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2004 Population Estimates US States, etc

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Here are the latest population estimates as of July 2004 for the USA, States, DC, & Puerto Rico. It looks like 2003's estimates were revised again which they seem to be doing every time there's a new yearly estimate.

.........................2004 est. | 2003 est.

United States : 293,655,404 | 290,788,976

1 California : 35,893,799 | 35,462,712

2 Texas : 22,490,022 | 22,103,374

3 New York : 19,227,088 | 19,212,425

4 Florida : 17,397,161 | 16,999,181

5 Illinois : 12,713,634 | 12,649,087

6 Pennsylvania : 12,406,292 | 12,370,761

7 Ohio : 11,459,011 | 11,437,680

8 Michigan : 10,112,620 | 10,082,364

9 Georgia : 8,829,383 | 8,676,460

10 New Jersey : 8,698,879 | 8,642,412

11 North Carolina : 8,541,221 | 8,421,190

12 Virginia : 7,459,827 | 7,365,284

13 Massachusetts : 6,416,505 | 6,420,357

14 Indiana : 6,237,569 | 6,199,571

15 Washington : 6,203,788 | 6,131,298

16 Tennessee : 5,900,962 | 5,845,208

17 Missouri : 5,754,618 | 5,719,204

18 Arizona : 5,743,834 | 5,579,222

19 Maryland : 5,558,058 | 5,512,310

20 Wisconsin : 5,509,026 | 5,474,290

21 Minnesota : 5,100,958 | 5,064,172

22 Colorado : 4,601,403 | 4,547,633

23 Alabama : 4,530,182 | 4,503,726

24 Louisiana : 4,515,770 | 4,493,665

25 South Carolina : 4,198,068 | 4,148,744

26 Kentucky : 4,145,922 | 4,118,189

27 Oregon : 3,594,586 | 3,564,330

28 Oklahoma : 3,523,553 | 3,506,469

29 Connecticut : 3,503,604 | 3,486,960

30 Iowa : 2,954,451 | 2,941,976

31 Mississippi : 2,902,966 | 2,882,594

32 Arkansas : 2,752,629 | 2,727,774

33 Kansas : 2,735,502 | 2,724,786

34 Utah : 2,389,039 | 2,352,119

35 Nevada : 2,334,771 | 2,242,207

36 New Mexico : 1,903,289 | 1,878,562

37 West Virginia : 1,815,354 | 1,811,440

38 Nebraska : 1,747,214 | 1,737,475

39 Idaho : 1,393,262 | 1,367,034

40 Maine : 1,317,253 | 1,309,205

41 New Hampshire : 1,299,500 | 1,288,705

42 Hawaii : 1,262,840 | 1,248,755

43 Rhode Island : 1,080,632 | 1,076,084

44 Montana : 926,865 | 918,157

45 Delaware : 830,364 | 818,166

46 South Dakota : 770,883 | 764,905

47 Alaska : 655,435 | 648,280

48 North Dakota : 634,366 | 633,400

49 Vermont : 621,394 | 619,343

50 District of Columbia : 553,523 | 557,620

51 Wyoming : 506,529 | 502,111

52 Puerto Rico : 3,894,855 | 3,877,881

Growth In Raw Numbers July 2003-2004.

United States : 2,866,428

1 California : 431,087

2 Florida : 397,980

3 Texas : 386,648

4 Arizona : 164,621

5 Georgia : 152,923

6 North Carolina : 120,031

7 Virginia : 94,543

8 Nevada : 92,564

9 Washington : 72,490

10 Illinois : 64,547

11 New Jersey : 56,467

12 Tennessee : 55,754

13 Colorado : 53,770

14 South Carolina : 49,324

15 Maryland : 45,748

16 Indiana : 37,998

17 Utah : 36,920

18 Minnesota : 36,786

19 Pennsylvania : 35,531

20 Missouri : 35,414

21 Wisconsin : 34,736

22 Michigan : 30,256

23 Oregon : 30,256

24 Kentucky : 27,733

25 Alabama : 26,456

26 Idaho : 26,228

27 Arkansas : 24,855

28 New Mexico : 24,727

29 Louisiana : 22,105

30 Ohio : 21,331

31 Mississippi : 20,372

32 Oklahoma : 17,084

33 Connecticut : 16,644

34 New York : 14,663

35 Hawaii : 14,085

36 Iowa : 12,475

37 Delaware : 12,198

38 New Hampshire : 10,795

39 Kansas : 10,716

40 Nebraska : 9,739

41 Montana : 8,708

42 Maine : 8,048

43 Alaska : 7,155

44 South Dakota : 5,978

45 Rhode Island : 4,548

46 Wyoming : 4,418

47 West Virginia : 3,914

48 Vermont : 2,051

49 North Dakota : 966

50 Massachusetts : (-3,852)

51 District of Columbia : (-4,097)

52 Puerto Rico : 16,974

The Mass, numbers don't look right me thinks the census accidently switched 2003 & 2004's estimates.

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The Mass, numbers don't look right me thinks the census accidently switched 2003 & 2004's estimates.

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I think you're right. Massachusetts is definetely growing.

Also, why do you think people are leaving Washington, DC?

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Wow, is it just me or is Pennsylvania actually doing quite well. The population increased much more then I thought it would over the past year...although I still can't believe New Jersey grew almost twice as much.

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