Report: Md. Hispanic population far exceeded estimates

Census counted about 46,000 more individuals than had been anticipated, Pew says

The Hispanic population's growth in Maryland and several other states far outpaced previous estimates, according to an analysis of census data released this week. In Maryland, the 2010 census counted about 46,000 more Hispanic individuals than the Census Bureau had estimated were in the state, according to the Pew Hispanic Center, a nonpartisan group that studies the country's Hispanic population. Full Story »

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