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An understanding of how the population components of change are changing over time can provide insights into how future components of change and, in turn, the population might be changing during the next several years. This section is focused on United States and state level annual population components of change since Census 2010.

The population identity equation shows the population components of change.

  P(t) = P(t-1) + B(t-1,t) - D(t-1,t) + INM(t-1,t), where:
  P(t) is population at time t; t: 4/1/2010, 7/1/2010, 7/1/2011, 7/1/2012
  B(t-1,t) is births from time t-1 to t
  D(t-1,t) is deaths from time t-1 to t
  NM(t-1,t) is net migration from time t-1 to t
    NM(t-1,t) = IM(t-1,t) + DM(t-1,t)
    IM(t-1,t) is net international migration from time t-1 to t
    DM(t-1,t) is net domestic migration from time t-1 to t

Use the interactive ranking table in this section to examine the population components of change for the U.S. and by state. In addition to the basic annual components of change data, certain other rate and change data are included: birth rate (births per 1,000 population), death rate, natural increase and rate, net migration rate, median age and median age change. These data were released by Census June 2013 and will update mid-2014.

State Population by Age Cohort and Single Year of Age. Click a link below to view the United States or a state age cohort/single year of age population profile (data for 2010, 2011, 2012).
US .. AL .. AK .. AZ .. AR .. CA .. CO .. CT .. DE .. DC .. FL .. GA .. HI .. ID .. IL .. IN .. IA .. KS .. KY .. LA .. ME .. MD .. MA .. MI .. MN .. MI
MO .. MT .. NE .. NV .. NH .. NJ .. NM .. NY .. NC .. ND .. OH .. OK .. OR .. PA .. RI .. SC .. SD .. TN .. TX .. UT .. VT .. VA .. WA .. WV .. WI .. WY

State Population Components of Change Patterns -- Interactive Table
  Click column header to sort; click again to sort other direction.
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Usage Notes
  • 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 areas and restore full set of data view; this resets to start-up view.
  • Click Median Age button to view median age data.
  • Navigate across rows/vertically in table: click in table on cell and arrow/page up/down or use scroll bar at right of table.
  • See related ranking tables.

Copy a Row to Clipboard. Click a record/row of interest and it turns blue. Right-click the blue-colored row and choose Copy to copy all cells in that row to clipboard. Optionally paste these cell values into a spreadsheet or other application for extended viewing/analysis.

Column Headers
  Area Name
  State Code
  Population Census 2010
  Population 7/1/10
  Population 7/1/11
  Population 7/1/12
  Population Change 2010-2011
  %Population Change 2010-2011
  Population Change 2011-2012
  %Population Change 2011-2012
  Births 2011
  Births 2012
  Birth Rate 2011
  Birth Rate 2012
  Deaths 2011
  Deaths 2012
  Death Rate 2011
  Death Rate 2012
  Natural Increase 2011
  Natural Increase 2012
  Natural Increase Rate 2011
  Natural Increase Rate 2012
  International Migration 2011
  International Migration 2012
  Domestic Migration 2011
  Domestic Migration 2012
  Net Migration 2011
  Net Migration 2012
  Net Migration Rate 2011
  Net Migration Rate 2012
  Median Age Census 2010
  Median Age 7/1/10
  Median Age 7/1/11
  Median Age 7/1/12
  Median Age Change 2010-1012
  %Median Age Change 2010-1012

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