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2004 Southern population estimates

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Here are the results of the recently released census estimates for 2004. I'm only listing the Southern estimates, but you can click on the linked PDF file to see the results for every state. BTW, according to the new estimates the West now the fastest growing region, leading the South by one-tenth of a percentage point.

http://www.census.gov/Press-Release/www/re...es/CB04-246.pdf

*States listed by 2003-2004 growth percentage

(%) - State Name - 2004 Population estimate - growth number - national rank

+2.3 Florida - 17,397,161 (+397,980) - 3

+1.9 Georgia - 8,829,383 (+152,923) - 5

+1.7 Texas - 22,490,022 (+386,648) - 7

+1.4 North Carolina - 8,541,221 (+120,031) - 9

+1.3 Virginia - 7,459,827 (+94,543) - 11

+1.2 South Carolina - 4,198,068 (+49,324) - 13

+1.0 Tennessee - 5,900,962 (+55,754) - 18

+0.9 Arkansas - 2,752,629 (+24,855) - 20

+0.8 Maryland - 5,558,058 (+45,748) - 24

+0.7 Kentucky - 4,145,922 (+27,733) - 28

+0.7 Mississippi - 2,902,966 (+20,372) - 27

+0.6 Alabama - 4, 530,182 (+26,456) - 34

+0.5 Louisiana - 4,515,770 (+22,105) - 37

+0.5 Oklahoma - 3,523,553 (+17,084) - 38

+0.2 West Virginia - 1,815,354 (+3,914) - 46

-0.7 District of Columbia - 553,523 (-4,097) - 51

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