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http://www.census.gov/population/estimates/state/rank/white.txt

(ST-99-44) States Ranked by White Population, July 1, 1999
  
Source:  Population Estimates Program, Population Division, U.S. Census Bureau, Washington, DC  20233
  
Internet Release Date:  August 30, 2000
  
Contact:  Statistical Information Staff, Population Division, U.S. Census Bureau (301-457-2422)
           pop@census.gov (please include a phone number with email correspondence)

                               Estimated        4/1/90                        |-----7/1/99-----|
                                   White    Population |--4/1/90 to 7/1/99--|            Rank of
                             Population,     Estimates        Numeric Percent   Percent  Percent
Rank STATE                        7/1/99          Base         Change  Change     White    White
                                                                                                
   1 CALIFORNIA               26,306,164    24,263,159      2,043,005     8.4      79.4       37
   2 TEXAS                    16,899,229    14,534,465      2,364,764    16.3      84.3       30
   3 NEW YORK                 13,872,760    14,150,156       -277,396    -2.0      76.2       40
   4 FLORIDA                  12,436,096    10,972,071      1,464,025    13.3      82.3       34
   5 PENNSYLVANIA             10,602,898    10,622,482        -19,584    -0.2      88.4       24
   6 ILLINOIS                  9,830,204     9,406,601        423,603     4.5      81.1       36
   7 OHIO                      9,796,553     9,574,526        222,027     2.3      87.0       27
   8 MICHIGAN                  8,222,390     7,833,058        389,332     5.0      83.4       31
   9 NEW JERSEY                6,453,922     6,377,702         76,220     1.2      79.3       38
  10 NORTH CAROLINA            5,759,680     5,036,958        722,722    14.3      75.3       42
  11 MASSACHUSETTS             5,521,542     5,529,996         -8,454    -0.2      89.4       21
  12 GEORGIA                   5,373,060     4,636,435        736,625    15.9      69.0       46
  13 INDIANA                   5,371,185     5,058,714        312,471     6.2      90.4       20
  14 VIRGINIA                  5,210,494     4,844,011        366,483     7.6      75.8       41
  15 WASHINGTON                5,103,999     4,411,387        692,612    15.7      88.7       23
  16 WISCONSIN                 4,826,984     4,550,352        276,632     6.1      91.9       16
  17 MISSOURI                  4,769,006     4,505,213        263,793     5.9      87.2       26
  18 TENNESSEE                 4,504,674     4,055,755        448,919    11.1      82.1       35
  19 MINNESOTA                 4,437,800     4,149,994        287,806     6.9      92.9       12
  20 ARIZONA                   4,239,119     3,277,590        961,529    29.3      88.7       22
  21 COLORADO                  3,742,369     3,065,724        676,645    22.1      92.3       14
  22 KENTUCKY                  3,638,891     3,398,835        240,056     7.1      91.9       17
  23 MARYLAND                  3,492,062     3,430,055         62,007     1.8      67.5       47
  24 ALABAMA                   3,188,102     2,980,474        207,628     7.0      73.0       44
  25 OREGON                    3,098,494     2,684,559        413,935    15.4      93.4       11
  26 LOUISIANA                 2,882,781     2,858,290         24,491     0.9      65.9       48
  27 CONNECTICUT               2,880,829     2,946,216        -65,387    -2.2      87.8       25
  28 OKLAHOMA                  2,788,026     2,617,484        170,542     6.5      83.0       32
  29 IOWA                      2,765,593     2,694,983         70,610     2.6      96.4        5
  30 SOUTH CAROLINA            2,683,585     2,413,788        269,797    11.2      69.1       45
  31 KANSAS                    2,425,555     2,277,045        148,510     6.5      91.4       18
  32 ARKANSAS                  2,107,797     1,950,576        157,221     8.1      82.6       33
  33 UTAH                      2,025,663     1,651,359        374,304    22.7      95.1        8
  34 WEST VIRGINIA             1,739,602     1,727,113         12,489     0.7      96.3        6
  35 MISSISSIPPI               1,728,520     1,636,362         92,158     5.6      62.4       49
  36 NEBRASKA                  1,560,171     1,495,071         65,100     4.4      93.6       10
  37 NEVADA                    1,548,143     1,061,303        486,840    45.9      85.6       29
  38 NEW MEXICO                1,501,681     1,330,645        171,036    12.9      86.3       28
  39 MAINE                     1,231,546     1,210,001         21,545     1.8      98.3        2
  40 IDAHO                     1,213,053       978,667        234,386    23.9      96.9        4
  41 NEW HAMPSHIRE             1,174,519     1,090,365         84,154     7.7      97.8        3
  42 RHODE ISLAND                912,101       937,018        -24,917    -2.7      92.1       15
  43 MONTANA                     816,995       744,218         72,777     9.8      92.5       13
  44 SOUTH DAKOTA                662,823       638,678         24,145     3.8      90.4       19
  45 NORTH DAKOTA                593,754       605,675        -11,921    -2.0      93.7        9
  46 DELAWARE                    585,805       541,497         44,308     8.2      77.7       39
  47 VERMONT                     584,176       555,851         28,325     5.1      98.4        1
  48 ALASKA                      466,041       420,745         45,296    10.8      75.2       43
  49 WYOMING                     460,434       437,153         23,281     5.3      96.0        7
  50 HAWAII                      391,489       379,248         12,241     3.2      33.0       51
  51 DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA        182,438       191,321         -8,883    -4.6      35.2       50

