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Local Population Adds 60 New Persons Daily Within the Last Decade

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The local population of a metropolitan area gained more than 57 people per day over in the past 10 years from births and new residents. This is according to U.S. Census Bureau estimates released in May. It ranks the state’s city capital high among large areas regionally and nationwide.

Local Population Ranking

Columbus, Ohio ranked 22nd among the 263 metro areas in the bureau tracks. Thereby at 57.87 people gained per day. Comprising Franklin county and nine surrounding counties, they gained 232,538 people from 2010 to 2020. If divided by 4,018 days that equates to 57.87 new residents per day. These numbers are from the metropolitan statistical area (MSA).

Local Increasing Population

Increasing population and its large size is where Columbus’ high rank. It is an approximately 2,138,946 people in 2020. More than 1 million people comprises the all top-25 metros in people gained by day. But, there are just eight of the top-25 metros in percent population growth. Thus two of the to 17. Bot had more than a million people.

Columbus Rankings

Columbus had a 12.20% growth that ranked 59th in the county. Then 17th among metros will, in fact, have more than 1 million people. This is in the percent of the population gained since 2010.

2020 Census Results Not Involved In Counts

Without incorporation or consideration of the 2020 census results, last year’s population figures were produced. In fact, they have only been released for state totals. By August 16th, official and more what is being called granular data from the census will be given to the state for legislative redistributing.

Columbus Ranked Second

Ranked second only to another Midwest state, the Columbus MSA stated the city in people gained since 2010. This was among the Census Bureau’s 70 Midwest Metros. They actually sit in 12 states. Also since 2010, the percentage growth in Columbus was 12.20% ranking fifth among Midwest metros and then first among the 12 Midwest metros with more than a million people.

In the U.S., Columbus is the 29th-largest metro area. In the Midwest, it’s the 7th-largest. Then in Ohio, it’s the 2nd-largest.

Columbus is the 29th-largest metro area in the U.S., the 7th-largest in the Midwest, and the 2nd-largest in Ohio. There are about 100,000 more people in The Cincinnati MSA.

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