A Decade of Population Shifts in the U.S.

The first piece of data from the 2010 U.S. Census has been released, showing state-by-state population information. The Urbanophile offers three maps that document how the country has changed since the last Census in 2000.

By reviewing the latest data release, Aaron Renn provides a visual of how the country has changed over time.

His blog includes three maps, such as "a map of the US for percentage change in population from 2000-2010, with color intensity proportional to the change. Michigan is shown in red as the only state to lose population, falling below the 10 million mark. Nevada is the champ at 35%."

Full Story: Census 2010 National and State Results Released

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