http://www.census.gov/population/estimates/state/rank/hisp.txt

 

(ST-99-48) States Ranked by Hispanic Population, July 1, 1999
  
Source:  Population Estimates Program, Population Division, U.S. Census Bureau, Washington, DC  20233
  
Internet Release Date:  August 30, 2000
  
Contact:  Statistical Information Staff, Population Division, U.S. Census Bureau (301-457-2422)
           pop@census.gov (please include a phone number with email correspondence)

                               Estimated        4/1/90                        |-----7/1/99-----|
                                Hispanic    Population |--4/1/90 to 7/1/99--|            Rank of
                             Population,     Estimates        Numeric Percent   Percent  Percent
Rank STATE                        7/1/99          Base         Change  Change  Hispanic Hispanic
                                                                                                
   1 CALIFORNIA               10,459,616     7,704,348      2,755,268    35.8      31.6        2
   2 TEXAS                     6,045,430     4,339,874      1,705,556    39.3      30.2        3
   3 NEW YORK                  2,660,685     2,213,943        446,742    20.2      14.6        8
   4 FLORIDA                   2,334,403     1,574,148        760,255    48.3      15.4        6
   5 ILLINOIS                  1,276,193       904,449        371,744    41.1      10.5       10
   6 ARIZONA                   1,084,250       688,355        395,895    57.5      22.7        4
   7 NEW JERSEY                1,027,277       747,737        279,540    37.4      12.6        9
   8 NEW MEXICO                  708,407       579,227        129,180    22.3      40.7        1
   9 COLORADO                    603,582       424,309        179,273    42.3      14.9        7
  10 MASSACHUSETTS               390,947       287,561        103,386    36.0       6.3       19
  11 WASHINGTON                  376,664       214,568        162,096    75.5       6.5       17
  12 PENNSYLVANIA                326,218       232,286         93,932    40.4       2.7       31
  13 NEVADA                      304,364       124,408        179,956   144.6      16.8        5
  14 CONNECTICUT                 279,164       213,116         66,048    31.0       8.5       11
  15 MICHIGAN                    275,849       201,597         74,252    36.8       2.8       29
  16 VIRGINIA                    266,228       160,403        105,825    66.0       3.9       25
  17 GEORGIA                     239,566       108,933        130,633   119.9       3.1       28
  18 OREGON                      212,870       112,708        100,162    88.9       6.4       18
  19 MARYLAND                    199,156       125,093         74,063    59.2       3.9       26
  20 OHIO                        184,902       139,695         45,207    32.4       1.6       40
  21 NORTH CAROLINA              175,707        76,745         98,962   128.9       2.3       34
  22 INDIANA                     153,960        98,789         55,171    55.8       2.6       33
  23 UTAH                        150,699        84,597         66,102    78.1       7.1       15
  24 KANSAS                      148,479        93,671         54,808    58.5       5.6       21
  25 WISCONSIN                   140,235        93,232         47,003    50.4       2.7       32
  26 OKLAHOMA                    136,634        86,162         50,472    58.6       4.1       23
