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Census Block Tallies by State or State Equivalent

For a discussion on why the number of census blocks increased 35% between 2000 and 2010, please see the Changes in the Number of Census Blocks, 2000-2010 [PDF] document.

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FIPS State Code Name Number of 2010 Census Blocks Number of 2000 Census Blocks Numerical Change, 2000-2010 Percent Change, 2000-2010
  United States 11,078,297 8,205,582 2,872,715 35.0
01 Alabama 252,266 175,220 77,046 44.0
02 Alaska 45,292 21,874 23,418 107.1
04 Arizona 241,666 158,294 83,372 52.7
05 Arkansas 186,211 141,178 45,033 31.9
06 California 710,145 533,163 176,982 33.2
08 Colorado 201,062 141,040 60,022 42.6
09 Connecticut 67,578 53,835 13,743 25.5
10 Delaware 24,115 17,483 6,632 37.9
11 District of Columbia 6,507 5,674 833 14.7
12 Florida 484,481 362,499 121,982 33.7
13 Georgia 291,086 214,576 76,510 35.7
15 Hawaii 25,016 18,990 6,026 31.7
16 Idaho 149,842 88,452 61,390 69.4
17 Illinois 451,554 366,137 85,417 23.3
18 Indiana 267,071 201,321 65,750 32.7
19 Iowa 216,007 168,075 47,932 28.5
20 Kansas 238,600 173,107 65,493 37.8
21 Kentucky 161,672 122,141 39,531 32.4
22 Louisiana 204,447 139,867 64,580 46.2
23 Maine 69,518 56,893 12,625 22.2
24 Maryland 145,247 79,128 66,119 83.6
25 Massachusetts 157,508 109,997 47,511 43.2
26 Michigan 329,885 258,925 70,960 27.4
27 Minnesota 259,777 200,222 59,555 29.7
28 Mississippi 171,778 136,150 35,628 26.2
29 Missouri 343,565 241,532 102,033 42.2
30 Montana 132,288 99,018 33,270 33.6
31 Nebraska 193,352 133,692 59,660 44.6
32 Nevada 84,538 60,831 23,707 39.0
33 New Hampshire 48,837 34,728 14,109 40.6
34 New Jersey 169,588 141,342 28,246 20.0
35 New Mexico 168,609 137,055 31,554 23.0
36 New York 350,169 298,506 51,663 17.3
37 North Carolina 288,987 232,403 56,584 24.3
38 North Dakota 133,769 84,351 49,418 58.6
39 Ohio 365,344 277,807 87,537 31.5
40 Oklahoma 269,118 176,064 93,054 52.9
41 Oregon 196,621 156,232 40,389 25.9
42 Pennsylvania 421,545 322,424 99,121 30.7
44 Rhode Island 25,181 21,023 4,158 19.8
45 South Carolina 181,908 143,919 37,989 26.4
46 South Dakota 88,360 77,951 10,409 13.4
47 Tennessee 240,116 182,203 57,913 31.8
48 Texas 914,231 675,062 239,169 35.4
49 Utah 115,406 74,704 40,702 54.5
50 Vermont 32,580 24,824 7,756 31.2
51 Virginia 285,762 145,399 140,363 96.5
53 Washington 195,574 170,871 24,703 14.5
54 West Virginia 135,218 81,788 53,430 65.3
55 Wisconsin 253,096 200,348 52,748 26.3
56 Wyoming 86,204 67,264 18,940 28.2
           
72 Puerto Rico 77,189 56,781 20,408 35.9

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Source: U.S. Census Bureau | Geography | (301) 763-1128 |  Last Revised: June 25, 2013