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States That Will Grow the Most by 2040

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45. Maine
> Projected pop. change, 2020-2040: -0.9% (-12,621 people)
> 2020 population: 1,338,780 (9th lowest)
> 2040 projected population: 1,326,159 (9th lowest)

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44. Rhode Island
> Projected pop. change, 2020-2040: -0.7% (-7,016 people)
> 2020 population: 1,062,334 (7th lowest)
> 2040 projected population: 1,055,318 (5th lowest)

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43. Michigan
> Projected pop. change, 2020-2040: -0.3% (-32,200 people)
> 2020 population: 9,992,315 (10th highest)
> 2040 projected population: 9,960,115 (10th highest)

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42. Pennsylvania
> Projected pop. change, 2020-2040: -0.3% (-35,735 people)
> 2020 population: 12,844,885 (5th highest)
> 2040 projected population: 12,809,150 (6th highest)

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41. Ohio
> Projected pop. change, 2020-2040: +0.4% (+46,278 people)
> 2020 population: 11,705,262 (7th highest)
> 2040 projected population: 11,751,540 (9th highest)

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