America Counts today launches a state-by-state look at the demographic changes the new 2020 Census results reveal.
Our state profiles bring you all key population characteristics of your state and your county on one page.
See how they compare to the nation overall and to neighboring counties and states. Through interactive state and county maps for the 50 states, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico, each page provides a snapshot of change from 2010 to 2020 on five topics.
Here are some key national-level 2020 Census results to help you see how your state or county compares in each topic area:
Georgia - South
ALABAMA: 2020 Census
The Yellowhammer State’s population increased 5.1% to 5,024,279 from 2010 to 2020.
ALASKA: 2020 Census
The Last Frontier State was the least densely populated state in 2020 with a population of 733,391 (1.3 people per square mile), up 3.3% from 2010.
CALIFORNIA: 2020 Census
The Golden State’s population was 39,538,223 in 2020, a 6.1% increase since 2010 but slower than its 10% gain in the previous decade.
COLORADO: 2020 Census
The Centennial State’s population was 5,773,714 in 2020, making it one of 13 states and the District of Columbia that grew by 10.0% or more from 2010 to 2020.
CONNECTICUT: 2020 Census
Of the 47 U.S. states that gained population from 2010 to 2020, the Constitution State’s 0.9% growth to 3,605,944 was the slowest.
DELAWARE: 2020 Census
The population of The First State increased 10.2% to 989,948 from 2010 to 2020.
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA: 2020 Census
The Nation’s Capital joined 13 states with the biggest growth spurts from 2010 to 2020, with its population jumping 14.6% to nearly 690,000.
FLORIDA: 2020 Census
The Sunshine State’s 14.6% population growth from 2010 to 2020 pushed it past New York as the nation’s third most populous state.
GEORGIA: 2020 Census
The Peach State, with a 2020 population of 10,711,908, added 1,024,255 people last decade, making it one of five states with the largest numeric increases.
IDAHO: 2020 Census
The Gem State was second to Utah in population growth, jumping 17.3% to 1,839,106 from 2010 to 2020.
ILLINOIS: 2020 Census
The Prairie State’s population declined to 12.8 million in 2020. Only two other states lost population: West Virginia and Mississippi (along with Puerto Rico).
KENTUCKY: 2020 Census
The Bluegrass State added 166,469 people since 2010, a 3.8% increase to 4,505,836.
LOUISIANA: 2020 Census
The population of the Pelican State increased 2.7% to 4,657,757 from 2010 to 2020.
MAINE: 2020 Census
The Pine Tree State’s population was 1,362,359 in 2020, a 2.6% increase since 2010
MARYLAND: 2020 Census
The Old Line State added more than 400,000 people from 2010 to 2020, raising its population to 6,177,224.
MASSACHUSETTS: 2020 Census
The Bay State added more than 480,000 people last decade for a total population of 7,029,917 in 2020.
MICHIGAN: 2020 Census
The Wolverine State grew by 2.0% or 193,691 people from 2010 to 2020, raising its population to 10,077,331.
MINNESOTA: 2020 Census
The North Star State added 402,569 people from 2010 to 2020, bringing its population to 5,706,494.
MISSISSIPPI: 2020 Census
The Magnolia State’s population declined 0.2% from 2010 to 2020 to 2,961,279.
MONTANA: 2020 Census
The Big Sky Country State grew 9.6% from 2010 to 2020, raising its population to 1,084,225.
NEW HAMPSHIRE: 2020 Census
Population of the Granite State increased 4.6% to 1,377,529 from 2010 to 2020.
NEW JERSEY: 2020 Census
The Garden State gained almost 500,000 people from 2010 to 2020, bringing its population to 9,288,994, a 5.7% increase.
NEW MEXICO: 2020 Census
The Land of Enchantment State’s population was 2,117,522 in 2020, up 2.8% from 2010.
NEW YORK: 2020 Census
The population of the Empire State, the nation’s fourth most populous state, grew 4.2% to 20,201,249 from 2010 to 2020.
NORTH CAROLINA: 2020 Census
Population of the Old North State grew 9.5% to 10,439,388 from 2010 to 2020.
NORTH DAKOTA: 2020 Census
The Peace Garden State grew 15.8% from 2010 to 2020, to a population of 779,094.
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The U.S. Census Bureau provides the 50 states, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico with population counts to use in their redrawing of congressional and state legislative district boundaries — a process known as “redistricting.”
While the states are responsible for legislative redistricting, the Census Bureau provides population counts possible for the geographic areas the states need.
Redistricting Data Program
Public Law 94-171 requires the Census to provide state legislatures with the small area census population tabulations necessary for legislative redistricting.
2020 Census Redistricting Data Product Frequently Asked Questions
Information on plans to release the 2020 Census P.L. 94-171 Redistricting Data Summary Files.
Census Data Explorer (data.census.gov)
This is the first 2020 Census data release available on the Census Bureau’s data dissemination platform, data.census.gov. The site allows data users to search geographies down to the block level and access data through tables, maps and downloads.
Decennial Census P.L. 94-171 Redistricting Data Summary Files
Includes the official data, documentation, and support materials to assist in accessing P.L. 94-171 Redistricting Data.
Summary Tables for FTP Download
The U.S. Census Bureau is providing redistricting data as legacy format summary files for all states on August 12, 2021.
2020 Census Redistricting: Supplementary Tables
These tables present aggregated data on race and Hispanic origin from the 2020 Census Redistricting Data (P.L. 94-171)
The Census Geocoder - Group Quarters Assistance
People living in group quarters, such as nursing homes, military barracks, and college/university student housing, are among the unique populations counted in the 2020 Census.
Improvements to the 2020 Census Race and Hispanic Origin Question Designs, Data Processing, and Coding Procedures
This blog discusses how we improved the census questions on race and Hispanic origin, also known as ethnicity, between 2010 and 2020.
Local Population Changes and Nation’s Racial and Ethnic Diversity
The U.S. Census Bureau today released additional 2020 Census results showing an increase in the population of U.S. metro areas compared to a decade ago.
El Censo resalta cambios locales, diversidad racial y étnica del país
La Oficina del Censo de los EE. UU. entrega los datos para que los estados comiencen las actividades de redistribución legislativa.
2020 Census Redistricting Data Files Press Kit
States may use these data on race, Hispanic origin, and the voting-age population to redraw electoral district boundaries.