Florida's Population Is Shrinking
Florida seemed to be on the fast track to overtaking New York as the third-most populace state, according to the 2010 Census. Since 2000, the Sunshine State's population has boomed by more than 3 million, and the 2008 estimate put us at 18,328,340, just shy of New York's 19,490,297.
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