Census 2000 P.L.94-171 Redistricting Data


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Total Population for New Mexico Counties:  1990 and 2000
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  Population                                                    Population change
     Rank                              Population                 1990 to 2000
 -------------   Geographic      ----------------------       ---------------------    
  2000   1990    Area                 2000     1990 1/         Number       Percent
  ----   ----    -----------     ---------    ---------       -------       -------
   NA     NA     NEW MEXICO      1,819,046    1,515,069       303,977          20.1
    1      1     Bernalillo        556,678      480,577        76,101          15.8
   31     31     Catron              3,543        2,563           980          38.2
    9      7     Chaves             61,382       57,849         3,533           6.1
   17     16     Cibola             25,595       23,794         1,801           7.6
   24     22     Colfax             14,189       12,925         1,264           9.8
   12     12     Curry              45,044       42,207         2,837           6.7
   32     32     De Baca             2,240        2,252           -12          -0.5
    2      2     Dona Ana          174,682      135,510        39,172          28.9
   11     10     Eddy               51,658       48,605         3,053           6.3
   14     14     Grant              31,002       27,676         3,326          12.0
   29     29     Guadalupe           4,680        4,156           524          12.6
   33     33     Harding               810          987          -177         -17.9
   27     27     Hidalgo             5,932        5,958           -26          -0.4
   10      8     Lea                55,511       55,765          -254          -0.5
   19     23     Lincoln            19,411       12,219         7,192          58.9
   20     18     Los Alamos         18,343       18,115           228           1.3
   18     19     Luna               25,016       18,110         6,906          38.1
    6      6     McKinley           74,798       60,686        14,112          23.3
   28     28     Mora                5,180        4,264           916          21.5
    8      9     Otero              62,298       51,928        10,370          20.0
   26     24     Quay               10,155       10,823          -668          -6.2
   13     13     Rio Arriba         41,190       34,365         6,825          19.9
   22     20     Roosevelt          18,018       16,702         1,316           7.9
    5      5     Sandoval           89,908       63,319        26,589          42.0
    4      4     San Juan          113,801       91,605        22,196          24.2
   15     15     San Miguel         30,126       25,743         4,383          17.0
    3      3     Santa Fe          129,292       98,928        30,364          30.7
   25     26     Sierra             13,270        9,912         3,358          33.9
   21     21     Socorro            18,078       14,764         3,314          22.4
   16     17     Taos               29,979       23,118         6,861          29.7
   23     25     Torrance           16,911       10,285         6,626          64.4
   30     30     Union               4,174        4,124            50           1.2
    7     11     Valencia           66,152       45,235        20,917          46.2


NA  Not applicable. 

1/  1990 census counts are as published in 1990 census reports and thus do not 
    include any changes published subsequently due to boundary changes or to the 
    Count Question Resolution program.

NOTE:  Data not adjusted based on the Accuracy and Coverage Evaluation.  For information
on confidentiality protection, sampling error, nonsampling error, and definitions, see
https://factfinder.census.gov/home/en/datanotes/expplu.html.

Source:  U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000 Redistricting Data (P.L. 94-171)
Summary File, Table PL1, and 1990 census.

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