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Population Change (Decennial Census) Change

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Alabama, Alaska, and 50 other locations

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Wyoming 69,844
Wisconsin 323,311
West Virginia 44,650
Washington 830,419
Virginia 922,509
Vermont 16,914
Utah 530,716
Texas 4,293,741
Tennessee 656,822
South Dakota 59,336
South Carolina 613,352
Rhode Island 4,248
Puerto Rico -82,821
Pennsylvania 421,325
Oregon 409,675
Oklahoma 300,697
Ohio 183,364
North Dakota 30,391
North Carolina 1,486,170
New York 401,645
New Mexico 240,133
New Jersey 377,544
New Hampshire 80,684
Nevada 702,294
Nebraska 115,078
Montana 87,220
Missouri 393,716
Mississippi 122,639
Minnesota 384,446
Michigan -54,804
Massachusetts 198,532
Maryland 477,066
Maine 53,438
Louisiana 64,396
Kentucky 297,598
Kansas 164,700
Iowa 120,031
Indiana 403,317
Illinois 411,339
Idaho 273,629
Hawaii 148,764
Georgia 1,501,200
Florida 2,818,932
District of Columbia 29,664
Delaware 114,334
Connecticut 168,532
Colorado 727,935
California 3,382,308
Arkansas 242,518
Arizona 1,261,385
Alaska 83,299
Alabama 332,636

Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Decennial Census.

Notes: Data are for the period from April 1 of 2000 to April 1 of 2010. A hyphen (-) indicates data are not available.

Measure: Total population change, 2000 through 2010.

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