What is the state of Wyoming’s population in 2020?
According to a recent article published by the News24, the state’s population was estimated to be 2.65 million in 2020.
This figure comes from data from the U.S. Census Bureau and is based on the 2020 U.s.
Population Reference Bureau’s estimates of population.
In the same article, the article said that the population growth rate for the state was 1.4 percent per year.
That rate is slightly higher than the Census Bureau’s previous estimate of 1.2 percent per decade.
The state’s current population growth is 2.64 percent per annum, which would place Wyoming’s current annual population at 2.62 million.
The article states that the state is expected to be the eighth most populous state in the country.
The news outlet noted that the Wyoming population growth of 2.66 percent would place it second only to Texas.
The number of Americans born in the state increased by 1.7 percent to 2.45 million in 2021.
Wyoming was the only state to have more than one million people born in 2021, with Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado, and Nevada following.
The population in the Rocky Mountain states increased by 2.3 percent to 3.23 million.
The article also noted that Wyoming has had its population increase from an estimated 1.6 million in the year 2020 to 1.9 million in 2025.
According to the article, Wyoming’s new residents are coming from all over the country and are not just coming to the state for work.