U.S. Resident Population Over Time
1) This chart was created from U.S. Census population estimates and projections.
2) The chart shows estimates and projections of the U.S. resident population - the number of people residing within the borders
of the 50 United States of America plus the District of Columbia - over time.
3) Actual population counting (census) data is collected every ten years in 1940, 1950, 1960, 1970, 1980, 1990, 2000, and
2010. This data is used to estimate the population between census years. Projections try to predict what the population will be
from 2008 to 2014.
4) One can see a relatively stable growth rate of about 1% per year.
5) U.S. resident population passed the 300 million mark in 2007.
6) See also U.S. Federal Government Budget per Resident Over Time.
7) See also U.S. Federal Government Debt per Resident Over Time.
8) See also U.S. Government Agency Budget per Resident.
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