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Resident Population in the West South Central Census Division (CWSCPOP)
Observation:
2017: 39,924.072 (+ more)Updated: Jan 24, 2018
2017:  39,924.072  
2016:  39,500.457  
2015:  39,006.070  
2014:  38,443.041  
2013:  37,912.694 
Units:
Thousands of Persons,Not Seasonally Adjusted
Frequency:
AnnualResident Population in the West South Central Census Division
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Resident Population in the West South Central Census Division
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Title  Release Dates  


Resident Population in the West South Central Census Division  20061222  20180118 
Source  


U.S. Bureau of the Census  20061222  20180118 
Release  


Annual Estimates of the Population for the U.S. and States, and for Puerto Rico  20061222  20180118 
Units  


Thousands of Persons  20061222  20180118 
Frequency  


Annual  20061222  20180118 
Seasonal Adjustment  


Not Seasonally Adjusted  20061222  20180118 
Notes  


Data for "Resident Population" from 1900 to present are estimates as of July 1

20061222  20180118 
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