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The Overview of Race and Hispanic Origin presents data on America's ethnic make-up from the 2000 Census, showing that about thirteen percent of the total population identified themselves as of Hispanic origin. The brief gives data on all racial identifications in the new Census and discusses changes in questionnaire options from the last census, including the new option of selecting more than one racial identification (2.4 percent of the population did this). For more information on the Race and Hispanic data, see the March 9, 2001 Scout Report.
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