The United States Population in 2019

The resident population of U.S is 328,239,523 as of July 1, 2019.

Resident 328,239,523
Resident Plus Armed Forces Overseas 328,475,998
Civilian 327,052,602
Noninstitutionalized Civilian 323,186,697
Household 320,155,161

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

States population in 2019

The most populated state is California (39,512,223), and the least is Wyoming (578,759) as of July 1, 2019. The below table shows all states population in 2019 [1].

State Population
Alabama 4,903,185
Alaska 731,545
Arizona 7,278,717
Arkansas 3,017,804
California 39,512,223
Colorado 5,758,736
Connecticut 3,565,287
Delaware 973,764
District of Columbia 705,749
Florida 21,477,737
Georgia 10,617,423
Hawaii 1,415,872
Idaho 1,787,065
Illinois 12,671,821
Indiana 6,732,219
Iowa 3,155,070
Kansas 2,913,314
Kentucky 4,467,673
Louisiana 4,648,794
Maine 1,344,212
Maryland 6,045,680
Massachusetts 6,892,503
Michigan 9,986,857
Minnesota 5,639,632
Mississippi 2,976,149
Missouri 6,137,428
Montana 1,068,778
Nebraska 1,934,408
Nevada 3,080,156
New Hampshire 1,359,711
New Jersey 8,882,190
New Mexico 2,096,829
New York 19,453,561
North Carolina 10,488,084
North Dakota 762,062
Ohio 11,689,100
Oklahoma 3,956,971
Oregon 4,217,737
Pennsylvania 12,801,989
Rhode Island 1,059,361
South Carolina 5,148,714
South Dakota 884,659
Tennessee 6,829,174
Texas 28,995,881
Utah 3,205,958
Vermont 623,989
Virginia 8,535,519
Washington 7,614,893
West Virginia 1,792,147
Wisconsin 5,822,434
Wyoming 578,759

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