As the nation’s largest Hispanic community, New Mexico is the largest state for Latino families, yet only two of its 51 counties have a majority of Latino residents.

The other two are Baja California and Rio Grande Valley.

The Latino population in New Mexico grew by nearly 25 percent from 2000 to 2010, from 6.9 million to 7.6 million, according to the U.S. Census Bureau.

In New Mexico, Latinos comprise about 23 percent of the population, but they make up less than half of the state’s population.

According to a 2010 report from the Pew Hispanic Center, Latinos are the largest racial group in New York state, with a total of about 15.5 million people, or about 11 percent of New York’s population of 3.2 million.

In California, Latinos make up about 9 percent of California’s population, and they make the state home to more than 2 million people.

California is home to one of the most diverse populations in the U and the Latino community is making the state their home.

It’s a big reason why the state is attracting more Latinos from around the country to live in New Jersey and the New York City area.

But New Mexico’s Latino population has been growing steadily over the past decade.

According the Census Bureau, Latinos made up about 17 percent of state residents in 2011.

The population is expected to grow by about 1.8 million to 23.3 million by 2030.

New Mexico currently has 1.5 Hispanic residents per 100,000 people, and Latinos make the majority of the total Latino population.

New Mexico has seen a surge in the number of Latino immigrants who have settled in New Hampshire.

In 2011, more than 8,000 New Hampshire residents were born in Mexico.

Since then, about 4,300 have immigrated to New Mexico and are eligible for residency.

In 2010, New Hampshire saw about 7,300 Latino immigrants, the largest single year of immigration to the state.

That’s more than half the number from the year 2000, when about 2,400 New Hampshire Latinos immigrated.

New Hampshire is home for nearly one-quarter of the U, as well as a majority to the New Mexico state and territory.

New York is the state with the highest concentration of Hispanics in the country, with about 23,000 Latinos.

But, New York also has one of New Mexicos largest Latino communities, with the Hispanic population at about 8,200 people.

The state is also home to the largest Latino population of the 10 largest states.

New Jersey has about 4.6 percent of Latinos in the state, followed by California at 3.9 percent, and Texas at 3 percent.

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