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Connecticut Census Data: Race and Hispanic or Latino by County

Race and Hispanic or Latino statistics for Connecticut counties are shown in this easy-to-read table and chart combination.

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Source: U.S. Census Bureau 2000 Census.


Census Data: Race and Hispanic or Latino
LocationPopulationRace %Hispanic & Latino %Location
WhiteBlack or
African-
American
American Indian and Alaska NativeAsianNative HawaiianSome other raceTwo or more racesHispanic or Latino, any raceWhite, not Hispanic or Latino
United States

281,421,906

75.112.30.93.60.15.52.412.569.1United States
Connecticut

3,405,565

81.69.10.32.40.04.32.29.477.5Connecticut
Fairfield Co.882,56779.310.00.23.30.04.72.511.973.1Fairfield Co.
Hartford Co.857,18376.911.70.22.40.06.42.311.573.0Hartford Co.
Litchfield Co.182,19395.81.10.21.20.00.71.12.194.5Litchfield Co.
Middlesex Co.155,07191.34.40.21.60.01.01.63.089.6Middlesex Co.
New Haven Co.824,00879.411.30.22.30.04.52.210.174.8New Haven Co.
New London Co.259,08887.05.31.02.00.12.12.75.184.7New London Co.
Tolland Co.136,36492.32.70.22.30.01.11.42.890.9Tolland Co.
Windham Co.109,09191.31.90.50.80.03.61.97.188.6Windham Co.

Reading the Chart:

The entries under the Race % headings are percentages of the race(s) as self-identified by the respondents. For example, the entry in the first row (United States) in the White column is 75.1, meaning that 75.1% of the U.S. population identify themselves as white.

Hispanic & Latino % values are percentages of the Hispanic & Latino classification, also self-identified.

The length of the colored bars in the Race % and Hispanic & Latino % table cells are in proportion to the value of the number in the cell. For example, the colored bar in the cell showing 75.1 is 75.1% as wide as the cell. For small percentages the colored bar does not appear.

Population counts people. Here the colored bars represent percentages of the highest population of any county in the state. For example, the county with the highest population will have a colored bar that fills the cell. A county with half that many people will have a colored bar that fills half the cell. For small percentages the bar does not appear.

Abbreviations used in location names: Co. = County, C.A. = Census Area, Pa. = Parish, Municipio = Mu.

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Please note that if you set your browser to display very large text sizes, the table cell sizes will change, and the lengths of the colored bars will not be accurate, although they will still show proportions.

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