Total Population (Decennial Census)

Locations

Alabama, Alaska, and 50 other locations

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2010, Number

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Alphabetical by Location, Ascending
Alabama 4,779,736
Alaska 710,231
Arizona 6,392,017
Arkansas 2,915,918
California 37,253,956
Colorado 5,029,196
Connecticut 3,574,097
Delaware 897,934
District of Columbia 601,723
Florida 18,801,310
Georgia 9,687,653
Hawaii 1,360,301
Idaho 1,567,582
Illinois 12,830,632
Indiana 6,483,802
Iowa 3,046,355
Kansas 2,853,118
Kentucky 4,339,367
Louisiana 4,533,372
Maine 1,328,361
Maryland 5,773,552
Massachusetts 6,547,629
Michigan 9,883,640
Minnesota 5,303,925
Mississippi 2,967,297
Missouri 5,988,927
Montana 989,415
Nebraska 1,826,341
Nevada 2,700,551
New Hampshire 1,316,470
New Jersey 8,791,894
New Mexico 2,059,179
New York 19,378,102
North Carolina 9,535,483
North Dakota 672,591
Ohio 11,536,504
Oklahoma 3,751,351
Oregon 3,831,074
Pennsylvania 12,702,379
Puerto Rico 3,725,789
Rhode Island 1,052,567
South Carolina 4,625,364
South Dakota 814,180
Tennessee 6,346,105
Texas 25,145,561
Utah 2,763,885
Vermont 625,741
Virginia 8,001,024
Washington 6,724,540
West Virginia 1,852,994
Wisconsin 5,686,986
Wyoming 563,626

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

Notes: Data are as of April 1. A hyphen (-) indicates data are not available.

Measure: Total population, 2000 and 2010.

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