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Old 12-30-2013, 12:19 PM
 
Location: Atlanta
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These numbers are down right shocking considering how we were just booming for the past 3 years. Now going into 2014, growth across the country has slowed almost to a crawl. This is crazy.

At least we can know what to expect with regards to the 2013 MSA/CSA figures.

Alabama- 4,833,722
Alaska- 735,132
Arizona- 6,626,624
Arkansas- 2,959,373
California- 38,332,521
Colorado- 5,268,367
Connecticut- 3,596,080
Delaware- 925,749
District of Columbia- 646,449
Florida- 19,552,860
Georgia- 9,992,167
Hawaii- 1,404,054
Idaho- 1,612,136
Illinois- 12,882,135
Indiana- 6,570,902
Iowa- 3,090,416
Kansas- 2,893,957
Kentucky- 4,395,295
Louisiana- 4,625,470
Maine- 1,328,302
Maryland- 5,928,814
Massachusetts- 6,692,824
Michigan- 9,895,622
Minnesota- 5,420,380
Mississippi- 2,991,207
Missouri- 6,044,171
Montana- 1,015,165
Nebraska- 1,868,516
Nevada- 2,790,136
New Hampshire- 1,323,459
New Jersey-8,899,339
New Mexico- 2,085,287
New York- 19,651,127
North Carolina- 9,848,060
North Dakota- 723,393
Ohio- 11,570,808
Oklahoma- 3,850,568
Oregon- 3,930,065
Pennsylvania- 12,773,801
Rhode Island- 1,051,511
South Carolina- 4,774,839
South Dakota- 844,877
Tennessee- 6,495,978
Texas- 26,448,193
Utah- 2,900,872
Vermont- 626,630
Virginia- 8,260,405
Washington- 6,971,406
West Virginia- 1,854,304
Wisconsin- 5,742,713
Wyoming- 582,658
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Old 12-30-2013, 12:22 PM
 
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It would be nice if this had 2012 populations or how much each state moved.
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Old 12-30-2013, 12:42 PM
 
Location: Maryland
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These numbers are down right shocking considering how we were just booming for the past 3 years. Now going into 2014, growth across the country has slowed almost to a crawl. This is crazy.

At least we can know what to expect with regards to the 2013 MSA/CSA figures.
The US grew by ~2.26 million from 2010 to 2011; ~2.29 million from 2011 to 2012; and ~2.26 million from 2012 to 2013 according to census estimates. Data for 2013 look pretty similar to the past few years.
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Old 12-30-2013, 12:52 PM
 
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GA is getting ready to reach the 10 million mark.
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Old 12-30-2013, 01:12 PM
 
Location: Atlanta
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GA is getting ready to reach the 10 million mark.

From reputable sources at Turner, it is approx 10,019,944 as of November 2013.

Does anyone this ND or SD will ever reach 1 million?
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Old 12-30-2013, 01:31 PM
 
Location: Mexico City, formerly Columbus, Ohio
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It would be nice if this had 2012 populations or how much each state moved.
Numerical Growth Rank Change Between 2010-2011 and 2012-2013

1. Ohio: +18
2. Michigan: +16
3. North Dakota: +14
4. Nevada: +11
5. Missouri: +6
6. Montana: +6
7. South Dakota: +6
8. Idaho: +5
9. Colorado: +4
10. Oklahoma: +4
11. South Carolina: +4
12. Rhode Island: +3
13. Wyoming: +3
14. Arizona: +2
15. Hawaii: +2
16. Indiana: +2
17. Nebraska: +2
18. North Carolina: +2
19. Iowa: +1
20. Utah: +1
21. Washington: +1
22. California: 0
23. Delaware: 0
24. Florida: 0
25. Massachusetts: 0
26. Minnesota: 0
27. New Hampshire: 0
28. Puerto Rico: 0
29. Texas: 0
30. Alabama: -1
31. Georgia: -1
32. Maine: -1
33. Vermont: -1
34. Louisiana: -2
35. Oregon: -2
36. Tennessee: -2
37. Wisconsin: -2
38. Maryland: -3
39. Mississippi: -3
40. New Jersey: -3
41. Virginia: -3
42. Alaska: -4
43. Kansas: -5
44. Kentucky: -5
45. New York: -5
46. West Virginia: -5
47. Washington DC: -6
48. Connecticut: -7
49. Illinois: -7
50. Arkansas: -12
51. New Mexico: -13
52. Pennsylvania: -21

So basically, while not showing total numerical changes, it does show which states slowed down and which states had their growth rates increase. The Midwest did very well, with 8 states in the top 20. The Mountain West had 5, the South 3, the Southwest 2, the Northeast 1 and the West 2.
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Old 12-30-2013, 01:47 PM
 
Location: Piedmont, CA
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Wow@Georgia

And I like the color scheme of your post isawooty.
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Old 12-30-2013, 01:51 PM
 
Location: Nob Hill, San Francisco, CA
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California- 38,332,521
+1,078,565 since the census

Golden State's golden moment
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Old 12-30-2013, 02:00 PM
 
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At this rate MA maybe able to take back an electoral vote/Congressional district.
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Old 12-30-2013, 02:03 PM
 
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These numbers are down right shocking considering how we were just booming for the past 3 years. Now going into 2014, growth across the country has slowed almost to a crawl. This is crazy.

At least we can know what to expect with regards to the 2013 MSA/CSA figures.

Alabama- 4,833,722
Alaska- 735,132
Arizona- 6,626,624
Arkansas- 2,959,373
California- 38,332,521
Colorado- 5,268,367
Connecticut- 3,596,080
Delaware- 925,749
District of Columbia- 646,449
Florida- 19,552,860
Georgia- 9,992,167
Hawaii- 1,404,054
Idaho- 1,612,136
Illinois- 12,882,135
Indiana- 6,570,902
Iowa- 3,090,416
Kansas- 2,893,957
Kentucky- 4,395,295
Louisiana- 4,625,470
Maine- 1,328,302
Maryland- 5,928,814
Massachusetts- 6,692,824
Michigan- 9,895,622
Minnesota- 5,420,380
Mississippi- 2,991,207
Missouri- 6,044,171
Montana- 1,015,165
Nebraska- 1,868,516
Nevada- 2,790,136
New Hampshire- 1,323,459
New Jersey-8,899,339
New Mexico- 2,085,287
New York- 19,651,127
North Carolina- 9,848,060
North Dakota- 723,393
Ohio- 11,570,808
Oklahoma- 3,850,568
Oregon- 3,930,065
Pennsylvania- 12,773,801
Rhode Island- 1,051,511
South Carolina- 4,774,839
South Dakota- 844,877
Tennessee- 6,495,978
Texas- 26,448,193
Utah- 2,900,872
Vermont- 626,630
Virginia- 8,260,405
Washington- 6,971,406
West Virginia- 1,854,304
Wisconsin- 5,742,713
Wyoming- 582,658
I think it's pretty crazy that Washington D.C. will surpass the population projection's made years ago that I posted in 2011 that everyone on city-data.com seemed to think was wishful thinking. After the wait and see approach we all took back in 2011 till now, it's always interesting to go back and see what people were saying years ago. With a July 1, 2013 population of 646,449 people in D.C., the city is headed for the 669,800 total population going into 2015 which isn't supposed to happen for another 7 years.

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D.C. population as of November 2010 and projections:

2010 = 601,723 (2010 census)
2015 = 651,500
2020 = 669,800
2025 = 693,800
2030 = 711,900
2035 = 730,400
2040 = 760,500

population projections
http://www.mwcog.org/uploads/pub-documents/oV5fV1o20110120090230.pdf
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