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By: Alex Carrick on January 25th, 2021

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Latest Year Changes in U.S. State Resident Counts

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The Census Bureau recently released the latest year changes in U.S. state resident population counts. Below are the key findings:

  • U.S. latest 10-year annual average population change = +0.65%. 
  • U.S. population change July 1, 2019 to July 1, 2020 = +0.35%.
  • The Top 10 fastest annual average (2010 to 2020) rates of population advance have occurred in:
    District of Columbia, +1.78%;
    Utah, 1.71%;
    Idaho and Texas, each +1.63%;
    Nevada, +1.61%
    Arizona, +1.58%;
    Florida, +1.53%;
    Colorado, +1.51%;
    Washington State, +1.41%; and
    North Dakota, +1.34%.
  • A decline in population has been underway in New York for the past five years.
  • Illinois has been experiencing population shrinkage for the past seven years.
  • The latest year (July 1, 2019 to July 1, 2020) is the first time California has recorded a drop in population.

Table 1: Latest Year Changes in U.S. State Resident Counts
July 1, 2019 to July 1, 2020

Texas and Florida had the biggest nominal population increase between July 1, 2019 and July 1, 2020.

Data source: U.S. Census Bureau.
Table: ConstructConnect.


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About Alex Carrick

Alex Carrick is Chief Economist for ConstructConnect. He has delivered presentations throughout North America on the U.S., Canadian and world construction outlooks. Mr. Carrick has been with the company since 1985.