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This Is the State That Will Grow the Most by 2040

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25. Massachusetts
> Projected pop. change, 2020-2040: +10.9% (+760,536 people)
> 2020 population: 6,982,092 (15th highest)
> 2040 projected population: 7,742,628 (16th highest)

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24. Oklahoma
> Projected pop. change, 2020-2040: +10.9% (+437,858 people)
> 2020 population: 4,001,180 (23rd lowest)
> 2040 projected population: 4,439,038 (23rd lowest)

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23. Maryland
> Projected pop. change, 2020-2040: +11.1% (+681,557 people)
> 2020 population: 6,161,345 (19th highest)
> 2040 projected population: 6,842,902 (19th highest)

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22. Hawaii
> Projected pop. change, 2020-2040: +11.4% (+165,801 people)
> 2020 population: 1,453,902 (11th lowest)
> 2040 projected population: 1,619,703 (11th lowest)

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21. Nebraska
> Projected pop. change, 2020-2040: +12.0% (+234,042 people)
> 2020 population: 1,956,876 (14th lowest)
> 2040 projected population: 2,190,918 (14th lowest)

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