New York’s population hit new record in 2016

New York City’s population increased by 7,200 people in 2016, according to a new report by the city’s population research institute. 

The numbers were up from 6,500 people in 2015. 

According to the New York Census Bureau, the population is growing at a rate of 5,400 people per day.

The city has more than a million residents. 

In 2016, the New Yorker population was about 6,600, according the New Yorkers who live here. 

About 10% of the city population is foreign born, and more than one-third of the foreign-born population lives in New York. 

New York’s largest cities are Brooklyn, Manhattan, Queens, Staten Island, and Brooklyn Park. 

There are over a million people in the city of Manhattan alone, according Census data. 

Brooklyn is home to the city council.