County Population Over Age 18

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2010 Census Redistricting Data

POPULATION 18 YEARS AND OVER

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Population 18 Years and Over: 2000 and 2010      
New Mexico and Counties          
             
  April 1,   April 1,   Change 2000-2010
Area 2010   2000   Number Percent
New Mexico 1,540,507   1,310,472   230,035 17.6
Bernalillo 503,434   415,658   87,776 21.1
Catron 3,135   2,796   339 12.1
Chaves 47,262   43,518   3,744 8.6
Cibola 20,379   17,750   2,629 14.8
Colfax 10,911   10,627   284 2.7
Curry 34,659   31,483   3,176 10.1
De Baca 1,571   1,700   -129 -7.6
Dona Ana 153,375   122,781   30,594 24.9
Eddy 39,794   36,751   3,043 8.3
Grant 23,041   22,864   177 0.8
Guadalupe 3,666   3,540   126 3.6
Harding 603   646   -43 -6.7
Hidalgo 3,632   4,050   -418 -10.3
Lea 45,699   38,824   6,875 17.7
Lincoln 16,609   14,997   1,612 10.7
Los Alamos 13,602   13,610   -8 -0.1
Luna 18,450   17,511   939 5.4
McKinley 49,119   46,387   2,732 5.9
Mora 3,839   3,797   42 1.1
Otero 47,836   43,946   3,890 8.9
Quay 7,073   7,614   -541 -7.1
Rio Arriba 30,333   29,416   917 3.1
Roosevelt 14,576   12,958   1,618 12.5
Sandoval 96,402   63,318   33,084 52.3
San Juan 92,393   76,668   15,725 20.5
San Miguel 22,931   21,857   1,074 4.9
Santa Fe 113,934   98,191   15,743 16.0
Sierra 10,060   10,604   -544 -5.1
Socorro 13,596   12,947   649 5.0
Taos 26,155   22,638   3,517 15.5
Torrance 12,432   11,776   656 5.6
Union 3,619   3,033   586 19.3
Valencia 56,387   46,216   10,171 22.0
             
Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2010 and 2000 Census 
Redistricting Data (PL 94-171) Summary File.
 
Table prepared by: University of New Mexico, 
Bureau of Business and Economic Research.

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