List of U.S. states by population

This is a list of U.S. states by population. The data is from the United States Census Bureau and is current as of mid-year 2000.

  1. California - 33,871,648
  2. Texas - 20,851,820
  3. New York - 18,976,457
  4. Florida - 15,982,378
  5. Illinois - 12,419,293
  6. Pennsylvania - 12,281,054
  7. Ohio - 11,353,140
  8. Michigan - 9,938,444
  9. New Jersey - 8,414,350
  10. Georgia - 8,186,453
  11. North Carolina - 8,049,313
  12. Virginia - 7,078,515
  13. Massachusetts - 6,349,097
  14. Indiana - 6,080,485
  15. Washington - 5,894,121
  16. Tennessee - 5,689,283
  17. Missouri - 5,595,211
  18. Wisconsin - 5,363,675
  19. Maryland - 5,296,486
  20. Arizona - 5,130,632
  21. Minnesota - 4,919,479
  22. Louisiana - 4,468,976
  23. Alabama - 4,447,100
  24. Colorado - 4,301,261
  25. Kentucky - 4,041,769
  26. South Carolina - 4,012,012
  27. Oklahoma - 3,450,654
  28. Oregon - 3,421,399
  29. Connecticut - 3,405,565
  30. Iowa - 2,926,324
  31. Mississippi - 2,844,658
  32. Kansas - 2,688,418
  33. Arkansas - 2,673,400
  34. Utah - 2,233,169
  35. Nevada - 1,998,257
  36. New Mexico - 1,819,046
  37. West Virginia - 1,808,344
  38. Nebraska - 1,711,263
  39. Idaho - 1,293,953
  40. Maine - 1,274,923
  41. New Hampshire - 1,235,786
  42. Hawaii - 1,211,537
  43. Rhode Island - 1,048,319
  44. Montana - 904,433
  45. Delaware - 783,600
  46. South Dakota - 754,844
  47. North Dakota - 642,200
  48. Alaska - 626,932
  49. Vermont - 608,827
  50. Wyoming - 493,782

External links

See also: List of U.S. states by area, List of U.S. states by unemployment rate, List of state capitals and former capital cities in the United States.

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