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Population Estimate for 2016

RankStateFIPS CodePopulation
1California0600039,250,017
2Texas4800027,862,596
3Florida1200020,612,439
4New York3600019,745,289
5Illinois1700012,801,539
6Pennsylvania4200012,784,227
7Ohio3900011,614,373
8Georgia1300010,310,371
9North Carolina3700010,146,788
10Michigan260009,928,300
11New Jersey340008,944,469
12Virginia510008,411,808
13Washington530007,288,000
14Arizona040006,931,071
15Massachusetts250006,811,779
16Tennessee470006,651,194
17Indiana180006,633,053
18Missouri290006,093,000
19Maryland240006,016,447
20Wisconsin550005,778,708
21Colorado080005,540,545
22Minnesota270005,519,952
23South Carolina450004,961,119
24Alabama010004,863,300
25Louisiana220004,681,666
26Kentucky210004,436,974
27Oregon410004,093,465
28Oklahoma400003,923,561
29Connecticut090003,576,452
30Iowa190003,134,693
31Utah490003,051,217
32Mississippi280002,988,726
33Arkansas050002,988,248
34Nevada320002,940,058
35Kansas200002,907,289
36New Mexico350002,081,015
37Nebraska310001,907,116
38West Virginia540001,831,102
39Idaho160001,683,140
40Hawaii150001,428,557
41New Hampshire330001,334,795
42Maine230001,331,479
43Rhode Island440001,056,426
44Montana300001,042,520
45Delaware10000952,065
46South Dakota46000865,454
47North Dakota38000757,952
48Alaska02000741,894
49District of Columbia11000681,170
50Vermont50000624,594
51Wyoming56000585,501

Data Source: U.S. Census Bureau

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