The United States Population in 2018

The resident population of U.S is 326,687,501 as of July 1, 2018.

Resident 326,687,501
Resident Plus Armed Forces Overseas 326,923,976
Civilian 325,500,580
Noninstitutionalized Civilian 321,627,363
Household 318,600,417

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

States population in 2018

The most populated state is California (39,461,588), and the least is Wyoming (577,601) as of July 1, 2018. The below table shows all states population in 2018 [1].

State Population
Alabama 4,887,681
Alaska 735,139
Arizona 7,158,024
Arkansas 3,009,733
California 39,461,588
Colorado 5,691,287
Connecticut 3,571,520
Delaware 965,479
District of Columbia 701,547
Florida 21,244,317
Georgia 10,511,131
Hawaii 1,420,593
Idaho 1,750,536
Illinois 12,723,071
Indiana 6,695,497
Iowa 3,148,618
Kansas 2,911,359
Kentucky 4,461,153
Louisiana 4,659,690
Maine 1,339,057
Maryland 6,035,802
Massachusetts 6,882,635
Michigan 9,984,072
Minnesota 5,606,249
Mississippi 2,981,020
Missouri 6,121,623
Montana 1,060,665
Nebraska 1,925,614
Nevada 3,027,341
New Hampshire 1,353,465
New Jersey 8,886,025
New Mexico 2,092,741
New York 19,530,351
North Carolina 10,381,615
North Dakota 758,080
Ohio 11,676,341
Oklahoma 3,940,235
Oregon 4,181,886
Pennsylvania 12,800,922
Rhode Island 1,058,287
South Carolina 5,084,156
South Dakota 878,698
Tennessee 6,771,631
Texas 28,628,666
Utah 3,153,550
Vermont 624,358
Virginia 8,501,286
Washington 7,523,869
West Virginia 1,804,291
Wisconsin 5,807,406
Wyoming 577,601

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