Census 2000 P.L.94-171 Redistricting Data


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


*  Ranks of growth rates are based on unrounded numbers. In the case of a true tie, 
   the values share the same rank and the next lower rank is omitted.

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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