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This Is the State That Will Grow the Most by 2040

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20. Minnesota
> Projected pop. change, 2020-2040: +12.0% (+681,220 people)
> 2020 population: 5,683,666 (22nd highest)
> 2040 projected population: 6,364,886 (20th highest)

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19. Tennessee
> Projected pop. change, 2020-2040: +14.0% (+961,806 people)
> 2020 population: 6,861,856 (16th highest)
> 2040 projected population: 7,823,662 (15th highest)

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18. Virginia
> Projected pop. change, 2020-2040: +14.1% (+1,221,707 people)
> 2020 population: 8,655,021 (12th highest)
> 2040 projected population: 9,876,728 (11th highest)

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17. California
> Projected pop. change, 2020-2040: +14.9% (+6,028,361 people)
> 2020 population: 40,438,640 (the highest)
> 2040 projected population: 46,467,001 (the highest)

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16. Montana
> Projected pop. change, 2020-2040: +15.0% (+161,669 people)
> 2020 population: 1,074,635 (8th lowest)
> 2040 projected population: 1,236,304 (8th lowest)

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