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What are the Alaska population projections?

Alaskans will be the largest and most populous state in the country in 2026, the Associated Press reported Thursday, with the state expected to reach its current population of nearly 12 million by 2027.

Alaska is forecast to add more than 3.5 million people in 2027, which would make it the third-largest state in terms of population.

Alaskas population was projected to increase by 4.5 percent in 2033, according to the report.

Alaskans are projected to add about 730,000 new residents in 2037, according the report, and the state is projected to gain 1.5 billion people between 2040 and 2070.

The Alaska population was calculated using current population data from the U.S. Census Bureau, which gives an estimate for the number of people in the state at the start of each year.

The Census Bureau also includes projections for population growth based on the size of new housing units and the number and type of households that have been built since 2010.

In 2020, Alaska has about 1.2 million people.

The state will add more residents by 2029, according that report.

According to the AP, the state will lose roughly 6 million people between 2030 and 2034, as it is projected that people will move out of the state, including those in cities.

Alaska will also lose more than 1 million residents between 2037 and 2040, the report said.