Our editors have spent countless hours working and reworking the numbers to present dozens of comparisons and configurations. In nearly 2,000 pages, researchers will find data for 1,264 places: 50 States, 525 Counties (population over 99,999) and 689 Cities (population over 49,999).
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