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cameronm    0

I predict Florida will have at least 40 million 80 million residents

Wow thats way too much, I'm thinking at least 22-25 million people or a little less.

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rjp212    204

Virginia: around 9,000,000

West Virginia: around 3,000,000

North Carolina: around 10,500,000

South Carolina: around 5,000,000

Georgia: around 10,500,000

Florida: around 27,000,000

Kentucky: don't really know the population of that state so can't say

Tennessee: around 7,000,000

Alabama: around 5,500,000

Mississippi: around 5,000,000

Louisiana: around 5,000,000

Arkansas: around 4,500,000

Oklahoma: around 5,000,000

Texas: around 32,000,000

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Texas: 26.9 million

Florida: 21.8 million

Georgia: 11.0 million

North Carolina 10.2 million

Virginia: 8.6 million

Tennessee: 6.6 million

Alabama: 4.9 million

South Carolina: 4.8 million

Louisiana: 4.8 million

Kentucky: 4.6 million

Oklahoma: 3.8 million

Mississippi: 3.2 million

Arkansas: 3.1 million

West Virginia: 1.9 million

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krazeeboi    115

From the US Census:

Alabama 4,956,000

Arkansas 2,922,000

Florida 18,497,000

Georgia 9,200,000

Kentucky 4,231,000

Louisiana 4,840,000

Mississippi 3,035,000

North Carolina 8,840,000

Oklahoma 3,789,000

South Carolina 4,369,000

Tennessee 6,365,000

Texas 24,280,000

Virginia 7,921,000

West Virginia 1,851,000

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Lady Celeste    58

From the US Census:

Alabama 4,956,000

Arkansas 2,922,000

Florida 18,497,000

Georgia 9,200,000

Kentucky 4,231,000

Louisiana 4,840,000

Mississippi 3,035,000

North Carolina 8,840,000

Oklahoma 3,789,000

South Carolina 4,369,000

Tennessee 6,365,000

Texas 24,280,000

Virginia 7,921,000

West Virginia 1,851,000

Yikes, based on this chart presented by krazeeboi (from the census bureau of course) and the actual numbers for 2005, Georgia's population will go from 9,072,576 to only 9,200,000. Let me get this right...so Georgia's population will only grow by 127,424 in 10 years. There is no way that could be right. More people than that will move into Gwinnett County alone in 10 years. Krazeeboi that was a bad chart they presented you.

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teshadoh    0

Rather conservative numbers:

Virginia, 8.5 million

West Virginia, 2 million

North Carolina, 10 million

South Carolina, 5 million

Georgia, 10.5 million

Florida, 23 million

Kentucky, 4.5 million

Tennessee, 6.5 million

Alabama, 4.5 million

Mississippi, 3 million

Louisiana, 4.5 million

Arkansas, 3 million

Oklahoma, 3.5 million

Texas, 27 million

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krazeeboi    115

Yikes, based on this chart presented by krazeeboi (from the census bureau of course) and the actual numbers for 2005, Georgia's population will go from 9,072,576 to only 9,200,000. Let me get this right...so Georgia's population will only grow by 127,424 in 10 years. There is no way that could be right. More people than that will move into Gwinnett County alone in 10 years. Krazeeboi that was a bad chart they presented you.

Hey, I'm only the messeger. :D

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Newnan    1

I predict Florida will have at least 40 million 80 million residents

This is only 10 years away

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Aporkalypse    1

Florida and Texas will be the boomers but I have to wonder if the rise in home prices will start to slow growth in Florida soon. I think South Florida and TB will slow some and places like Lakeland, Daytona/Ormond, Tallahassee, and Jacksonville will take up the slack but prices everwhere will grow. I think Orlando and Southwest FL will continue to boom regardless, as will Palm Beach Co.

Texas has miles and miles of real estate and the most affordable prices of any major metro areas. I think this will fuel even more growth in DFW, Houston, San Antonio and Austin. Also, immigration from Latin America will fuel a lot of the growth there as it should continue to do in Florida.

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