Early estimates show the US population stayed nearly flat in the year that ended on July 1, 2021, The Wall Street Journal reported.
Stories during the pandemic showed that people were moving, but Census estimates show that really the trends were similar to previous years.
In 2010, the population of the Mountain State stood at 1.85 million, but by 2020, that number had declined to 1.79 million people, per the US Census.
Recently released estimates from the Census Bureau show the balance of "natural population change" across the country.
Comal County, Texas, grew the fastest in a year among counties with a population of at least 10,000 as of July 2020 with a 5.35% increase.
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