New Mexico Census Data
Data for New Mexico show that the five most populous incorporated places and their 2010 Census counts are Albuquerque, 545,852; Las Cruces, 97,618; Rio Rancho, 87,521; Santa Fe, 67,947; and Roswell, 48,366. Albuquerque grew by 21.7 percent since the 2000 Census. Las Cruces grew by 31.4 percent, Rio Rancho grew by 69.1 percent, Santa Fe grew by 9.2 percent, and Roswell grew by 6.8 percent.
The largest county is Bernalillo, with a population of 662,564. Its population grew by 19.0 percent since 2000. The other counties in the top five include Doña Ana, with a population of 209,233 (increase of 19.8 percent); Santa Fe, 144,170 (increase of 11.5 percent); Sandoval, 131,561 (increase of 46.3 percent); and San Juan, 130,044 (increase of 14.3 percent).
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