New Mexico has 219,237 Indian citizens, which make up nearly 10.5% of the state's entire population (2015 population estimates). There are 23 Indian tribes in New Mexico – 19 Pueblos, 3 Apache tribes and the Navajo Nation – each with its own government, lifeways, traditions, and culture.
Below is a tool provided by the U.S. Census Bureau which provides data on tribal areas across the United States. To use the "My Tribal Area" tool, you can either search the name of the tribe or choose a "State" then subsequently select your tribe of interest from the dropdown menu. The tool provides selected statistics from the American Community Survey published by the Census Bureau based on five-year estimates running from 2010-2014. Each profile provides selected social, housing and economic characteristics pertinent to each tribe.