12/21/2016

【2015-16】人口増加率が高い州ランキング~アメリカ編~

1. Utah
2010: 2,700,000
2012: 2,800,000
2013: 2,900,000
2014: 2,900,000
2015: 2,900,000
2016: 3,000000
2010-16: 9%
2015-16: 2%

2. Nevada
2010: 2,700,000
2012: 2,700,000
2013: 2,700,000
2014: 2,800,000
2015: 2,800,000
2016: 2,900,000
2010-16: 8.1%
2015-16: 1.9%

3. Florida
2010: 18,800,000
2012: 19,300,000
2013: 19,500,000
2014: 19,800,000
2015: 20,200,000
2016: 20,600,000
2010-16: 8.6%
2015-16: 1.8%

4. Idaho
2010: 1,500,000
2012: 1,500,000
2013: 1,600,000
2014: 1,600,000
2015: 1,600,000
2016: 1,600,000
2010-16: 6.7%
2015-16: 1.8%

5. Washington
2010: 6,700,000
2012: 6,800,000
2013: 6,900,000
2014: 7,000,000
2015: 7,100,000
2016: 7,200,000
2010-16: 7.5%
2015-16: 1.8%

6. Oregon
2010: 3,800,000
2012: 3,800,000
2013: 3,900,000
2014: 3,900,000
2015: 4,000,000
2016: 4,000,000
2010-16: 6.2%
2015-16: 1.7%

7. Colorado
2010: 5,000,000
2012: 5,100,000
2013: 5,200,000
2014: 5,300,000
2015: 5,400,000
2016: 5,500,000
2010-16: 8.9%
2015-16: 1.7%

8. Arizona
2010: 6,400,000
2012: 6,500,000
2013: 6,600,000
2014: 6,700,000
2015: 6,800,000
2016: 6,900,000
2010-16: 7.5%
2015-16: 1.6%

9. District of Columbia
2010: 605,000
2012: 635,000
2013: 649,000
2014: 659,000
2015: 670,000
2016: 681,000
2010-16: 11.2%
2015-16: 1.6%

10. Texas
2010: 25,200,000
2012: 26,000,000
2013: 26,400,000
2014: 26,900,000
2015: 27,400,000
2016: 27,800,000
2010-16: 9.4%
2015-16: 1.6%

11. South Carolina
2010: 4,600,000
2012: 4,700,000
2013: 4,700,000
2014: 4,800,000
2015: 4,800,000
2016: 4,900,000
2010-16: 6.6%
2015-16: 1.3%

12. Georgia
2010: 9,700,000
2012: 9,900,000
2013: 9,900,000
2014: 10,000,000
2015: 10,100,000
2016: 10,300,000
2010-16: 5.8%
2015-16: 1.1%

13. North Carolina
2010: 9,500,000
2012: 9,700,000
2013: 9,800,000
2014: 9,900,000
2015: 10,000,000
2016: 10,100,000
2010-16: 5.8%
2015-16: 1.1%

14. Montana
2010: 990,000
2012: 1,000,000
2013: 1,000,000
2014: 1,000,000
2015: 1,000,000
2016: 1,000,000
2010-16: 5%
2015-16: 1%

15. South Dakota
2010: 816,000
2012: 834,000
2013: 844,000
2014: 852,000
2015: 857,000
2016: 865,000
2010-16: 5.7%
2015-16: 0.9%

16. Delaware
2010: 899,000
2012: 916,000
2013: 925,000
2014: 934,000
2015: 944,000
2016: 952,000
2010-16: 5.5%
2015-16: 0.8%

17. Tennessee
2010: 6,300,000
2012: 6,400,000
2013: 6,400,000
2014: 6,500,000
2015: 6,500,000
2016: 6,600,000
2010-16: 4.4%
2015-16: 0.8%

18. California
2010: 37,300,000
2012: 38,000,000
2013: 38,300,000
2014: 38,600,000
2015: 38,900,000
2016: 39,200,000
2010-16: 4.9%
2015-16: 0.7%

19. Minnesota
2010: 5,300,000
2012: 5,300,000
2013: 5,400,000
2014: 5,400,000
2015: 5,400,000
2016: 5,500,000
2010-16: 3.8%
2015-16: 0.7%

20. Nebraska
2010: 1,800,000
2012: 1,800,000
2013: 1,800,000
2014: 1,800,000
2015: 1,800,000
2016: 1,900,000
2010-16: 4%
2015-16: 0.7%

21. Alaska
2010: 714,000
2012: 731,000
2013: 736,000
2014: 736,000
2015: 737,000
2016: 741,000
2010-16: 3.8%
2015-16: 0.6%

22. Virginia
2010: 8,000,000
2012: 8,100,000
2013: 8,200,000
2014: 8,300,000
2015: 8,300,000
2016: 8,400,000
2010-16: 4.6%
2015-16: 0.5%

23. Iowa
2010: 3,000,000
2012: 3,000,000
2013: 3,000,000
2014: 3,100,000
2015: 3,100,000
2016: 3,100,000
2010-16: 2.7%
2015-16: 0.4%

24. Maryland
2010: 5,700,000
2012: 5,800,000
2013: 5,900,000
2014: 5,900,000
2015: 5,900,000
2016: 6,000,000
2010-16: 3.8%
2015-16: 0.4%

25. Massachusetts
2010: 6,500,000
2012: 6,600,000
2013: 6,700,000
2014: 6,700,000
2015: 6,700,000
2016: 6,800,000
2010-16: 3.6%
2015-16: 0.4%

26. New Hampshire
2010: 1,300,000
2012: 1,300,000
2013: 1,300,000
2014: 1,300,000
2015: 1,300,000
2016: 1,300,000
2010-16: 1.3%
2015-16: 0.4%

