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This Is the State That Will Grow the Most by 2040

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35. Kansas
> Projected pop. change, 2020-2040: +3.3% (+96,441 people)
> 2020 population: 2,936,212 (16th lowest)
> 2040 projected population: 3,032,653 (17th lowest)

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34. New Jersey
> Projected pop. change, 2020-2040: +4.2% (+381,938 people)
> 2020 population: 9,088,074 (11th highest)
> 2040 projected population: 9,470,012 (13th highest)

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33. New York
> Projected pop. change, 2020-2040: +4.2% (+842,338 people)
> 2020 population: 20,031,150 (4th highest)
> 2040 projected population: 20,873,488 (4th highest)

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32. Kentucky
> Projected pop. change, 2020-2040: +4.8% (+216,228 people)
> 2020 population: 4,498,533 (25th lowest)
> 2040 projected population: 4,714,761 (24th lowest)

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31. Wyoming
> Projected pop. change, 2020-2040: +5.2% (+30,407 people)
> 2020 population: 585,380 (the lowest)
> 2040 projected population: 615,787 (2nd lowest)

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