Special Report

This State Had the Biggest Population Drop in the Past 10 Years

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27. Nebraska
> Pct. change in population, 2010-2020: +7.2%
> Resident population, July 1, 2010: 1,829,542
> Resident population, April 1, 2020: 1,961,504

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28. Nevada
> Pct. change in population, 2010-2020: +14.9%
> Resident population, July 1, 2010: 2,702,405
> Resident population, April 1, 2020: 3,104,614

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29. New Hampshire
> Pct. change in population, 2010-2020: +4.6%
> Resident population, July 1, 2010: 1,316,762
> Resident population, April 1, 2020: 1,377,529

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30. New Jersey
> Pct. change in population, 2010-2020: +5.6%
> Resident population, July 1, 2010: 8,799,446
> Resident population, April 1, 2020: 9,288,994

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31. New Mexico
> Pct. change in population, 2010-2020: +2.6%
> Resident population, July 1, 2010: 2,064,552
> Resident population, April 1, 2020: 2,117,522

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