U.S. & States Population & Housing Patterns: 2000-2010
As of Census 2010 there were 308.7 million people in the United States, a 9.7 percent increase from the Census 2000 population of 281.4 million. The number of housing units increased from 115.9 million units in 2000 to 131.7 million units in 2010, an increase of 13.6 percent.
The interactive ranking table provided below shows the Census 2000 and Census 2010 population and housing units for all states and the U.S. Use the ranking table to view/compare/contrast the largest/smallest states in 2000 or 2010 or states experiencing largest change. Click a column header to rank the table on a subject of interest; click a second time to sort in the other direction.
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U.S. & States Population & Housing Patterns: 2000-2010; Interactive Table
Click column header to sort; click again to sort other direction.
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Column Headers and Usage Notes
- Population '00 -- Population, Census 2000
- Population '10 -- Population, Census 2010
- PChg0010 -- Population Change 2000-2010
- P%Chg0010 -- Population Percent Change 2000-2010
- Hsg Units '00 -- Housing Units, Census 2000
- Hsg Units '10 -- Housing Units, Census 2010
- HChg0010 -- Housing Units Change, 2000-2010
- H%Chg0010 -- Housing Units Percent Change, 2000-2010
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