Census figures show Arizona's Hispanic population grew by more than 46 percent between 2000 and 2010.
Hispanics now make up nearly 30 percent of the state's residents, up from slightly more than 25 percent during the 2000 census. That's slightly below earlier estimates.
The state's white population fell to less than 60 percent, down from 65 percent in 2000.
The U.S. Census Bureau counted 6.39 million Arizonans last year, up from 5.13 million in 2000.
Hispanics made up 1.89 million of the population, up from 1.29 million a decade earlier. The state's white population grew from 3.38 million to 3.75 million, but its 14 percent growth rate failed to keep up with the
The census does not tally citizenship.