Monday, December 30, 2013

The New York Times: In the Year Ending in Mid-2013, the U.S. Population Grew a Meager 0.72%, the Smallest Increase Since the Great Depression

Tamar Lewin's article in The New York Times is linked below.

The New York Times: The U.S. Population Increased 0.72% in the Year ending in Mid-2013

"The largest population increases over the year were in Texas (387,397 people), California (332,643) and Florida (232,111). New York, which added 75,002 people, ranked ninth. California this year became the first state to top 38 million residents, with a population of 38,332,521."
---Tamar Lewin, The New York Times

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