NJ Stats: Population Estimates by State

Rank State Total
1 California 37,253,956
2 Texas 25,145,561
3 New York 19,378,102
4 Florida 18,801,310
5 Illinois 12,830,632
6 Pennsylvania 12,702,379
7 Ohio 11,536,504
8 Michigan 9,883,640
9 Georgia 9,687,653
10 North Carolina 9,535,483
11 New Jersey 8,791,894
12 Virginia 8,001,024
13 Washington 6,724,540
14 Massachusetts 6,547,629
15 Indiana 6,483,802
16 Arizona 6,392,017
17 Tennessee 6,346,105
18 Missouri 5,988,927
19 Maryland 5,773,552
20 Wisconsin 5,686,986
21 Minnesota 5,303,925
22 Colorado 5,029,196
23 Alabama 4,779,736
24 South Carolina 4,625,364
25 Louisiana 4,533,372
26 Kentucky 4,339,367
27 Oregon 3,831,074
28 Oklahoma 3,751,351
29 Connecticut 3,574,097
30 Iowa 3,046,355
31 Mississippi 2,967,297
32 Arkansas 2,915,918
33 Kansas 2,853,118
34 Utah 2,763,885
35 Nevada 2,700,551
36 New Mexico 2,059,179
37 West Virginia 1,852,994
38 Nebraska 1,826,341
39 Idaho 1,567,582
40 Hawaii 1,360,301
41 Maine 1,328,361
42 New Hampshire 1,316,470
43 Rhode Island 1,052,567
44 Montana 989,415
45 Delaware 897,934
46 South Dakota 814,180
47 Alaska 710,231
48 North Dakota 672,591
49 Vermont 625,741
50 Wyoming 563,626


The 50 State Average
is 6,162,876

New Jersey
is 42.7% higher than the Average

Source:
U.S. Census Bureau. “Annual Estimates of the Resident Population by Sex, Race, and Hispanic Origin for the United States, States and Counties: April 1, 2010 to July 1, 2014.” American Fact