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Unformatted text preview: The map would be more specific and colorful. If I were to use less, it would only point out the very high percentage states, and become less specific. C. On the map I notice a clear pattern. Every state that borders Mexico has a Hispanic population higher then 25%. The high populations of Chicago, New York, Las Vegas and Denver (and their surrounding areas) are responsible for the medium/high Hispanic populations of their housing state. D. I believe that states bordering Mexico are where Hispanics first began to congregate. From there, states that have extremely large metropolitan areas are likely to have around an overall Hispanic population of 15%....
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course GEOG 107 taught by Professor Reynolds during the Winter '07 term at Southern Oregon.
- Winter '07