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Wyoming 584,153 138,323 364,189 81,641
Wisconsin 5,757,564 1,300,189 3,581,507 875,868
West Virginia 1,850,326 380,147 1,141,567 328,612
Washington 7,061,530 1,602,721 4,466,054 992,755
Virginia 8,326,289 1,869,115 5,310,288 1,146,886
Vermont 626,562 121,586 398,777 106,199
Utah 2,942,902 904,115 1,743,527 295,260
Texas 26,956,958 7,115,614 16,742,263 3,099,081
Tennessee 6,549,352 1,494,526 4,069,126 985,700
South Dakota 853,175 210,407 512,545 130,223
South Carolina 4,832,482 1,084,748 2,985,869 761,865
Rhode Island 1,055,173 212,852 676,174 166,147
Puerto Rico 3,548,397 772,752 2,158,638 617,007
Pennsylvania 12,787,209 2,700,893 7,951,795 2,134,521
Oregon 3,970,239 858,022 2,478,330 633,887
Oklahoma 3,878,051 952,699 2,362,821 562,531
Ohio 11,594,163 2,638,304 7,156,690 1,799,169
North Dakota 739,482 168,527 465,957 104,998
North Carolina 9,943,964 2,287,549 6,193,053 1,463,362
New York 19,746,227 4,228,906 12,619,227 2,898,094
New Mexico 2,085,572 501,949 1,264,768 318,855
New Jersey 8,938,175 2,012,081 5,612,591 1,313,503
New Hampshire 1,326,813 267,141 848,609 211,063
Nevada 2,839,099 663,225 1,774,027 401,847
Nebraska 1,881,503 466,609 1,143,905 270,989
Montana 1,023,579 225,024 627,400 171,155
Missouri 6,063,589 1,392,623 3,738,751 932,215
Mississippi 2,994,079 731,269 1,834,427 428,383
Minnesota 5,457,173 1,281,826 3,395,205 780,142
Michigan 9,909,877 2,223,790 6,156,035 1,530,052
Massachusetts 6,745,408 1,390,468 4,338,703 1,016,237
Maryland 5,976,407 1,350,544 3,803,603 822,260
Maine 1,330,089 258,977 827,605 243,507
Louisiana 4,649,676 1,113,493 2,903,289 632,894
Kentucky 4,413,457 1,012,614 2,746,329 654,514
Kansas 2,904,021 722,666 1,765,896 415,459
Iowa 3,107,126 725,954 1,889,823 491,349
Indiana 6,596,855 1,581,927 4,073,484 941,444
Illinois 12,880,580 2,988,474 8,103,573 1,788,533
Idaho 1,634,464 431,080 970,008 233,376
Hawaii 1,419,561 308,444 882,963 228,154
Georgia 10,097,343 2,493,282 6,352,523 1,251,538
Florida 19,893,297 4,053,584 12,048,169 3,791,544
District of Columbia 658,893 115,305 468,834 74,754
Delaware 935,614 204,247 577,460 153,907
Connecticut 3,596,677 775,430 2,265,324 555,923
Colorado 5,355,866 1,246,372 3,429,479 680,015
California 38,802,500 9,153,152 24,656,301 4,993,047
Arkansas 2,966,369 707,019 1,793,159 466,191
Arizona 6,731,484 1,621,692 4,039,575 1,070,217
Alaska 736,732 186,543 480,776 69,413
Alabama 4,849,377 1,107,571 2,997,874 743,932

Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Population Division, Population Estimates.

Notes: Data are as of July 1 of the year indicated. A hyphen (-) indicates data are not available.

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