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2020 Census: U.S. Population Hits 331.5M, Slowest Growth Since 1930s

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The United States resident population hit nearly 331.5 million, the largest in the nation’s history but also the slowest growth since the 1930s, Census Bureau officials revealed.

Data released from the 2020 Census finds the U.S. population grew 7.4 percent since 2010 to reach 331,449,281 residents — the largest in the nation’s history. Over the last decade, the U.S. population added more than 22,700,000 residents.

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