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Old Posted Jun 23, 2017, 4:01 PM
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More from the UK population estimates released this week.

Local authority areas with highest population growth rates.



Local authority areas with lowest population growth rates.

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Old Posted Jun 23, 2017, 4:05 PM
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Local authority areas with the highest and lowest population densities.

The top of the high density list is dominated by London boroughs with the City of Portsmouth being the highest outside the capital.

Tower Hamlets is now at over 15,000/km2, in 1999 it was below 10,000.



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Old Posted Jun 23, 2017, 4:07 PM
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Local authority areas with the highest and lowest population densities.

The top of the high density list is dominated by London boroughs with the City of Portsmouth being the highest outside the capital.

Tower Hamlets is now at over 15,000/km2, in 1999 it was below 10,000.



Shouldn't this have another thread? The topic here is the US population
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Old Posted Jun 23, 2017, 4:13 PM
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Possibly, but as people were already talking about the populations of China, India, Bangladesh, Brazil, Pakistan etc I thought I'd chuck it in here...
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Old Posted Jun 23, 2017, 4:57 PM
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Does this look normal?



Credit: https://therewillbeasia.wordpress.co...re-train-ride/

If it ever got this bad in the U.S., things might need to be reevaluated.
It's New Jersey Transit.
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It's New Jersey Transit.
No, because the train appears to be moving. If it were stalled in Penn Station with a horde of angry commuters it would be NJ Transit.
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Old Posted Jun 23, 2017, 8:32 PM
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In the entire US according to the latest estimates:

“The non-Hispanic white alone group grew less than one-hundredth of one percent and only gained about 5,000 people,” Lauren Medina, a census demographer, said in a news release.


http://www.newsweek.com/will-america...ulation-628280
The article just points out the data but doesn't go into detail the problems or offer solutions. Those are native born white deaths over births but that does not factor in immigration. White immigration is low but even it's 100k per year that might offset the decline.
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Old Posted Jun 23, 2017, 8:36 PM
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The article just points out the data but doesn't go into detail the problems or offer solutions. Those are native born white deaths over births but that does not factor in immigration. White immigration is low but even it's 100k per year that might offset the decline.
I don't personally find it something to be worried about or requiring a solution. I just found it extremely interesting. It's gotta scare the crap of Trumpies though.
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Old Posted Jun 23, 2017, 11:49 PM
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I don't personally find it something to be worried about or requiring a solution. I just found it extremely interesting. It's gotta scare the crap of Trumpies though.
Of course you don't care. Less whites= good. We fret day and night about minority neighborhoods losing their "identity" but the fact that we are losing whites is painted as good. Its neither good or bad. Just like a neighborhood losing Black's or Hispanics. I just like consistency.
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Old Posted Jun 23, 2017, 11:57 PM
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It's New Jersey Transit.
Seems about right. Its the Northeast Corridor on any given December day. I hope they watch the gap before stepping onto the platform!

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No, because the train appears to be moving. If it were stalled in Penn Station with a horde of angry commuters it would be NJ Transit.
QFT

I've ridden NJ transit for years, and signal problems, and delays are expected. So are loud teenagers and very loud hispanic couples with 10 kids who scream and yell the whole ride. In the quiet train cart too!

Any time there is a Rangers or Devils game, the drunks get on. So usually the toilet is full of vomit chunks. The one toilet on the train..

AND then, when you get off at Newark Penn and have to use the bathroom, there are always guys in their shaving their armpits and half naked. Honorable mention to the guy talking to himself, who is barricaded in a bathroom stall.

Last edited by chris08876; Jun 24, 2017 at 12:08 AM. Reason: If you want a comedy show, go to Newark Penn
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Old Posted Jun 24, 2017, 12:07 PM
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Of course you don't care. Less whites= good. We fret day and night about minority neighborhoods losing their "identity" but the fact that we are losing whites is painted as good. Its neither good or bad. Just like a neighborhood losing Black's or Hispanics. I just like consistency.
Not good or bad. Just interesting. I love when areas improve. If that means more whites, I could care less.
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Old Posted Dec 31, 2017, 10:40 PM
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Been several months since an update. As 2018 approaches in a few hours, the population as of 12/31/17.

According to the Census clock: 326,969,794 (as of 1736 or 5:36 pm)

They do have a list though that is 2 million higher. Right next to the clock:

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1. China 1,384,688,986
2. India 1,296,834,042
3. United States 329,256,465
Population of some states:


Code:
State	Population, 2017	
California	39,536,653	
Texas	28,304,596	
Florida	20,984,400	
New York	19,849,399	
Pennsylvania	12,805,537	
Illinois	  12,802,023	
Ohio	          11,658,609	
Georgia	10,429,379	
North Carolina	10,273,419	
Michigan	9,962,311
The country map does list for the U.S. ; 329,256,465.
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In the 7-8 years since the thread was started with 309 million people in the title, 20 million or so people have been added to the US, which is roughly four-fifths of Australia's entire population, or a bit more than half of Canada's population.
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In the 7-8 years since the thread was started with 309 million people in the title, 20 million or so people have been added to the US, which is roughly four-fifths of Australia's entire population, or a bit more than half of Canada's population.
I saw the thread and didn't look at when it was created...I was thinking, "Man, that's not right. The U.S. has to be closer to 230 million by now." Makes sense.
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