  27 LOUISIANA                   119,496        93,067         26,429    28.4       2.7       30
  28 HAWAII                       95,456        81,396         14,060    17.3       8.1       12
  29 IDAHO                        93,028        52,927         40,101    75.8       7.4       13
  30 MINNESOTA                    92,589        53,888         38,701    71.8       1.9       37
  31 MISSOURI                     91,476        61,698         29,778    48.3       1.7       39
  32 NEBRASKA                     76,998        36,969         40,029   108.3       4.6       22
  33 RHODE ISLAND                 68,644        45,755         22,889    50.0       6.9       16
  34 TENNESSEE                    67,078        32,742         34,336   104.9       1.2       44
  35 IOWA                         61,570        32,643         28,927    88.6       2.1       35
  36 SOUTH CAROLINA               54,299        30,500         23,799    78.0       1.4       42
  37 ARKANSAS                     53,729        19,876         33,853   170.3       2.1       36
  38 ALABAMA                      45,349        24,629         20,720    84.1       1.0       46
  39 DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA         38,453        32,713          5,740    17.5       7.4       14
  40 KENTUCKY                     35,322        22,005         13,317    60.5       0.9       47
  41 WYOMING                      29,022        25,752          3,270    12.7       6.1       20
  42 DELAWARE                     27,769        15,824         11,945    75.5       3.7       27
  43 ALASKA                       24,795        17,803          6,992    39.3       4.0       24
  44 MISSISSIPPI                  23,975        15,998          7,977    49.9       0.9       48
  45 NEW HAMPSHIRE                19,552        11,333          8,219    72.5       1.6       41
  46 MONTANA                      16,152        12,175          3,977    32.7       1.8       38
  47 WEST VIRGINIA                10,330         8,487          1,843    21.7       0.6       51
  48 MAINE                         9,178         6,829          2,349    34.4       0.7       50
  49 SOUTH DAKOTA                  8,980         5,252          3,728    71.0       1.2       43
  50 NORTH DAKOTA                  7,269         4,665          2,604    55.8       1.1       45
  51 VERMONT                       5,128         3,661          1,467    40.1       0.9       49

http://www.census.gov/population/estimates/state/rank/black.txt

(ST-99-45) States Ranked by Black Population, July 1, 1999
  
Source:  Population Estimates Program, Population Division, U.S. Census Bureau, Washington, DC  20233
  
Internet Release Date:  August 30, 2000
  
Contact:  Statistical Information Staff, Population Division, U.S. Census Bureau (301-457-2422)
           pop@census.gov (please include a phone number with email correspondence)

                               Estimated        4/1/90                        |-----7/1/99-----|
                                   Black    Population |--4/1/90 to 7/1/99--|            Rank of
                             Population,     Estimates        Numeric Percent   Percent  Percent
Rank STATE                        7/1/99          Base         Change  Change     Black    Black
                                                                                                
