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US states population

Population statistics and maps (population, density and changes) for every state in the US. Most populated states are California, Texas and Florida; together these three states have population of almost 90 millions. States with largest population density are: District of Columbia (due large population and small area, with almost 10,000 p/mi2) and New Jersey (with approximately 1000 p/mi2). State with largest population changes (interval 2010-2015) is North Dakota, and the only state where population was reducing (for this period) is West Virginia. Below maps is a list with all states (or you can use search field).


Maps: Population, population density, population changes

Estimated population for 2015[1]. Population density is in p./sq.mi [2]. Changes are for period 2010-2015. Value is %/year. Boundary lines are approximatelly 2012 [3].

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State population, density and changes

Population density is in [p/mi²], changes are for period 2010-2015 in %/year. Click on state name to get more details, historical population and position on map.

state population
2015
density
p/mi²
changes
%/yr
Alabama 4858979 92.7 0.329
Alaska 738432 1.1 0.782
Arizona 6828065 59.9 1.329
Arkansas 2978204 56 0.424
California 39144818 239.1 0.995
Colorado 5456574 52.4 1.645
Connecticut 3590886 647.8 0.094
Delaware 945934 380.1 1.047
District of Columbia 672228 9836.5 2.241
Florida 20271272 308.3 1.517
Georgia 10214860 171.9 1.065
Hawaii 1431603 131 1.027
Idaho 1654930 19.8 1.09
Illinois 12859995 222.1 0.046
Indiana 6619680 181.8 0.416
Iowa 3123899 55.5 0.504
Kansas 2911641 35.4 0.407
Kentucky 4425092 109.5 0.392
Louisiana 4670724 89.2 0.599
Maine 1329328 37.6 0.015
Maryland 6006401 484.2 0.794
Massachusetts 6794422 643.8 0.743
Michigan 9922576 102.6 0.079
Minnesota 5489594 63.1 0.691
Mississippi 2992333 61.8 0.168
Missouri 6083672 87.3 0.314
state population
2015
density
p/mi²
changes
%/yr
Montana 1032949 7 0.865
Nebraska 1896190 24.5 0.753
Nevada 2890845 26.1 1.371
New Hampshire 1330608 142.3 0.214
New Jersey 8958013 1027 0.375
New Mexico 2085109 17.1 0.251
New York 19795791 362.9 0.427
North Carolina 10042802 186.6 1.042
North Dakota 756927 10.7 2.391
Ohio 11613423 259.1 0.133
Oklahoma 3911338 56 0.839
Oregon 4028977 41 1.012
Pennsylvania 12802503 278 0.157
Rhode Island 1056298 683.7 0.071
South Carolina 4896146 152.9 1.144
South Dakota 858469 11.1 1.065
Tennessee 6600299 156.6 0.789
Texas 27469114 102.3 1.783
Utah 2995919 35.3 1.625
Vermont 626042 65.1 0.01
Virginia 8382993 196 0.937
Washington 7170351 100.6 1.292
West Virginia 1844128 76.1 -0.096
Wisconsin 5771337 88.1 0.295
Wyoming 586107 6 0.785

Sources, notices

[1] State population - 2015, census.gov, retrieved 02/23/2016

[2] United States Summary: 2010, Population and Housing Unit Counts, 2010 Census of Population and Housing, State areas, PDF 35 Mb, September 2012. pp. V–2, 1 & 41 (Tables 1 & 18). Retrieved February 24, 2016.

[3] State boundaries, CSV files on boundaries.us, retrived 03/18/2016

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