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Old 11-06-2012, 02:17 PM
 
Location: Northridge, Los Angeles, CA
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*All numbers are from the ALONE column.
http://www.census.gov/prod/cen2010/b...c2010br-04.pdf
http://www.census.gov/prod/cen2010/b...c2010br-06.pdf
http://www.census.gov/prod/cen2010/b...c2010br-05.pdf
http://www.census.gov/prod/cen2010/b...c2010br-11.pdf

Non-Hispanic White American change 2000-2010

United States total: 2,264,778

Northeast: -1,319,168
Midwest: -289,148
South: 2,778,668
West: 1,094,776

North Carolina: 576,840
Texas: 464,032
Florida: 426,213
Arizona: 421,384
Colorado: 317,913
Utah: 317,454
South Carolina: 310,449
Tennessee: 294,852
Georgia: 285,259
Washington: 224,314
Virginia: 220,813
Idaho: 176,952
Missouri: 164,274
Nevada: 159,080
Oregon: 148,232
Kentucky: 137,642
Alabama: 78,573
Arkansas: 73,334
Minnesota: 67,999
Indiana: 67,080
Montana: 60,805
Wisconsin: 56,781
Washington DC: 50,286
Alaska: 31,532
Delaware: 18,779
Wyoming: 45,075
New Hampshire: 39,798
Hawaii: 32,252
South Dakota: 24,917
Maine: 24,000
New Mexico: 20,315
Oklahoma: 19,013
West Virginia: 16,290
Nebraska: 5,259
North Dakota: 8,858
Vermont: 4,792
Kansas: -3,458
Mississippi: -5,621
Iowa: -9,221
Rhode Island: -54,748
Louisiana: -59,507
Connecticut: -92,583
Maryland: -128,589
Michigan: -146,752
Ohio: -178,848
Massachusetts: -213,559
Pennsylvania: -227,803
Illinois: -256,387
New Jersey: -343,331
New York: -456,734
California: -860,537

Black American change 2000-2010

United States total: 4,271,129

Northeast: 450,336
Midwest: 451,136
South: 3,023,741
West: 345,916

Florida: 664,357
Georgia: 600,893
Texas: 575,032
North Carolina: 311,083
Maryland: 222,887
Virginia: 161,106
Pennsylvania: 152,077
Tennessee: 124,506
Ohio: 106,374
South Carolina: 105,648
Minnesota: 102,681
Arizona: 100,135
Alabama: 95,381
Massachusetts: 90,944
Nevada: 83,149
Indiana: 81,363
Mississippi: 64,576
Missouri: 64,000
New Jersey: 63,005
New York: 59,415
Wisconsin: 54,688
Connecticut: 52,453
Washington: 49,775
Kentucky: 41,256
Delaware: 41,148
Colorado: 36,674
California: 35,190
Arkansas: 30,945
Iowa: 27,295
Oklahoma: 16,676
Nebraska: 14,344
Kansas: 13,666
Oregon: 13,544
Rhode Island: 13,281
Utah: 11,634
Maine: 8,947
New Mexico: 8,207
New Hampshire: 6,000
West Virginia: 5,982
South Dakota: 5,522
Idaho: 4,354
North Dakota: 4,044
Vermont: 3,214
Alaska: 1,476
Montana: 1,335
Wyoming: 1,026
Louisiana: 452
Hawaii: -579
Illinois: -10,461
Michigan: -12,380
Washington DC: -38,187

Hispanic American change 2000-2010

United States total: 15,171,776

Northeast: 1,737,882
Midwest: 1,537,146
South: 6,640,812
West: 5,255,936

California: 3,047,163
Texas: 2,791,255
Florida: 1,541,091
Arizona: 599,532
New York: 549,339
Illinois: 497,316
New Jersey: 437,953
North Carolina: 421,157
Georgia:418,462
Pennsylvania: 325,572
Nevada: 322,531
Washington: 314,281
Colorado: 303,086
Virginia: 302,285
Maryland: 242,716
Massachusetts: 198,925
New Mexico: 188,017
Indiana: 175,171
Oregon: 174,748
Tennessee: 166,221
Connecticut: 158,764
Utah: 156,781
Oklahoma: 152,703
Wisconsin: 143,135
South Carolina: 140,606
Ohio: 137,551
Michigan: 112,481
Kansas: 111,790
Alabama: 109,772
Minnesota: 106,876
Arkansas: 99,184
Missouri: 93,878
Louisiana: 84,822
Idaho: 74,211
Nebraska: 72,980
Kentucky: 72,897
Iowa: 69,071
Mississippi: 41,912
Rhode Island: 39,835
Delaware: 35,944
Hawaii: 33,143
Wyoming: 18,562
New Hampshire: 16,215
Alaska: 13,397
South Dakota: 11,216
Montana: 10,484
West Virginia: 9,989
Washington DC: 9,796
Maine: 7,575
North Dakota: 5,681
Vermont: 3,704

