The United States Population in 2015

The resident population of U.S is 320,635,163 as of July 1, 2015.

Resident 320,635,163
Resident Plus Armed Forces Overseas 320,870,703
Civilian 319,438,649
Noninstitutionalized Civilian 315,510,861
Household 312,529,229

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

States population in 2015

The most populated state is California (38,918,045), and the least is Wyoming (585,613) as of July 1, 2015. The below table shows all states population in 2015 [1].

State Population
Alabama 4,852,347
Alaska 737,498
Arizona 6,829,676
Arkansas 2,978,048
California 38,918,045
Colorado 5,450,623
Connecticut 3,587,122
Delaware 941,252
District of Columbia 675,400
Florida 20,209,042
Georgia 10,178,447
Hawaii 1,422,052
Idaho 1,651,059
Illinois 12,858,913
Indiana 6,608,422
Iowa 3,120,960
Kansas 2,909,011
Kentucky 4,425,976
Louisiana 4,664,628
Maine 1,328,262
Maryland 5,985,562
Massachusetts 6,794,228
Michigan 9,931,715
Minnesota 5,482,032
Mississippi 2,988,471
Missouri 6,071,732
Montana 1,030,475
Nebraska 1,891,277
Nevada 2,866,939
New Hampshire 1,336,350
New Jersey 8,867,949
New Mexico 2,089,291
New York 19,654,666
North Carolina 10,031,646
North Dakota 754,066
Ohio 11,617,527
Oklahoma 3,909,500
Oregon 4,015,792
Pennsylvania 12,784,826
Rhode Island 1,056,065
South Carolina 4,891,938
South Dakota 853,988
Tennessee 6,591,170
Texas 27,470,056
Utah 2,981,835
Vermont 625,216
Virginia 8,361,808
Washington 7,163,657
West Virginia 1,842,050
Wisconsin 5,760,940
Wyoming 585,613

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