All Taos County population data above are from the US Census Bureau except for the population projection data, which are from the University of New Mexico, Geospatial and Population Studies Group. New Mexico County Population Projections July 1, 2010 to July 1, 2040. Released November 2012. Downloaded April 2014.
With 33,084 people, Taos County is the 14th most populated county in the state of New Mexico out of 33 counties. But watch out, Taos County, because Grant County with 29,096 people and San Miguel County with 28,239 people are right behind you.
The largest Taos County racial/ethnic groups are Hispanic (56.2%) followed by White (35.9%) and American Indian (3.7%).
In 2013, the median household income of Taos County residents was $31,653. Taos County households made slightly more than Quay County households ($30,802) and Torrance County households ($31,161) . However, 29.7% of Taos County residents live in poverty.
The median age for Taos County residents is 46.1 years young.
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