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How has population grown and changed over a decade in the US? This map reveals all

Texas counties saw a lot of population growth as well, with five of the top 10 gainers located in the state of Texas. Image: Unsplash/NASA

Nick Routley

Creative Director & Writer, Visual Capitalist


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A map showing a decade of US population growth. Image: Visual Capitalist

Maricopa County in Arizona saw the highest population growth. Image: Visual Capitalist

Many of these counties saw a continuation of decades-long trends. Image: Visual Capitalist

Chart showing US county population growth by percentage Image: Visual Capitalist

The strongest population growth were located in high-growth states like Florida and Texas. Image: Visual Capitalist
Recent population growth and drop numbers reflect longer-term trends. Image: Visual Capitalist

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