   1 NEW YORK                  3,222,461     3,065,158        157,303     5.1      17.7       11
   2 CALIFORNIA                2,487,006     2,309,935        177,071     7.7       7.5       26
   3 TEXAS                     2,470,194     2,048,099        422,095    20.6      12.3       18
   4 FLORIDA                   2,333,424     1,772,424        561,000    31.7      15.4       14
   5 GEORGIA                   2,235,897     1,751,180        484,717    27.7      28.7        5
   6 ILLINOIS                  1,854,173     1,707,405        146,768     8.6      15.3       15
   7 NORTH CAROLINA            1,686,143     1,461,563        224,580    15.4      22.0        8
   8 MARYLAND                  1,454,381     1,196,221        258,160    21.6      28.1        6
   9 MICHIGAN                  1,415,201     1,298,365        116,836     9.0      14.3       17
  10 LOUISIANA                 1,415,195     1,303,323        111,872     8.6      32.4        3
  11 VIRGINIA                  1,384,651     1,168,283        216,368    18.5      20.1        9
  12 OHIO                      1,304,126     1,159,796        144,330    12.4      11.6       19
  13 NEW JERSEY                1,197,430     1,077,119        120,311    11.2      14.7       16
  14 PENNSYLVANIA              1,170,095     1,105,025         65,070     5.9       9.8       21
  15 SOUTH CAROLINA            1,156,946     1,041,514        115,432    11.1      29.8        4
  16 ALABAMA                   1,138,726     1,021,418        117,308    11.5      26.1        7
  17 MISSISSIPPI               1,010,216       917,454         92,762    10.1      36.5        2
  18 TENNESSEE                   912,577       779,205        133,372    17.1      16.6       12
  19 MISSOURI                    617,148       549,719         67,429    12.3      11.3       20
  20 INDIANA                     497,976       434,307         63,669    14.7       8.4       23
  21 ARKANSAS                    410,821       374,406         36,415     9.7      16.1       13
  22 MASSACHUSETTS               405,159       327,440         77,719    23.7       6.6       28
  23 DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA        318,657       402,472        -83,815   -20.8      61.4        1
  24 CONNECTICUT                 308,772       282,103         26,669     9.5       9.4       22
  25 WISCONSIN                   293,367       246,797         46,570    18.9       5.6       30
  26 KENTUCKY                    288,336       264,171         24,165     9.1       7.3       27
  27 OKLAHOMA                    262,136       235,712         26,424    11.2       7.8       24
  28 WASHINGTON                  203,853       152,569         51,284    33.6       3.5       36
  29 COLORADO                    176,277       135,995         40,282    29.6       4.3       32
  30 ARIZONA                     175,506       114,960         60,546    52.7       3.7       35
  31 KANSAS                      157,176       144,741         12,435     8.6       5.9       29
  32 DELAWARE                    149,290       113,453         35,837    31.6      19.8       10
  33 MINNESOTA                   148,596        96,173         52,423    54.5       3.1       37
  34 NEVADA                      140,031        79,862         60,169    75.3       7.7       25
  35 NEBRASKA                     68,067        57,862         10,205    17.6       4.1       33
  36 OREGON                       62,012        47,017         14,995    31.9       1.9       42
  37 IOWA                         58,013        48,417          9,596    19.8       2.0       41
  38 WEST VIRGINIA                56,108        56,398           -290    -0.5       3.1       38
  39 RHODE ISLAND                 50,292        43,317          6,975    16.1       5.1       31
  40 NEW MEXICO                   45,792        31,651         14,141    44.7       2.6       40
  41 HAWAII                       33,752        27,947          5,805    20.8       2.8       39
  42 ALASKA                       24,067        22,833          1,234     5.4       3.9       34
  43 UTAH                         19,481        12,082          7,399    61.2       0.9       43
  44 NEW HAMPSHIRE                 9,044         7,358          1,686    22.9       0.8       45
  45 IDAHO                         7,561         3,519          4,042   114.9       0.6       48
  46 MAINE                         6,258         5,194          1,064    20.5       0.5       50
  47 SOUTH DAKOTA                  5,099         3,291          1,808    54.9       0.7       46
  48 WYOMING                       4,210         3,723            487    13.1       0.9       44
  49 NORTH DAKOTA                  4,118         3,567            551    15.4       0.6       47
  50 VERMONT                       3,184         1,973          1,211    61.4       0.5       49
  51 MONTANA                       3,168         2,424            744    30.7       0.4       51

