State Populations 2017

Rank State 2017 Population
1California39,849,872
2Texas28,449,186
3Florida21,002,678
4New York19,889,657
5Pennsylvania12,819,975
6Illinois12,815,607
7Ohio11,646,273
8Georgia10,450,316
9North Carolina10,247,632
10Michigan9,935,116
11New Jersey8,996,351
12Virginia8,492,783
13Washington7,384,721
14Arizona7,026,629
15Massachusetts6,873,018
16Tennessee6,705,339
17Indiana6,663,280
18Missouri6,123,362
19Maryland6,068,511
20Wisconsin5,795,147
21Colorado5,658,546
22Minnesota5,554,532
23South Carolina5,030,118
24Alabama4,884,115
25Louisiana4,714,192
26Kentucky4,450,042
27Oregon4,144,527
28Oklahoma3,974,794
29Connecticut3,583,134
30Iowa3,152,735
31Utah3,098,761
32Arkansas3,000,942
33Nevada2,995,973
34Mississippi2,990,113
35Kansas2,929,909
36New Mexico2,084,193
37Nebraska1,922,610
38West Virginia1,834,882
39Idaho1,695,178
40Hawaii1,454,295
41New Hampshire1,335,832
42Maine1,327,472
43Rhode Island1,059,080
44Montana1,052,343
45Delaware965,866
46South Dakota868,799
47North Dakota790,701
48Alaska741,204
49District of Columbia697,012
50Vermont624,592
51Wyoming589,713