Arkansas population grows by more than 87,000 in ten years

Arkansas population grows by more than 87,000 in decade



NEED TO RETURN IN FALL TO WORK ON REDISTRICTING. LIVE REPORT, KENDALL ASHMAN, 4029 NEWS. THE US CENSUS BUREAU HAS RELEASED THEIR 2020 CENSUS BREAKDOWN RESULTS. THE CENSUS BUREAU HAS VIRTUALLY MEETING TODAY TO PROVIDE THE LATEST DATA ON THE NUMBER OF PEOPLE LIVING IN THE UNITED STATES, AS WELL AS THE UNITED STATES AND THE REGIONS THE GREATEST GROWTH. (“According to the census, the number of people living in the United States was 331,449,281. This represents an increase of 7.4%, or the official population count of the 2010 census. This growth rate of population is lower than the previous growth rate of 9.7% between the 2020 census to 10. In fact, the torrent’s growth rate, from 2010 to 2020, is the second slowest in US history . “) THE SOUTHERN REGION OF THE UNITED STATES, WHICH INCLUDES ARKANSAS AND OKLAHOMA, WERE AMONG THE FASTEST GROWING IN THE COUNTRY. THEREFORE, ON A CLOSER LOOK AT OUR STATES, ACCORDING TO THE 2020 CENSUS, THE POPULATION OF ARKANSAS HAS INCREASED BY ABOUT 86 THOUSAND PEOPLE OVER THE LAST DECADE, AS OKLAHOMA’S POPULATION INCREASES BY OVER 198 THOUSANDS

Arkansas population grows by more than 87,000 in ten years

The latest data from the US Census Bureau shows that Arkansas’ population has grown by more than 87,000 people over the past decade. Data released Monday shows the population of Arkansas, including U.S. military and civilian employees and their families living abroad, totaled more than 3 million people. The state’s population after the 2010 census was over 2.9 million. The increase means that the number of congressional seats in the state will remain unchanged at four. Its number of votes in the Electoral College will also remain unchanged at six. The numbers were released as lawmakers are set to wrap up this year’s session with plans to return in the fall for congressional redistribution.

The latest data from the US Census Bureau shows that Arkansas’ population has grown by more than 87,000 people over the past decade.

Data released Monday shows the population of Arkansas, including U.S. military and civilian employees and their families living abroad, totaled more than 3 million people.

The state’s population after the 2010 census was over 2.9 million.

The increase means that the number of congressional seats in the state will remain unchanged at four. Its number of votes in the Electoral College will also remain unchanged at six.

The numbers were released as lawmakers are set to wrap up this year’s session with plans to return in the fall for congressional redistribution.

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