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State Profile: 2016 Population



The following table shows national and state Populations ranked from largest to smallest.

# State Population
1 California 38,654,200
2 TEXAS 26,956,400
3 Florida 19,934,500
4 New York 19,697,500
5 Illinois 12,851,700
6 Pennsylvania 12,784,000
7 Ohio 11,586,900
8 Georgia 10,099,300
9 North Carolina 9,940,800
10 Michigan 9,909,600
11 New Jersey 8,915,500
12 Virginia 8,310,300
13 Washington 7,073,100
14 Massachusetts 6,742,100
15 Arizona 6,728,600
16 Indiana 6,589,600
17 Tennessee 6,548,000
18 Missouri 6,059,700
19 Maryland 5,959,900
20 Wisconsin 5,754,800
21 Minnesota 5,450,900
22 Colorado 5,359,300
23 Alabama 4,841,200
24 South Carolina 4,834,600
25 Louisiana 4,645,700
26 Kentucky 4,412,000
27 Oregon 3,982,300
28 Oklahoma 3,875,600
29 Connecticut 3,588,600
30 Puerto Rico 3,529,400
31 Iowa 3,106,600
32 Mississippi 2,989,200
33 Arkansas 2,968,500
34 Utah 2,948,400
35 Kansas 2,898,300
36 Nevada 2,839,200
37 New Mexico 2,082,700
38 Nebraska 1,881,300
39 West Virginia 1,846,100
40 Idaho 1,635,500
41 Hawaii 1,413,700
42 Maine 1,329,900
43 New Hampshire 1,327,500
44 Rhode Island 1,054,500
45 Montana 1,023,400
46 Delaware 934,700
47 South Dakota 851,100
48 Alaska 736,900
49 North Dakota 736,200
50 District of Columbia 659,000
51 Vermont 626,200
52 Wyoming 583,000

Source: U.S. Census Bureau's American Community Survey(ACS), 2011-15 five-year estimates.


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