Asian American change 2000-2010

US Difference: 4,431,254

Northeast: 941,347
Midwest: 531,505
South: 1,291,063
West: 1,667,339

California: 1,163,394
Texas: 402,277
New York: 375,268
New Jersey: 245,540
Florida: 188,565
Virginia: 178,865
Illinois: 163,331
Washington: 158,732
Georgia: 141,297
Pennsylvania: 129,275
Massachusetts: 111,644
Maryland: 107,924
Nevada: 105,170
North Carolina: 95,273
Arizona: 84,459
Minnesota: 72,266
Michigan: 61,689
Ohio: 59,600
Connecticut: 53,252
Colorado: 43,815
Indiana: 43,338
Wisconsin: 40,471
Oregon: 39,913
Missouri: 36,488
Tennessee: 34,580
South Carolina: 23,037
Alabama: 22,249
Hawaii: 21,210
Kansas: 20,956
Kentucky: 19,186
Utah: 18,177
Iowa: 16,459
Arkansas: 15,882
Louisiana: 15,374
Alaska: 13,019
New Hampshire: 13,016
Delaware: 12,290
Nebraska: 10,362
New Mexico: 8,953
Mississippi: 7,126
Idaho: 7,180
Rhode Island: 6,792
DC: 5,867
Maine: 4,460
North Dakota: 3,303
South Dakota: 3,272
West Virginia: 2,972
Vermont: 2,730
Wyoming: 1,655
Montana: 1,562
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Old 11-06-2012, 02:28 PM
 
Location: Washington, DC area
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very interesting!
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Old 11-06-2012, 03:17 PM
 
Location: Nob Hill, San Francisco, CA
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North Carolina is the new Florida
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Old 11-06-2012, 04:14 PM
 
Location: Willowbend/Houston
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Excellent!

Now if Lifeshadower would just do one by metro area!
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Old 11-06-2012, 04:33 PM
 
Location: Washington, DC area
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So blacks are moving to Maryland and blacks "and" whites are moving to Virginia. Wonder how much of that applies to the DC area because I find it surprising that Maryland lost so many whites.
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Old 11-06-2012, 04:37 PM
 
Location: Brooklyn, New York
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So blacks are moving to Maryland and blacks "and" whites are moving to Virginia. Wonder how much of that applies to the DC area because I find it surprising that Maryland lost so many whites.
Most of this is due to birth rates, not movement of people.
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Old 11-06-2012, 05:21 PM
 
Location: South Beach and DT Raleigh
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North Carolina is the new Florida
Apparently. I am sort of shocked by some of those lofty numbers. I fully expected Texas to lead on non-Hispanic white population.
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Old 11-06-2012, 05:34 PM
 
Location: Northridge, Los Angeles, CA
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Excellent!

Now if Lifeshadower would just do one by metro area!
Provide me with a list of metro areas. This thing took a while to compile, especially while I'm supposed to be "busy" at "work", haha

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So blacks are moving to Maryland and blacks "and" whites are moving to Virginia. Wonder how much of that applies to the DC area because I find it surprising that Maryland lost so many whites.
Well, I'll do the numbers for the DC area (assuming only DC MSA)

2010
Non-Hispanic White: 3,157,958
Black: 1,700,298
Hispanic: 770,795
Asian: 518,853

2000
Non-Hispanic White: 2,762,241
Black: 1,282,057
Hispanic: 432,003
Asian: 329,850

2000-2010 Change
Non-Hispanic White: 395,717
Black: 418,241
Hispanic: 338,792
Asian: 189,003
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Old 11-06-2012, 05:41 PM
 
Location: Willowbend/Houston
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Provide me with a list of metro areas. This thing took a while to compile, especially while I'm supposed to be "busy" at "work", haha
Go Crazy!

It would be nice to see maybe the top 15! I would do it myself, but Im an azzhole.

US2010
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Old 11-06-2012, 05:54 PM
 
Location: Northridge, Los Angeles, CA
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Go Crazy!

It would be nice to see maybe the top 15! I would do it myself, but Im an azzhole.

US2010
You know, there's a discrepancy between those numbers and the census numbers (at least in the above reports) and I just figured out what it is:

The census reports included Asian Hispanics and Black Hispanics in the "Alone" category, while separating out Non-Hispanic Whites and Hispanics.

Blah, who wants to redo all these numbers to reflect that? My head hurts too much.
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