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Population Count for 2010

RankStateFIPS CodePopulation
1California0600037,253,956
2Texas4800025,145,561
3New York3600019,378,102
4Florida1200018,801,310
5Illinois1700012,830,632
6Pennsylvania4200012,702,379
7Ohio3900011,536,504
8Michigan260009,883,640
9Georgia130009,687,653
10North Carolina370009,535,483
11New Jersey340008,791,894
12Virginia510008,001,024
13Washington530006,724,540
14Massachusetts250006,547,629
15Indiana180006,483,802
16Arizona040006,392,017
17Tennessee470006,346,105
18Missouri290005,988,927
19Maryland240005,773,552
20Wisconsin550005,686,986
21Minnesota270005,303,925
22Colorado080005,029,196
23Alabama010004,779,736
24South Carolina450004,625,364
25Louisiana220004,533,372
26Kentucky210004,339,367
27Oregon410003,831,074
28Oklahoma400003,751,351
29Connecticut090003,574,097
30Iowa190003,046,355
31Mississippi280002,967,297
32Arkansas050002,915,918
33Kansas200002,853,118
34Utah490002,763,885
35Nevada320002,700,551
36New Mexico350002,059,179
37West Virginia540001,852,994
38Nebraska310001,826,341
39Idaho160001,567,582
40Hawaii150001,360,301
41Maine230001,328,361
42New Hampshire330001,316,470
43Rhode Island440001,052,567
44Montana30000989,415
45Delaware10000897,934
46South Dakota46000814,180
47Alaska02000710,231
48North Dakota38000672,591
49Vermont50000625,741
50District of Columbia11000601,723
51Wyoming56000563,626

Data Source: U.S. Census Bureau

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