Which states are moving the fastest?
A couple of states have moved the fastest, according to data from a new project that analyzes the states’ move from an inefficient to an efficient way of moving people.
New Hampshire has seen the fastest growth in house moves, which account for about 5 percent of the population, and Utah is next fastest, followed by Montana.
All told, New Hampshire, Utah, Montana, and Idaho are in the top five for the year.
This is the first time in at least a decade that the Census Bureau has measured a state’s total population.
The states’ population was 3.3 million when the census was done in 1990.
The Census Bureau reports that the average household size in those states has increased from 2.4 people in 1990 to 2.8 in 2010.
The most populous state, New York, has been the fastest-growing of the 50.
The rest of the states, including California, Florida, Texas, and Maryland, have been moving faster.
The data suggests that, as the economy has improved, the states have been shifting people more.
While many of the fastest states moved more people, the slowest states, New Mexico, Colorado, and Wyoming, have slowed their population growth.
All 50 states have at least one population growth rate above the national average, according the Census data.
But most states have only slightly slower growth rates than the national rate.
In states that have had slower population growth, it has been concentrated in the Northeast.
For example, the Northeast has experienced its fastest growth rate, or population growth per 100,000 people, in New England states, and the slow-growing states, like Montana, have experienced a slower rate of growth in the Southeast.