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State Demographic Data Comparison Tool - Results (Data as of July 1, 2016)


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United States Total Population: 323,580,626



State Ranking by Total Population (as of July 1, 2016)


State Total Population
1. California 38,986,171
2. Texas 27,637,152
3. Florida 20,108,440
4. New York 19,934,506
5. Illinois 13,022,485
6. Pennsylvania 12,941,865
7. Ohio 11,685,719
8. Georgia 10,237,832
9. North Carolina 10,220,672
10. Michigan 9,954,631
11. New Jersey 9,008,702
12. Virginia 8,462,749
13. Washington 7,177,994
14. Arizona 6,877,016
15. Massachusetts 6,780,933
16. Tennessee 6,698,359
17. Indiana 6,698,147
18. Missouri 6,158,939
19. Maryland 6,038,125
20. Wisconsin 5,795,428
21. Minnesota 5,529,373
22. Colorado 5,425,481
23. Alabama 4,958,019
24. South Carolina 4,943,188
25. Louisiana 4,766,833
26. Kentucky 4,497,004
27. Oregon 4,029,968
28. Oklahoma 3,990,592
29. Connecticut 3,641,078
30. Iowa 3,173,649
31. Mississippi 3,057,449
32. Arkansas 3,050,229
33. Utah 3,029,951
34. Kansas 2,960,265
35. Nevada 2,924,855
36. New Mexico 2,127,466
37. Nebraska 1,917,345
38. West Virginia 1,914,436
39. Idaho 1,686,061
40. Hawaii 1,435,363
41. Maine 1,367,696
42. New Hampshire 1,360,762
43. Rhode Island 1,060,080
44. Montana 1,047,855
45. Delaware 953,628
46. South Dakota 872,884
47. North Dakota 776,579
48. Alaska 752,680
49. District of Columbia 659,110
50. Vermont 644,954
51. Wyoming 599,928