One Illinois city that saw population bump was Naperville, which gained an estimated 488 residents from 2016 to 2017, according to the Census Bureau.
The latest figures from the U.S. Census Bureau released Thursday, indicate you're most likely to be thinking of relocating from the Northeast to one of the fastest growing large cities in the South. The Census Bureau did not release figures for all municipalities, but the numbers show New Haven, Norwalk and Stamford added residents over the year - with Stamford growing by almost 1 percent.
Its population grew by 23.3 percent as a result of having an estimated 17,881 new residents between 2010 and 2017. Idaho and Colorado were the second- and third-fastest growing states with increases of 1.7 percent and 1.6 percent, respectively.
Seven of the nation's 15 fastest-growing USA cities hail from Texas, according to the census population estimates that rank percentage growth for municipalities exceeding 50,000 in population.
"The population growth has been consistent for the past few years for Maricopa County, and that's largely because of gains from net domestic migration as well as natural increase, meaning more births than deaths, and net worldwide migration", she said.
The U.S. Census Bureau revised estimates from previous years and now shows Chicago's decline in population began in 2015, not 2014. Although it is still the third largest city in the country counting 2.7 million residents, the AP estimates it lost about 3,800 of them since its last count. "The 14 largest U.S.cities have not changed since 2016".More news: Manchester holds mass singalong for arena victims on anniversary of attack
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"That's a growth rate of 1.6 percent".
It was the first time since 2007 that New York City did not lead the pack in population growth.
There are a number of city programs that have moved forward in the last year, including Akron's residential 15-year tax abatement program. West Virginia and Rhode Island were tied as the slowest-growing states with increases of 0.2 percent.
2012-13: 3.9 percent growth, adding 5,527 residents for a total estimated population of 148,559. North Dakota was the fastest-growing state in terms of housing units, with an increase of 18.0 percent during the same period.
Frisco, New Braunfels and Pflugerville topped the overall national rankings, and Georgetown-No.
And it has grown by only 1,492 people since 2010. In terms of the largest numeric increase, the top five were Texas (955,000), California (497,000), Florida (452,000), North Carolina (295,000) and NY (219,000). The data will be embargoed June 19 and publicly released June 21.