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According to US Census Bureau estimates, there were almost a million same-sex couple households in 2018. Just over half of them were female-coupled households.
It's been a decade since the last official census. Get ready to be counted.
Every facet of population change is contributing to the decline in growth.
As of 2018, the foreign-born population comprises 14% of the US population, more than double their 6% share in 1980.
The federal government has counted the Native American population in various ways throughout the years. Recent data shows how the demographic is growing.
How has the 65+ population changed in comparison to the under 18 population in each state?
Look through annual data to see how population and demographics have changed in every state and the nation as a whole.
The US Census Bureau will not be asking the question in 2020. While the question has been missing from the Census Bureau’s primary national survey since 1950, the agency has been asking the question in various ways since 1820.
For a comprehensive view on interstate migration patterns, please read our interactive report based on federal individual income tax returns as analyzed by the IRS.