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Table 3.17c Upper Bound of the Estimates - Foreign-Born Population by State and World Region of Birth, With Percentages by World Region of Birth: 2003

STATE                                                                                                      World Region of Birth1
                                                      Foreign Born              Europe                   Asia             Latin America              Other Areas
United States                                                33,751,944             4,861,934               9,238,656             17,734,550                2,138,441
  .Alabama                                                      115,759                25,260                  29,870                 52,808                   18,359
  .Alaska                                                        41,112                 9,436                  20,591                  8,621                     5,134
  .Arizona                                                      803,132                81,757                 102,203                589,762                   49,923
  .Arkansas                                                      90,974                12,357                  22,193                 55,333                     7,904
  .California                                                 9,297,994               722,325               3,196,556              5,118,344                  344,525
  .Colorado                                                     456,109                79,963                  93,489                266,591                   37,084
  .Connecticut                                                  406,112               145,573                  87,576                153,017                   40,436
  .Delaware                                                      52,375                12,496                  18,225                 19,948                     5,449
  .District of Columbia                                          82,638                14,095                  15,316                 42,732                   15,293
  .Florida                                                    2,998,341               354,801                 280,953              2,228,615                  175,607
  .Georgia                                                      688,325                86,339                 177,423                378,116                   72,516
  .Hawaii                                                       226,681                15,769                 178,032                 10,928                   32,168
  .Idaho                                                         87,642                18,138                  18,066                 51,762                     9,034
  .Illinois                                                   1,681,904               437,732                 399,801                826,295                   54,576
  .Indiana                                                      239,443                56,196                  65,054                114,271                   18,445
  .Iowa                                                         104,682                21,332                  38,934                 44,569                     9,090
  .Kansas                                                       155,053                18,167                  64,116                 67,378                   16,826
  .Kentucky                                                     102,390                30,760                  37,739                 30,832                   10,540
  .Louisiana                                                    143,715                19,942                  69,565                 53,843                   11,336
  .Maine                                                         43,839                14,803                   8,792                  2,580                   22,156
  .Maryland                                                     592,161                94,550                 214,065                207,693                  105,973
  .Massachusetts                                                879,960               278,607                 236,890                290,157                  101,860
  .Michigan                                                     613,365               157,943                 282,351                117,605                   82,140
  .Minnesota                                                    315,614                59,595                 130,334                 70,678                   71,440
  .Mississippi                                                   50,002                 8,864                  17,320                 25,504                     2,684
  .Missouri                                                     205,274                57,502                  80,020                 48,599                   31,349
  .Montana                                                       18,871                 8,074                   4,294                  2,181                     6,045
  .Nebraska                                                      86,143                12,026                  29,311                 41,739                     8,328
  .Nevada                                                       399,929                38,314                 105,823                252,084                   21,244
  .New Hampshire                                                 68,195                23,450                  19,559                 13,373                   17,522
  .New Jersey                                                 1,660,342               365,787                 479,041                740,938                  122,564
  .New Mexico                                                   213,848                17,240                  19,470                170,547                   15,567
  .New York                                                   3,937,571               810,106                 987,983              1,989,424                  219,944
  .North Carolina                                               525,628                66,878                 116,530                304,480                   55,297

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Table 3.17c Upper Bound of the Estimates - Foreign-Born Population by State and World Region of Birth, With Percentages by World Region of Birth: 2003

STATE                                                                                                            World Region of Birth 1
                                                         Foreign Born               Europe                     Asia              Latin America               Other Areas
   .North Dakota                                                    19,199                    5,728                   5,823                  3,889                      6,660
   .Ohio                                                           393,305                 141,096                  146,714                 68,178                     57,992
   .Oklahoma                                                       165,740                   20,609                  54,486                 88,749                     12,171
   .Oregon                                                         320,384                   66,672                  88,279                147,386                     30,097
   .Pennsylvania                                                   578,733                 180,808                  222,525                137,890                     66,044
   .Rhode Island                                                   126,291                   39,698                  23,123                 47,802                     23,463
   .South Carolina                                                 147,011                   31,195                  39,022                 64,693                     26,383
   .South Dakota                                                    14,228                    4,906                   4,502                  2,914                      3,410
   .Tennessee                                                      190,590                   31,608                  71,716                 81,443                     17,935
   .Texas                                                        3,451,383                 163,647                  566,867              2,626,032                    138,099
   .Utah                                                           181,419                   29,349                  31,148                108,500                     25,903
   .Vermont                                                         23,778                    9,551                   5,561                  2,241                      8,568
   .Virginia                                                       680,326                 114,378                  282,051                227,853                     82,947
   .Washington                                                     640,565                 137,619                  279,861                175,438                     76,989
   .West Virginia                                                   30,407                    6,320                  15,074                 10,329                      5,443
   .Wisconsin                                                      239,748                   56,993                  79,930                100,230                     15,106
   .Wyoming                                                         13,698                    3,689                   2,439                  7,192                         13
   Footnotes:
1
  The majority of those born in 'Latin America' are from Mexico. Those born in 'Other Areas' are from Africa, Oceania, and Northern America.

NOTE: The 2003 American Community Survey universe is limited to the household population and excludes the population living in institutions, college dormitories,
       and other group quarters. Data are based on a sample and are subject to sampling variability (see http://www.census.gov/acs/www/UseData/Accuracy/Accuracy1.htm).
      The degree of uncertainty for an estimate is represented through the use of a confidence interval. The confidence interval computed here is a 90-percent confidence interval
      and can be interpreted roughly as providing 90-percent certainty that the true number falls between the lower and upper bounds.

SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, American Community Survey, 2003
           Immigration Statistics Staff, Population Division
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