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December 2016. The latest 2015 official population estimates provide important information about state demographic change since 2010. While these are the most accurate data available, they tell us only about the past. Projections of how demographics might change by 2020 or 2030 can be even more important to plan and anticipate change.

State Population Percent Change 2010-2030
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This section provides state and national population projections to 2030 by year. The estimates and projections have been developed by ProximityOne and are a part of the Situation & Outlook modeling and database. These data are updated annually or more frequently. See terms of use and methodology.

State Population Projections to 2030 -- Interactive Table
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S&O_30_1S Group 1 Items
Total population, components of change, total housing units
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Methodology. Projections are developed with a "bottom-up" methodology using cause and effect simultaneous equation models. Projections are first developed using county-level demographic-economic models. County level projections are developed by single year of age by gender by race/origin and then aggregated to state and national levels. The entire projection period extends annually to 2060. View Broward County, FL projections showing more detail. See complete dataset example for Sedgwick County (Wichita), Kansas (XLS).

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