The United States Population in 2011

The resident population of U.S is 311,556,874 as of July 1, 2011.

Resident 311,556,874
Resident Plus Armed Forces Overseas 311,973,914
Civilian 310,339,224
Noninstitutionalized Civilian 306,340,687
Household 303,494,581

All the data are sourced from US Census Bureau [48]. The definition of Civilian noninstitutional population: US Department of Labor.

States population in 2011

The most populated state is California (37,638,369), and the least is Wyoming (567,299) as of July 1, 2011. The below table shows all states population in 2011 [1].

State Population
Alabama 4,799,069
Alaska 722,128
Arizona 6,472,643
Arkansas 2,940,667
California 37,638,369
Colorado 5,121,108
Connecticut 3,588,283
Delaware 907,381
District of Columbia 619,800
Florida 19,053,237
Georgia 9,802,431
Hawaii 1,379,329
Idaho 1,583,910
Illinois 12,867,454
Indiana 6,516,528
Iowa 3,066,336
Kansas 2,869,225
Kentucky 4,369,821
Louisiana 4,575,625
Maine 1,328,284
Maryland 5,839,419
Massachusetts 6,613,583
Michigan 9,882,412
Minnesota 5,346,143
Mississippi 2,978,731
Missouri 6,010,275
Montana 997,316
Nebraska 1,840,672
Nevada 2,712,730
New Hampshire 1,320,202
New Jersey 8,828,117
New Mexico 2,080,450
New York 19,499,241
North Carolina 9,657,592
North Dakota 685,225
Ohio 11,544,663
Oklahoma 3,788,379
Oregon 3,872,036
Pennsylvania 12,745,815
Rhode Island 1,053,649
South Carolina 4,671,994
South Dakota 823,579
Tennessee 6,399,291
Texas 25,645,629
Utah 2,814,384
Vermont 627,049
Virginia 8,101,155
Washington 6,826,627
West Virginia 1,856,301
Wisconsin 5,705,288
Wyoming 567,299

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