Distribution condition of Korean American population in 50 States based on 2000 Census report.

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State                            Year 1990           Year 2000      Increase Rate(%)
California                         “259,941”          “345,882”        33.1
New York                        “95,648”           “119.846”        25.3
New Jersey                      “38,540”           “65,349”          69.6
Illinois                              “41,506”           “51,453”          24
Washington                      “29,697”           “43,880”         57.9
Texas                              “31,775”           “45,571”         43.4
Virginia                             “30,161”           “45,279”        50.1
Maryland                           “30,320”           “39,155”        29.1
Pennsylvania                      “26,787”           “31,612”        18
Georgia                             “15,275”           “28,745”        88.2
Hawaii                               “24,454”           “23,537”       -3.7
Michigan                            “16,316”           “20,866”        28
Florida                               “12,404”           “19,139”        54.3
Massachusetts                    “11,744”           “17,369”        47.9
Colorado                            “11,339”           “15,395”        44.6
Ohio                                  “11,237”           “13,376”       19
North Carolina                     “7,267”             “12,600”       73.4
Minnesota                          “11,576”           “12,584”        8.7
Oregon                              “8,668”            “12,387”        42.9
Arizona                               “5,883”             “9,123”        55.6
Nevada                               “4,315”             “7,554”        75.1
Indiana                               “5,475”             “7,502”        37
Tennessee                          “4,508”             “7,395”        64
Connecticut                         “5,126”             “7,064”       37.8
Wisconsin                             “5,618”             “6,800”      21
Missouri                                “5,731”             “6,76        18.1
Oklahoma                             “4,717”             “5,074”     7.6
Iowa                                   “4,618”             “5,063”      9.6
Alaska                                  “4,163”             “4,573”      9.8
Kansas                                 “4,016”             “4,529”      12.8
Alabama                               “3,454”             “4,177”      19.2
Kentucky                              “2,972”             “3,818”      28.5
South Carolina                       “2,577”             “3,665”      42.2
Utah                                    “2,829”             “3,473”      32.1
Louisiana                              “2,750”             “2,876”       4.6
Nebraska                              “1,943”             “2,423”      24.7
Delaware                              “1,229”             “1,991”      62
New Hampshire                     “1,501”             “1,800”      19.9
New Mexico                          “1,464”             “1,791”      22.3
Rhode Island                         “1,294”             “1,560”      20.6
Arkansas                               “1,037”             “1,500”      49.5
Mississippi                              “1,123”             “1,334”      18.8
Idaho                                   “935”             “1,250”         33.7
Washington D.C.                    “814”             “1,095”         34.5
Maine                                   “858”                “875”         2
West Virginia                         “777”                “857”         10.3
Montana                               “668”                “833”         24.7
Vermont                               “563”                “669”         18.8
South Dakota                        “525”                “584”         11.2
Wyoming                              “402”                “412”         2.5
North Dakota                        “526”                “411”         -21.9

Total                                    “798,849”        “1,076,872”        34.8

                State                            Year 1990           Year 2000      Increase Rate(%)California                         “259,941”          “345,882”        33.1New York                        “95,648”           “119.846”        25.3New Jersey                      “38,540”           “65,349”          69.6Illinois                              “41,506”           “51,453”          24Washington                      “29,697”           “43,880”         57.9Texas                              “31,775”           “45,571”         43.4Virginia                             “30,161”           “45,279”        50.1Maryland                           “30,320”           “39,155”        29.1Pennsylvania                      “26,787”           “31,612”        18Georgia                             “15,275”           “28,745”        88.2Hawaii                               “24,454”           “23,537”       -3.7Michigan                            “16,316”           “20,866”        28Florida                               “12,404”           “19,139”        54.3Massachusetts                    “11,744”           “17,369”        47.9Colorado                            “11,339”           “15,395”        44.6Ohio                                  “11,237”           “13,376”       19North Carolina                     “7,267”             “12,600”       73.4Minnesota                          “11,576”           “12,584”        8.7Oregon                              “8,668”            “12,387”        42.9Arizona                               “5,883”             “9,123”        55.6Nevada                               “4,315”             “7,554”        75.1Indiana                               “5,475”             “7,502”        37Tennessee                          “4,508”       …

                State                            Year 1990           Year 2000      Increase Rate(%)California                         “259,941”          “345,882”        33.1New York                        “95,648”           “119.846”        25.3New Jersey                      “38,540”           “65,349”          69.6Illinois                              “41,506”           “51,453”          24Washington                      “29,697”           “43,880”         57.9Texas                              “31,775”           “45,571”         43.4Virginia                             “30,161”           “45,279”        50.1Maryland                           “30,320”           “39,155”        29.1Pennsylvania                      “26,787”           “31,612”        18Georgia                             “15,275”           “28,745”        88.2Hawaii                               “24,454”           “23,537”       -3.7Michigan                            “16,316”           “20,866”        28Florida                               “12,404”           “19,139”        54.3Massachusetts                    “11,744”           “17,369”        47.9Colorado                            “11,339”           “15,395”        44.6Ohio                                  “11,237”           “13,376”       19North Carolina                     “7,267”             “12,600”       73.4Minnesota                          “11,576”           “12,584”        8.7Oregon                              “8,668”            “12,387”        42.9Arizona                               “5,883”             “9,123”        55.6Nevada                               “4,315”             “7,554”        75.1Indiana                               “5,475”             “7,502”        37Tennessee                          “4,508”       …

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