County Population Under Age 18

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2010 Census Redistricting Data

POPULATION UNDER 18 YEARS

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Population Under 18 Years: 2000 and 2010      
New Mexico and Counties          
             
  April 1,   April 1,   Change 2000-2010
Area 2010   2000   Number Percent
New Mexico 518,672   508,574   10,098 2.0
Bernalillo 159,130   141,020   18,110 12.8
Catron 590   747   -157 -21.0
Chaves 18,383   17,864   519 2.9
Cibola 6,834   7,845   -1,011 -12.9
Colfax 2,839   3,562   -723 -20.3
Curry 13,717   13,561   156 1.2
De Baca 451   540   -89 -16.5
Dona Ana 55,858   51,901   3,957 7.6
Eddy 14,035   14,907   -872 -5.8
Grant 6,473   8,138   -1,665 -20.5
Guadalupe 1,021   1,140   -119 -10.4
Harding 92   164   -72 -43.9
Hidalgo 1,262   1,882   -620 -32.9
Lea 19,028   16,687   2,341 14.0
Lincoln 3,888   4,414   -526 -11.9
Los Alamos 4,348   4,733   -385 -8.1
Luna 6,645   7,505   -860 -11.5
McKinley 22,373   28,411   -6,038 -21.3
Mora 1,042   1,383   -341 -24.7
Otero 15,961   18,352   -2,391 -13.0
Quay 1,968   2,541   -573 -22.6
Rio Arriba 9,913   11,774   -1,861 -15.8
Roosevelt 5,270   5,060   210 4.2
Sandoval 35,159   26,590   8,569 32.2
San Juan 37,651   37,133   518 1.4
San Miguel 6,462   8,269   -1,807 -21.9
Santa Fe 30,236   31,101   -865 -2.8
Sierra 1,928   2,666   -738 -27.7
Socorro 4,270   5,131   -861 -16.8
Taos 6,782   7,341   -559 -7.6
Torrance 3,951   5,135   -1,184 -23.1
Union 930   1,141   -211 -18.5
Valencia 20,182   19,936   246 1.2
             
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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