 

 

http://www.census.gov/population/estimates/state/rank/aiea.txt
(ST-99-46) States Ranked by American Indian and Alaska Native Population, July 1, 1999
  
Source:  Population Estimates Program, Population Division, U.S. Census Bureau, Washington, DC  20233
  
Internet Release Date:  August 30, 2000
  
Contact:  Statistical Information Staff, Population Division, U.S. Census Bureau (301-457-2422)
           pop@census.gov (please include a phone number with email correspondence)

                               Estimated                                      |-----7/1/99-----|
                                American                                        Percent  Rank of
                                Indian &                                       American  Percent
                                  Alaska        4/1/90                           Indian American
                                  Native    Population |--4/1/90 to 7/1/99--|       and Indian &
                             Population,     Estimates        Numeric Percent    Alaska   Alaska
Rank STATE                        7/1/99          Base         Change  Change    Native   Native
                                                                                                
   1 CALIFORNIA                  313,642       286,611         27,031     9.4       0.9       16
   2 OKLAHOMA                    262,581       257,794          4,787     1.9       7.8        4
   3 ARIZONA                     261,168       214,427         46,741    21.8       5.5        6
   4 NEW MEXICO                  165,944       137,625         28,319    20.6       9.5        2
   5 WASHINGTON                  104,819        87,259         17,560    20.1       1.8        9
   6 ALASKA                      101,352        86,252         15,100    17.5      16.4        1
   7 NORTH CAROLINA               99,277        80,825         18,452    22.8       1.3       14
   8 TEXAS                        97,412        72,343         25,069    34.7       0.5       25
   9 NEW YORK                     76,755        66,337         10,418    15.7       0.4       28
  10 FLORIDA                      60,358        37,132         23,226    62.5       0.4       29
  11 SOUTH DAKOTA                 60,335        50,870          9,465    18.6       8.2        3
  12 MICHIGAN                     59,897        57,654          2,243     3.9       0.6       21
  13 MINNESOTA                    58,575        50,921          7,654    15.0       1.2       15
  14 MONTANA                      57,225        48,121          9,104    18.9       6.5        5
  15 WISCONSIN                    46,830        40,588          6,242    15.4       0.9       19
  16 OREGON                       45,633        40,522          5,111    12.6       1.4       12
  17 COLORADO                     37,548        31,104          6,444    20.7       0.9       17
  18 NEVADA                       32,871        21,071         11,800    56.0       1.8       10
  19 NORTH DAKOTA                 30,522        26,046          4,476    17.2       4.8        7
  20 UTAH                         30,045        25,385          4,660    18.4       1.4       11
  21 ILLINOIS                     27,987        24,175          3,812    15.8       0.2       45
  22 KANSAS                       23,554        23,380            174     0.7       0.9       20
  23 OHIO                         23,337        20,864          2,473    11.9       0.2       48
  24 NEW JERSEY                   22,625        15,905          6,720    42.3       0.3       38
  25 MISSOURI                     20,701        20,211            490     2.4       0.4       30
  26 LOUISIANA                    19,407        18,707            700     3.7       0.4       27
  27 VIRGINIA                     19,396        15,708          3,688    23.5       0.3       37
  28 GEORGIA                      18,717        13,715          5,002    36.5       0.2       44
  29 PENNSYLVANIA                 18,054        15,369          2,685    17.5       0.2       49
  30 IDAHO                        16,656        14,940          1,716    11.5       1.3       13
  31 MARYLAND                     16,044        13,206          2,838    21.5       0.3       35
  32 MASSACHUSETTS                15,229        12,959          2,270    17.5       0.2       41
  33 NEBRASKA                     15,216        12,855          2,361    18.4       0.9       18
  34 INDIANA                      15,075        13,050          2,025    15.5       0.3       39
  35 ALABAMA                      14,599        16,575         -1,976   -11.9       0.3       33
  36 ARKANSAS                     13,965        12,981            984     7.6       0.5       23
  37 TENNESSEE                    12,231        10,139          2,092    20.6       0.2       46
  38 WYOMING                      10,867         9,792          1,075    11.0       2.3        8
  39 MISSISSIPPI                  10,282         8,565          1,717    20.0       0.4       31
  40 SOUTH CAROLINA                9,601         8,328          1,273    15.3       0.2       40
  41 IOWA                          8,760         7,716          1,044    13.5       0.3       36
  42 CONNECTICUT                   8,093         6,990          1,103    15.8       0.2       42
  43 HAWAII                        6,565         5,470          1,095    20.0       0.6       22
  44 KENTUCKY                      5,936         5,861             75     1.3       0.1       50
  45 MAINE                         5,752         6,022           -270    -4.5       0.5       26
  46 RHODE ISLAND                  5,286         4,223          1,063    25.2       0.5       24
  47 NEW HAMPSHIRE                 2,597         2,153            444    20.6       0.2       47
  48 WEST VIRGINIA                 2,472         2,469              3     0.1       0.1       51
  49 DELAWARE                      2,389         2,072            317    15.3       0.3       34
  50 DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA          1,785         1,551            234    15.1       0.3       32
  51 VERMONT                       1,459         1,703           -244   -14.3       0.2       43

