U.S. Population Growth by County
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So What?

1) This chart shows population growth (or decline) of each U.S. county between 1 April 2000 and 1 July 2009, estimated by the U.S. Census Bureau.

2) The
growth of the western states, Florida, and sections of the mountain states is clearly visible.

3) Several other growth areas can be seen in metro areas of a number of states, including Texas, Georgia, Tennessee, North Carolina, Washinton, DC, Illinois, and Minnesota.

4) Also visible is the population decline of large section of the plains states, from eastern Montana and North Dakota down to northern New Mexico and Texas.

5) Sections of Mississippi, Arkansas, and Lousiana in the Mississippi River Valley south of north and south of Memphis are other areas of population decline.

6) See also U.S. Resident Population Over Time

Supporting Evidence
Source: U.S. County Resident Population Percent Change: U.S. Census Bureau State & County QuickFacts
Population Growth by County 1 April 2000 to 1 July 2009
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