The U.S. Census Bureau has released its “New Vintage 2020 Population Estimates Available for Nation, States, Counties and Puerto Rico Commonwealth.” The latest data, presented by state, county and metropolitan area, cover the year that ended July 1, 2020. The findings show that people left large cities and moved to suburbs, although the trend was not even nationwide.
The fastest-growing city with a population of over 500,000 was Austin, Texas, which posted an increase of 3.0%. Boise, Idaho, and Lakeland, Florida, followed, each at 2.7%. Two other Florida cities were among the fastest growing: Cape Coral (2.4%) and North Port-Saratoga (2.0%).
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