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2020 Census Redistricting Data Now Available on data.census.gov

Texas Added the Most People but California Still Most Populous

Population

Texas Added the Most People but California Still Most Populous

Population

District of Columbia Grew the Fastest

Does your state outrank others in population growth? Has it been losing people? Is it in the top or bottom in population size or somewhere in the middle?

Hover over any state on the interactive map below and get an instant look at how your state and every state’s population has changed from April 1, 2010, to July 1, 2017. Move the cursor down to the bars and see how your state compares to others. Slide over to the graphic lines on the right and follow the change in population every year since 2010 for every state, the District of Columbia and the United States.


Derick Moore is a Senior Communications Specialist at the Census Bureau.


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