 

http://www.census.gov/population/estimates/state/rank/api.txt 

 

(ST-99-47) States Ranked by Asian and Pacific Islander Population, July 1, 1999
  
Source:  Population Estimates Program, Population Division, U.S. Census Bureau, Washington, DC  20233
  
Internet Release Date:  August 30, 2000
  
Contact:  Statistical Information Staff, Population Division, U.S. Census Bureau (301-457-2422)
           pop@census.gov (please include a phone number with email correspondence)

                               Estimated                                      |-----7/1/99-----|
                               Asian and                                                 Rank of
                                 Pacific        4/1/90                          Percent  Percent
                                Islander    Population |--4/1/90 to 7/1/99--|   Asian &  Asian &
                             Population,     Estimates        Numeric Percent   Pacific  Pacific
Rank STATE                        7/1/99          Base         Change  Change  Islander Islander
                                                                                                
   1 CALIFORNIA                4,038,309     2,951,722      1,086,587    36.8      12.2        2
   2 NEW YORK                  1,024,625       709,127        315,498    44.5       5.6        5
   3 HAWAII                      753,691       695,564         58,127     8.4      63.6        1
   4 TEXAS                       577,306       331,428        245,878    74.2       2.9       14
   5 NEW JERSEY                  469,435       277,024        192,411    69.5       5.8        4
   6 ILLINOIS                    416,006       292,421        123,585    42.3       3.4       11
   7 WASHINGTON                  343,690       215,454        128,236    59.5       6.0        3
   8 FLORIDA                     281,366       156,444        124,922    79.9       1.9       23
   9 VIRGINIA                    258,371       161,195         97,176    60.3       3.8       10
  10 MASSACHUSETTS               233,239       146,030         87,209    59.7       3.8        9
  11 MARYLAND                    209,147       141,271         67,876    48.0       4.0        8
  12 PENNSYLVANIA                202,969       139,966         63,003    45.0       1.7       25
  13 MICHIGAN                    166,287       106,210         60,077    56.6       1.7       26
  14 GEORGIA                     160,566        76,819         83,747   109.0       2.1       22
  15 OHIO                        132,638        91,929         40,709    44.3       1.2       35
  16 MINNESOTA                   130,537        78,577         51,960    66.1       2.7       15
  17 OREGON                      110,015        70,239         39,776    56.6       3.3       12
  18 NORTH CAROLINA              105,689        53,102         52,587    99.0       1.4       29
  19 ARIZONA                     102,539        58,362         44,177    75.7       2.1       20
  20 COLORADO                     99,939        61,650         38,289    62.1       2.5       18
  21 NEVADA                       88,208        39,439         48,769   123.7       4.9        6
  22 CONNECTICUT                  84,337        51,807         32,530    62.8       2.6       16
  23 WISCONSIN                    83,265        54,217         29,048    53.6       1.6       27
  24 MISSOURI                     61,483        41,758         19,725    47.2       1.1       37
  25 INDIANA                      58,665        38,085         20,580    54.0       1.0       38
