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US states by population (2024 updated list)

US states by population

1. INTRODUCTION

Below you can find a list of all the US states ordered by population according to the most recent data from the United States Census Bureau.

I hope you find it useful.

 

2. STATES OF THE UNITED STATES BY POPULATION (2024)

  1. California: 39,538,223
  2. Texas: 29,145,505
  3. Florida: 21,538,187
  4. New York: 20,201,249
  5. Pennsylvania: 13,002,700
  6. Illinois: 12,812,508
  7. Ohio: 11,799,448
  8. Georgia: 10,711,908
  9. North Carolina: 10,439,388
  10. Michigan: 10,077,331
  11. New Jersey: 9,288,994
  12. Virginia: 8,631,393
  13. Washington: 7,705,281
  14. Arizona: 7,151,502
  15. Massachusetts: 7,029,917
  16. Tennessee: 6,910,840
  17. Indiana: 6,785,528
  18. Maryland: 6,177,224
  19. Missouri: 6,154,913
  20. Wisconsin: 5,893,718
  21. Colorado: 5,773,714
  22. Minnesota: 5,706,494
  23. South Carolina: 5,118,425
  24. Alabama: 5,024,279
  25. Louisiana: 4,657,757
  26. Kentucky: 4,505,836
  27. Oregon: 4,237,256
  28. Oklahoma: 3,959,353
  29. Connecticut: 3,605,944
  30. Utah: 3,271,616
  31. Iowa: 3,190,369
  32. Nevada: 3,104,614
  33. Arkansas: 3,011,524
  34. Mississippi: 2,961,279
  35. Kansas: 2,937,880
  36. New Mexico: 2,117,522
  37. Nebraska: 1,961,504
  38. Idaho: 1,839,106
  39. West Virginia: 1,793,716
  40. Hawaii: 1,455,271
  41. New Hampshire: 1,377,529
  42. Maine: 1,362,359
  43. Rhode Island: 1,097,379
  44. Montana: 1,084,225
  45. Delaware: 989,948
  46. South Dakota: 886,667
  47. North Dakota: 779,094
  48. Alaska: 733,391
  49. Vermont: 643,077
  50. Wyoming: 576,851

 

3. REFERENCES

  • United States Census Bureau (2020; retrieved on 2024). 2020 Census Apportionment Results. Available [HERE].
  • Ali Zifan – Wikimedia Commons (2014). Map of the states of the US colored by their population. Original image available [HERE].
 

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