U.S. and State Decennial Census Population Counts, 1990-2010


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U.S. and State Decennial Census Resident1 Population Counts, 1990-2010      
             
Percent Change
State April 1, 2010 April 1, 20002 April 1, 1990r   2000-2010 1990-2000
United States 308,745,538 281,421,906 248,790,925   9.7 13.1
Alabama 4,779,736 4,447,100 4,040,389 7.5 10.1
Alaska 710,231 626,932 550,043 13.3 14.0
Arizona 6,392,017 5,130,632 3,665,339 24.6 40.0
Arkansas 2,915,918 2,673,400 2,350,624 9.1 13.7
California 37,253,956 33,871,648 29,811,427 10.0 13.6
Colorado 5,029,196 4,301,261 3,294,473 16.9 30.6
Connecticut 3,574,097 3,405,565 3,287,116 4.9 3.6
Delaware 897,934 783,600 666,168 14.6 17.6
Dist. of Col. 601,723 572,059 606,900 5.2 -5.7
Florida 18,801,310 15,982,378 12,938,071 17.6 23.5
Georgia 9,687,653 8,186,453 6,478,149 18.3 26.4
Hawaii 1,360,301 1,211,537 1,108,229 12.3 9.3
Idaho 1,567,582 1,293,953 1,006,734 21.1 28.5
Illinois 12,830,632 12,419,293 11,430,602 3.3 8.6
Indiana 6,483,802 6,080,485 5,544,156 6.6 9.7
Iowa 3,046,355 2,926,324 2,776,831 4.1 5.4
Kansas 2,853,118 2,688,418 2,477,588 6.1 8.5
Kentucky 4,339,367 4,041,769 3,686,892 7.4 9.6
Louisiana 4,533,372 4,468,976 4,221,826 1.4 5.9
Maine 1,328,361 1,274,923 1,227,928 4.2 3.8
Maryland 5,773,552 5,296,486 4,780,753 9.0 10.8
Massachusetts 6,547,629 6,349,097 6,016,425 3.1 5.5
Michigan 9,883,640 9,938,444 9,295,287 -0.6 6.9
Minnesota 5,303,925 4,919,479 4,375,665 7.8 12.4
Mississippi 2,967,297 2,844,658 2,575,475 4.3 10.5
Missouri 5,988,927 5,595,211 5,116,901 7.0 9.3
Montana 989,415 902,195 799,065 9.7 12.9
Nebraska 1,826,341 1,711,263 1,578,417 6.7 8.4
Nevada 2,700,551 1,998,257 1,201,675 35.1 66.3
New Hampshire 1,316,470 1,235,786 1,109,252 6.5 11.4
New Jersey 8,791,894 8,414,350 7,747,750 4.5 8.6
New Mexico 2,059,179 1,819,046 1,515,069 13.2 20.1
New York 19,378,102 18,976,457 17,990,778 2.1 5.5
North Carolina 9,535,483 8,049,313 6,632,448 18.5 21.4
North Dakota 672,591 642,200 638,800 4.7 0.5
Ohio 11,536,504 11,353,140 10,847,115 1.6 4.7
Oklahoma 3,751,351 3,450,654 3,145,576 8.7 9.7
Oregon 3,831,074 3,421,399 2,842,337 12.0 20.4
Pennsylvania 12,702,379 12,281,054 11,882,842 3.4 3.4
Rhode Island 1,052,567 1,048,319 1,003,464 0.4 4.5
South Carolina 4,625,364 4,012,012 3,486,310 15.3 15.1
South Dakota 814,180 754,844 696,004 7.9 8.5
Tennessee 6,346,105 5,689,283 4,877,203 11.5 16.7
Texas 25,145,561 20,851,820 16,986,335 20.6 22.8
Utah 2,763,885 2,233,169 1,722,850 23.8 29.6
Vermont 625,741 608,827 562,758 2.8 8.2
Virginia 8,001,024 7,078,515 6,189,197 13.0 14.4
Washington 6,724,540 5,894,121 4,866,669 14.1 21.1
West Virginia 1,852,994 1,808,344 1,793,477 2.5 0.8
Wisconsin 5,686,986 5,363,675 4,891,954 6.0 9.6
Wyoming 563,626 493,782 453,589 14.1 8.9
r   Revised.
1  The resident population for each state does not include the overseas U.S. military and federal civilian employees 
    (and their dependents living with them).  This overseas population is allocated to their home states or the District 
    of Columbia and is used only for apportion counts.  These resident population counts are the figures on which the 
    population characteristics will be based. 
2  Data for 2000 are shown "as enumerated" and have not been revised.
Source: U.S. Census Bureau.  The 2010 data were released December 21, 2010.
Table prepared by: Bureau of Business and Economic Research, University of New Mexico.