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    Marc Littmann
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    Just spent some time over lunch looking at statista.com. Looks like a decent site for statistical info on population, demographics, and much more. Will be checking into it further. ANyone use it yet? There is a free basic package and a $49/mo premium option.

    Also, just ran across this really cool animation showing population density change from 1790 to today:

    Marc Littmann
    Longmont, CO

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    Liked these, as well:

    U.S. counties by population density from 1990 to 2017:
    https://www.vividmaps.com/2018/08/u-s-population-density-1990-2017.html

    Percent Change in Population by U.S. County (1990 – 2017):
    https://www.vividmaps.com/2018/09/percent-change-population-u-s-county-1990-2017.html

    The fastest growing counties in the United States (% change) (1990-2017)
    1. Douglas (Colorado) +444
    2. Forsyth (Georgia) +409
    3. Loudoun (Virginia) +356
    4. Sumter (Florida) +294
    5. Williamson (Texas) +289
    6. Paulding (Georgia) +279
    7. Henry (Georgia) +277
    8. Flagler (Florida) +275
    9. Rockwall (Texas) +274
    10. Pinal (Arizona) +269
    11. Lincoln (South Dakota) +267
    12. Collin (Texas) +264
    13. Washington (Utah) +237
    14. Fort Bend (Texas) +235
    15. Teton (Idaho) +229
    16. Hays (Texas) +226
    17. Osceola (Florida) +220
    18. Kendal (Illinois) +219
    19. Wasatch (Utah) +217
    20. Montgomery (Texas) +210

    The fastest shrinking counties in the United States (% change)
    1. Skagway-Hoonah-Angoon (Alaska) -69
    2. Wrangell-Petersburg (Alaska) -64
    3. McDowell (West Virginia) -47
    4. Terrel (Texas) – 41
    5. Alexander (Illinois) -40
    6. Aleutians West (Alaska) -39
    7. Chattahoochee (Georgia) -38
    8. Cavalier (North Dakota) -37
    9. Cottle (Texas) -37
    10. Monroe (Arkansas) -37
    11. Towner (North Dakota) -37
    12. Bristol Bay (Alaska) -37
    13. Sharkey (Mississippi) -37
    14. Esmeralda (Nevada) -36
    15. Sheridan (North Dakota) -35
    16. Cochran (Texas) -35
    17. Tensas (Louisiana) -35
    18. Culberson (Texas) -34
    19. Cimarron (Oklahoma) -34
    20. Lane (Kansas) -34

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    U.S. counties with lowest density, people per square mile (2017)
    1. Yukon-Koyukuk (Alaska) – 0,04
    2. Lake and Peninsula (Alaska) – 0,06
    3. Yakutat (Alaska) – 0,09
    4. North Slope (Alaska) – 0,11
    5. Denali (Alaska) – 0,16
    6. Loving (Texas) – 0,20
    7. Northwest Arctic (Alaska) – 0,21
    8. Esmeralda (Nevada) – 0,24
    9. Valdez-Cordova (Alaska) – 0,26
    10. Dillingham (Alaska) – 0,26
    11. Garfield (Montana) – 0,27
    12. Southeast Fairbanks (Alaska) – 0,27
    13. Kenedy (Texas) – 0,30
    14. King (Texas) – 0,31
    15. Petroleum (Montana) – 0,32
    16. Harding (New Mexico) – 0,33
    17. Terrell (Texas) – 0,33
    18. Carter (Montana) – 0,37
    19. Bethel (Alaska) – 0,43
    20. Nome (Alaska) – 0,43

    U.S. counties with highest population density, people per square mile (2017)
    1. New York (New York) – 73145,56
    2. Kings (New York) – 44353,16
    3. Bronx (New York) – 36842,09
    4. Queens (New York) – 22424,67
    5. San Francisco (California) – 18728,09
    6. Hudson (New Jersey) – 12242,55
    7. Suffolk (Massachusetts) – 11629,87
    8. Philadelphia (Pennsylvania) – 10788,22
    9. District of Columbia (District of Columbia) – 10513,95
    10. Richmond (New York) – 9961,58
    11. Manassas Park (Virginia) – 9590,23
    12. Alexandria (Virginia) – 9277,07
    13. Arlington (Virginia) – 9086,64
    14. Baltimore City (Maryland) – 7165,31
    15. Essex (New Jersey) – 6227,06
    16. Cook (Illinois) – 5408,59
    17. Union (New Jersey) – 5229,26
    18. Norfolk (Virginia) – 5066,29
    19. Nassau (New York) – 5020,89
    20. Harrisonburg (Virginia) – 4855,71

    Marc Littmann
    Longmont, CO

    Marc Littmann
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    Like this county population change map, which shows growth/declines in population by county between 2017-2018:

    https://www.businessinsider.com/fastest-growing-and-shrinking-counties-in-america-2019-4

    Growth/decline in population by county, 2017-2018

    Marc Littmann
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    Joey Elaty
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    Good Stuff Marc thanks for sharing!

    Walter Hrezbek
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    Marc this data is really fantastic! Thank you for sharing

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