... Population Estimates & Projections for U.S., States, Metros & Counties
Knowing more about what will change when, where and by how much ... the U.S. total population increased from Census 2000 281.4 million to Census 2010 308.7 million (9.7 percent). We project that the U.S. population will increase to 337.1 million by 2020, an increase of 27.7 million from 2010 to 2020 (8.9 percent). How will population change manifest itself by state, metro, region, county and city? By age and household composition?
Use the demographic estimates and projections interactive ranking table below to view/rank/compare population change 2000 to 2020 for the U.S. overall, states, metros and counties. Analyze area patterns and trends and assess how areas of interest relate to each another.
Estimates and projections shown in the ranking table below reflect Census 2010 results. They are a part of a broader set of annually updated current demographic-economic estimates and projections developed by ProximityOne using the Situation & Outlook modeling tools. The estimates and projections are developed using simultaneous equation models that knit together a mix of historical birth, death, migration, economic and other data and assumptions.
Outlook 2060. This section will be restructured in early 2013 with new projections. The ranking table shown below will be replaced with new projections to 2030. See additional information at Outlook 2060.
What's New and Ahead ... see recent updates
... covering demographic change and related topics.
03.13.13. 2013 Vintage Metropolitan Areas
Effective 2/28/13, the U.S. Office of Management & Budget announced revised delineations of
Metropolitan Statistical Areas (MSAs), Micropolitan Statistical Areas (MISAs) and Combined Statistical Areas (CSAs)
While many metros remain the same, some are new, some have been reclassified, and many have different county makeup.
The demographics 2020 table below will soon be updated to reflect these changes.
(both 2010 vintage and 2013 vintage tables will be available for some transitional period)
See the complete list of 2013 vintage 929 metros, county composition & how they are changing
U.S. State, Metro, County Population Trends: 2000 to 2020 Interactive Ranking Table
See ranking table usage notes below ranking table. See related ranking tables -- http://proximityone.com/rankingtables.htm.
This page/ranking table -- http://proximityone.com/demographics2020.htm.
Order 2000-2020 Estimates & Projections in CSV File Structure
Order the estimates & projections for use on your computer. The CSV file may be opened with Excel and used with most spreadsheet and analytical software. The CSV file provides annual data for the period 2000 to 2020. The estimates and projections are a part of the ProximityOne Situation & Outlook program. More detailed demographic subject matter are available; demographics for smaller area geography (census tracts) are also part of this program. Data presented in the ranking table are intended for end use in this medium only.
Using the Ranking Table
Click on a column header to sort on that column; click column header again to sort in other direction.
Click ShowAll button to show all tabulation areas and restore full set of data view.
Click State to select on geographies in a selected state (click ShowAll between selections).
Click SumLev to select a type of geography (click ShowAll between selections).
Key in text/area name in text box to right of Find-in-Name button then click button to locate all matches (case sensitive).
SumLev - Summary Level (see below)
StCty - State + County FIPS Code
CBSA - Core-Based Statistical Area Code
Pop2000 -- population 7/1/2000 (Census Bureau)
Pop2010 -- population 7/1/2010 (Census Bureau; ProximityOne adjusted to mid-year)
Pop2010 -- population 7/1/2011 (ProximityOne)
Pop2020 -- population 7/1/2020 (ProximityOne)
Ch2000-10 -- population change 2000 to 2010
%Ch2000-10 -- percent population change 2000 to 2010
Ch2010-20 -- population change 2010 to 2020
%Ch2010-20 -- percent population change 2010 to 2020
010 United States
310 Metropolitan Statistical Area
314 Micropolitan Statistical Area
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