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Population Summary Report
8/31/2001-- New Mexico Congressional Delegation
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District Population % Deviation AmIndian % AmIndian Hispanic  % Hispanic 18+_Pop 18+_AmIndian % 18+_AmIndian 18+_Hispanic  % 18+_Hispanic NH18+__DOJ_Ind % NH18+__DOJ_Ind 18+_DOJ_Minority % 18+_DOJ_Minority
1 606431 0.01% 17279 2.85% 195266 32.2% 450362 11681 2.6% 127578 28.3% 12116 2.7% 161854 35.9%
2 606452 0.02% 30675 5.06% 349686 57.7% 432148 20215 4.7% 229929 53.2% 19096 4.4% 263335 60.9%
3 606163 -0.03% 125529 20.71% 220434 36.4% 427962 76634 17.9% 149073 34.8% 76106 17.8% 237089 55.4%
Total 1,819,046 173,483 9.54% 765,386 42.08% 1,310,472 108,530 8.28% 506,580 38.66% 107,318 8.19% 662,278 50.54%
Deviation 0.0477%
Note: the term "NH_DOJ" refers to the Non-Hispanic Department of Justice racial classification. The Department of Justice allocates any multiple-race census response that included white and one of the five other race categories  to the minority race listed in the  response. The DOJ minority population figures include persons who identified themselves  as  (1) a single-race minority, (2) white plus one other race, (3) multiple-race (where more than one  minority race is listed), or (4) Hispanic.This definition is in accordance with Department of Justice policy pursuant to Part II of OMB Bulletin 00-02. (Source:  [Federal Register: January 18, 2001 (Volume 66, Number 12)] [Notices] [Page 5411-5414]  From the Federal Register Online via GPO Access [wais.access.gpo.gov] [DOCID:fr18ja01-171] 
http://www.usdoj.gov/crt/voting/sec_5/fedregvoting.htm