  26 LOUISIANA                    54,652        41,519         13,133    31.6       1.3       33
  27 UTAH                         54,647        34,024         20,623    60.6       2.6       17
  28 TENNESSEE                    54,053        32,104         21,949    68.4       1.0       39
  29 KANSAS                       47,767        32,422         15,345    47.3       1.8       24
  30 OKLAHOMA                     45,301        34,586         10,715    31.0       1.3       31
  31 IOWA                         37,047        25,715         11,332    44.1       1.3       32
  32 SOUTH CAROLINA               35,604        22,680         12,924    57.0       0.9       40
  33 ALABAMA                      28,435        21,922          6,513    29.7       0.7       49
  34 ALASKA                       28,040        20,213          7,827    38.7       4.5        7
  35 KENTUCKY                     27,662        18,025          9,637    53.5       0.7       47
  36 NEW MEXICO                   26,427        15,148         11,279    74.5       1.5       28
  37 RHODE ISLAND                 23,140        18,906          4,234    22.4       2.3       19
  38 NEBRASKA                     22,574        12,629          9,945    78.7       1.4       30
  39 MISSISSIPPI                  19,601        13,094          6,507    49.7       0.7       46
  40 ARKANSAS                     18,790        12,661          6,129    48.4       0.7       45
  41 DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA         16,120        11,556          4,564    39.5       3.1       13
  42 DELAWARE                     16,054         9,146          6,908    75.5       2.1       21
  43 NEW HAMPSHIRE                14,974         9,376          5,598    59.7       1.2       34
  44 IDAHO                        14,430         9,608          4,822    50.2       1.2       36
  45 MAINE                         9,484         6,711          2,773    41.3       0.8       44
  46 WEST VIRGINIA                 8,746         7,497          1,249    16.7       0.5       51
  47 MONTANA                       5,391         4,302          1,089    25.3       0.6       50
  48 NORTH DAKOTA                  5,272         3,512          1,760    50.1       0.8       42
  49 VERMONT                       4,921         3,231          1,690    52.3       0.8       43
  50 SOUTH DAKOTA                  4,876         3,165          1,711    54.1       0.7       48
  51 WYOMING                       4,091         2,921          1,170    40.1       0.9       41
 

TRAITOR McCain

jewn McCain

ASSASSIN of JFK, Patton, many other Whites

killed 264 MILLION Christians in WWII

killed 64 million Christians in Russia

holocaust denier extraordinaire--denying the Armenian holocaust

millions dead in the Middle East

tens of millions of dead Christians

LOST $1.2 TRILLION in Pentagon
spearheaded torture & sodomy of all non-jews
millions dead in Iraq

42 dead, mass murderer Goldman LOVED by jews

serial killer of 13 Christians

the REAL terrorists--not a single one is an Arab

serial killers are all jews

framed Christians for anti-semitism, got caught
left 350 firemen behind to die in WTC

legally insane debarred lawyer CENSORED free speech

mother of all fnazis, certified mentally ill

10,000 Whites DEAD from one jew LIE

moser HATED by jews: he followed the law

f.ck Jesus--from a "news" person!!

1000 fold the child of perdition

 

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