The United States is the most populated nation in 2020 with an estimated 8.5 billion people, according to new estimates released Wednesday by the Pew Research Center.
California has more than 3.5 times the U.S. population, followed by New York, Texas and Florida.
The population growth rates for each state are compared to the U-S Census Bureau’s projections.
The new data also include population estimates for the rest of the country.
The population of the U, U.K., and Australia has increased to about 2.6 billion and 2.5 trillion respectively.
Population growth rates in other parts of the world have also increased, according the U.-S Census.
California is on pace to surpass Mexico as the most-populous state with about 845 million people, followed closely by the U to Mexico, with 787 million.
That means California is more populous than New York and Texas combined.
California has seen its population grow by about 20 percent over the last 20 years, and that growth is expected to continue, according data from the Pew Center.
That is largely due to people moving to California.
The state is home to nearly a third of the nation’s population, according for the Pew study.
California’s population is expected as much as 6.5 percent higher in 2030, while the U is expected grow by a similar amount.
In 2030, California will have about 1.9 billion people.
In 2030, the U will have 929 million people.
In 2020, California has the most population growth rate in the U., and that rate will increase by about 2 percent, Pew found.
California is expected increase its population by about 7 million people over the next 10 years.
The U.W. is expected gain about 5 million people each year over the same period.
The U.P. is forecast to lose about 7.6 million people in 2030.
The majority of that loss is expected in California, the Pew report found.
The states that are expected to be most populous by 2030 are: California, Florida, Texas, New York (including New Jersey), Texas and New Jersey, and the U of New Mexico, New Mexico and Nevada.
In 2019, Florida will have the most people, and it is expected that the state will grow by more than 10 million people by 2030.
In 2018, Texas will have a population that is about one-fourth of the population of New York.
In 2019, Texas is expected add more than 2 million people to the state.
In 2017, the population in New York was almost half the U’S.
In 2018, the state’s population will be about one fourth the size of California.
In 2016, New Jersey has more people than the U.’s population.
In 2020, New Yorkers will be slightly more populous, with a population of 1.1 million.
The most populous states in 2020 are:California, Florida and New YorkSource: Pew ResearchCenter/U.
S Census dataSource: News24