27. Oklahoma
2010: 3,700,000
2012: 3,800,000
2013: 3,800,000
2014: 3,800,000
2015: 3,900,000
2016: 3,900,000
2010-16: 4.2%
2015-16: 0.4%

28. Arkansas
2010: 2,900,000
2012: 2,900,000
2013: 2,900,000
2014: 2,900,000
2015: 2,900,000
2016: 2,900,000
2010-16: 2.2%
2015-16: 0.3%

29. Indiana
2010: 6,400,000
2012: 6,500,000
2013: 6,500,000
2014: 6,500,000
2015: 6,600,000
2016: 6,600,000
2010-16: 2.1%
2015-16: 0.3%

30. Kentucky
2010: 4,300,000
2012: 4,300,000
2013: 4,400,000
2014: 4,400,000
2015: 4,400,000
2016: 4,400,000
2010-16: 2%
2015-16: 0.3%

31. Louisiana
2010: 4,500,000
2012: 4,600,000
2013: 4,600,000
2014: 4,600,000
2015: 4,600,000
2016: 4,600,000
2010-16: 2.9%
2015-16: 0.3%

32. Missouri
2010: 5,900,000
2012: 6,000,000
2013: 6,000,000
2014: 6,000,000
2015: 6,000,000
2016: 6,000,000
2010-16: 1.6%
2015-16: 0.3%

33. Alabama
2010: 4,700.000
2012: 4,800,000
2013: 4,800,000
2014: 4,800,000
2015: 4,800,000
2016: 4,800,000
2010-16: 1.6%
2015-16: 0.2%

34. Hawaii
2010: 1,300,000
2012: 1,300,000
2013: 1,400,000
2014: 1,400,000
2015: 1,400,000
2016: 1,400,000
2010-16: 4.5%
2015-16: 0.2%

35. Maine
2010: 1,300,000
2012: 1,300,000
2013: 1,300,000
2014: 1,300,000
2015: 1,300,000
2016: 1,300,000
2010-16: 0.3%
2015-16: 0.2%

36. Wisconsin
2010: 5,600,000
2012: 5,700,000
2013: 5,700,000
2014: 5,700,000
2015: 5,700,000
2016: 5,700,000
2010-16: 1.5%
2015-16: 0.2%

37. Michigan
2010: 9,800,000
2012: 9,800,000
2013: 9,800,000
2014: 9,900,000
2015: 9,900,000
2016: 9,900,000
2010-16: 0.5%
2015-16: 0.1%

38. New Jersey
2010: 8,800,000
2012: 8,800,000
2013: 8,800,000
2014: 8,900,000
2015: 8,900,000
2016: 8,900,000
2010-16: 1.6%
2015-16: 0.1%

39. North Dakota
2010: 674,000
2012: 702,000
2013: 724,000
2014: 739,000
2015: 756,000
2016: 757,000
2010-16: 11%
2015-16: 0.1%

40. Ohio
2010: 11,500,000
2012: 11,500,000
2013: 11,500,000
2014: 11,500,000
2015: 11,600,000
2016: 11,600,000
2010-16: 0.6%
2015-16: 0.1%

41. Rhode Island
2010: 1,000,000
2012: 1,000,000
2013: 1,000,000
2014: 1,000,000
2015: 1,000,000
2016: 1,000,000
2010-16: 0.3%
2015-16: 0.1%

42. Kansas
2010: 2,800,000
2012: 2,800,000
2013: 2,800,000
2014: 2,800,000
2015: 2,900,000
2016: 2,900,000
2010-16: 1.7%
2015-16: 0%

43. Mississippi
2010: 2,900,000
2012: 2,900,000
2013: 2,900,000
2014: 2,900,000
2015: 2,900,000
2016: 2,900,000
2010-16: 0.6%
2015-16: 0%

44. New Mexico
2010: 2,000,000
2012: 2,000,000
2013: 2,000,000
2014: 2,000,000
2015: 2,000,000
2016: 2,000,000
2010-16: 0.8%
2015-16: 0%

45. New York
2010: 19,400,000
2012: 19,600,000
2013: 19,600,000
2014: 19,700,000
2015: 19,700,000
2016: 19,700,000
2010-16: 1.7%
2015-16: 0%

46. Pennsylvania
2010: 12,700,000
2012: 12,700,000
2013: 12,700,000
2014: 12,700,000
2015: 12,700,000
2016: 12,700,000
2010-16: 0.6%
2015-16: -0.1%

47. Connecticut
2010: 3,500,000
2012: 3,500,000
2013: 3,500,000
2014: 3,500,000
2015: 3,500,000
2016: 3,500,000
2010-16: -0.1%
2015-16: -0.2%

48. Vermont
2010: 625,000
2012: 626,000
2013: 627,000
2014: 626,000
2015: 626,000
2016: 624,000
2010-16: -0.2%
2015-16: -0.2%

49. Wyoming
2010: 564,000
2012: 576,000
2013: 582,000
2014: 583,000
2015: 586,000
2016: 585,000
2010-16: 3.6%
2015-16: -0.2%

50. Illinois
2010: 12,800,000
2012: 12,800,000
2013: 12,800,000
2014: 12,800,000
2015: 12,800,000
2016: 12,800,000
2010-16: -0.3%
2015-16: -0.3%

51. West Virginia
2010: 1,800,000
2012: 1,800,000
2013: 1,800,000
2014: 1,800,000
2015: 1,800,000
2016: 1,800,000
2010-16: -1.3%
2015-16: -0.5%

[Source: U.S. Census Bureau]

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