List of Mexican states by indigenous-speaking population

Summary

Mexican states by population and percentage being indigenous speaking Mexicans.

Mexican states by percentage indigenous, 2010.
Mexican states by total indigenous population, 2010.

StatesEdit

Rank State Speaking Population (2010)[1] Percentage
1   Oaxaca 1,165,186 34.2%
2   Yucatán 537,516 30.3%
3   Chiapas 1,141,499 27.2%
4   Quintana Roo 196,060 16.7%
5   Guerrero 456,774 15.1%
6   Hidalgo 359,972 15.1%
7   Campeche 91,094 12.3%
8   Puebla 601,680 11.7%
9   San Luis Potosí 248,196 10.7%
10   Veracruz 644,559 9.4%
-   Mexico 6,695,228 6.7%
11   Nayarit 49,963 5.1%
12   Michoacán 136,608 3.5%
13   Chihuahua 104,014 3.5%
14   Tabasco 60,526 3.0%
15   México 376,830 2.8%
16   Tlaxcala 27,653 2.6%
17   Sonora 60,310 2.5%
18   Durango 30,894 2.1%
19   Morelos 31,388 2.0%
20   Baja California Sur 10,661 1.9%
21   Querétaro 29,585 1.8%
22   Ciudad de México 122,411 1.5%
23   Baja California 41,005 1.5%
24   Nuevo León 40,137 1.0%
25   Sinaloa 23,426 0.9%
26   Tamaulipas 23,296 0.8%
27   Jalisco 51,702 0.8%
28   Colima 3,983 0.7%
29   Zacatecas 4,924 0.4%
30   Guanajuato 14,835 0.3%
31   Coahuila 6,105 0.2%
32   Aguascalientes 2,436 0.2%

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Cuéntame INEGI". Retrieved February 26, 2013.