According to the 2008 Statistical Abstract, as of July, 2007, there were 8,170 people of Hispanic origin living in Vermont, which is about 1.3% of the entire population of the state. At that time Vermont had the least total number of Hispanics than any other state.
About 238,351 Hispanics live there.
450,000 or more Hispanics live in the Orlando area. Majority are puerto rican.
Not many for sure. -.-
how many hispanic, latinos, mexicans live in california
5,510 Jewish people live in vermont
It is impossible to accurately determine how many Hispanics live or lived in the USA since so many enter illegally and are undocumented.
About 8.7% of the population is Hispanic or Latino.
About 44% of the population or about 880,000.
there are 44.3 million "Hispanics" in the united states as of 2006....by the year 2050 it is said that the "Hispanics" will be the majority in the united states.Also the Hispanics will probally be 52.10 in AMERICA.
The national institution of elders of america says about 4 retirees live in vermont.
I think it is about 3,126,718. 16.2 percent
Hispanics, Italians and people around the world are usually the ones who live there but its mostly Hispanics
The current population is 626,000. This is for the whole state of Vermont.
33% of hispanics
the are approx 963 african american in state of vermont
there are 3 Hispanics that are currently in the senate.
Hispanics and Latino make up 27.4 % of the coty population.
9,5 million according to 2010 Census You're welcome