The United States Population in 2013

The resident population of U.S is 315,993,715 as of July 1, 2013.

Resident 315,993,715
Resident Plus Armed Forces Overseas 316,294,766
Civilian 314,751,147
Noninstitutionalized Civilian 310,800,339
Household 307,927,587

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

States population in 2013

The most populated state is California (38,260,787), and the least is Wyoming (582,122) as of July 1, 2013. The below table shows all states population in 2013 [1].

State Population
Alabama 4,830,081
Alaska 737,068
Arizona 6,632,764
Arkansas 2,959,400
California 38,260,787
Colorado 5,269,035
Connecticut 3,594,841
Delaware 923,576
District of Columbia 650,581
Florida 19,545,621
Georgia 9,972,479
Hawaii 1,408,243
Idaho 1,611,206
Illinois 12,895,129
Indiana 6,568,713
Iowa 3,092,997
Kansas 2,893,212
Kentucky 4,404,659
Louisiana 4,624,527
Maine 1,328,009
Maryland 5,923,188
Massachusetts 6,713,315
Michigan 9,913,065
Minnesota 5,413,479
Mississippi 2,988,711
Missouri 6,040,715
Montana 1,013,569
Nebraska 1,865,279
Nevada 2,775,970
New Hampshire 1,326,622
New Jersey 8,856,972
New Mexico 2,092,273
New York 19,624,447
North Carolina 9,843,336
North Dakota 722,036
Ohio 11,576,684
Oklahoma 3,853,214
Oregon 3,922,468
Pennsylvania 12,776,309
Rhode Island 1,055,081
South Carolina 4,764,080
South Dakota 842,316
Tennessee 6,494,340
Texas 26,480,266
Utah 2,897,640
Vermont 626,210
Virginia 8,252,427
Washington 6,963,985
West Virginia 1,853,914
Wisconsin 5,736,754
Wyoming 582,122

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