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Rochester Business Journal
December 30, 2013

New York’s population is relatively flat compared with last year and has grown by 1.4 percent from the 2010 census, according to 2013 estimates for the nation and states released by the U.S. Census Bureau Monday.

In 2010, the state had 19,378,102 residents, compared with the 19,651,127 current estimate. This year’s estimate is up 0.4 percent from 2012’s estimate of 19,576,125.

By comparison, the nation overall saw a 2.5 percent population hike since the 2010 census.

The South and West regions saw the most significant population growth.

The South reported 3.3 percent growth, from 114,555,744 in 2010 to an estimated 118,383,453 in 2013. The Western region grew 3.2 percent, from 71,945,553 in the 2010 Census to 74,254,423 today.

The population growth for the Northeast was 1.1 percent from 2010 to 2013, according to the U.S. Census Bureau estimates, growing from 55,317,240 to 55,943,073 in the 2013 estimate.

The report is available for download at

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