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Total Change Births Deaths Net International Migration Net Domestic Migration
Alabama 15,381 58,059 49,793 5,606 2,034
Alaska -527 11,221 4,245 2,115 -10,137
Arizona 96,487 86,868 51,748 14,234 41,975
Arkansas 7,604 38,049 29,231 3,233 -3,890
California 371,107 505,903 255,787 161,318 -32,090
Colorado 83,780 66,284 34,337 10,685 40,318
Connecticut -2,664 36,499 29,579 17,022 -26,216
Delaware 10,374 11,134 8,278 2,387 4,790
District of Columbia 9,782 9,647 5,228 3,760 1,173
Florida 292,986 214,567 187,102 112,306 138,546
Georgia 102,584 129,389 75,557 24,818 22,106
Hawaii 10,574 19,125 11,482 8,591 -5,141
Idaho 21,621 22,945 11,628 1,695 7,694
Illinois -9,972 157,330 103,766 32,453 -94,956
Indiana 26,142 83,206 58,212 10,472 -7,849
Iowa 14,785 38,673 27,706 5,368 -810
Kansas 8,220 40,001 24,023 5,947 -13,804
Kentucky 13,874 55,221 42,647 5,979 -3,785
Louisiana 20,392 62,349 42,896 7,519 -6,085
Maine 1,387 12,662 13,137 1,377 531
Maryland 37,670 73,047 47,373 28,954 -15,295
Massachusetts 36,534 73,248 55,020 37,285 -16,354
Michigan 11,684 112,748 90,366 20,094 -28,679
Minnesota 35,113 68,982 39,728 14,002 -6,696
Mississippi 1,873 38,206 29,573 2,250 -9,382
Missouri 18,672 74,988 56,033 8,641 -8,074
Montana 8,715 12,243 9,089 766 4,550
Nebraska 12,534 25,961 14,658 3,805 -2,551
Nevada 47,605 35,153 21,702 8,456 23,623
New Hampshire 4,197 12,338 10,834 2,026 1,117
New Jersey 26,673 103,440 71,699 51,626 -55,469
New Mexico -1,323 26,805 16,863 2,672 -14,154
New York 50,547 240,710 154,357 118,799 -153,921
North Carolina 95,047 120,099 83,750 21,188 36,257
North Dakota 15,625 10,780 5,879 1,290 8,974
Ohio 22,158 137,999 111,233 17,536 -18,243
Oklahoma 24,933 53,091 37,703 5,691 4,377
Oregon 42,171 45,209 33,295 6,862 22,670
Pennsylvania 5,913 142,032 128,600 29,060 -31,448
Puerto Rico - - - - -
Rhode Island 1,819 10,918 9,543 4,290 -3,387
South Carolina 60,553 57,401 44,230 6,294 38,614
South Dakota 7,665 12,217 6,893 1,449 562
Tennessee 52,083 80,172 61,664 9,160 24,511
Texas 451,321 386,786 178,395 84,637 154,467
Utah 40,115 51,447 15,306 5,465 -1,235
Vermont -293 6,006 5,238 719 -1,549
Virginia 55,944 103,597 62,485 34,010 -20,400
Washington 87,788 87,995 52,257 23,833 28,063
West Virginia -3,269 20,466 21,735 1,164 -2,749
Wisconsin 14,611 66,735 47,602 6,550 -9,931
Wyoming 930 7,626 4,511 485 -2,672

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

Notes: Data are for the period from July 1 of the earlier year to June 30 of the later year. A hyphen (-) indicates data are not available.

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