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List of Mexican states by population growth rate

The following table is a list of the 31 federal states and the Federal District of Mexico, ranked in order by population growth from estimated population from 2014 estimate to 2010 census population from the National Institute of Statistics, Geography, and Data Processing.[1]

Map of population change in Mexico states between 2010 and 2011.
Rank State 2014 Estimate [2] 2010 Census [3] Change Numeric Change
1  Baja California Sur !B2147483647 743,953 !B2147483647 637,026 !D0002147483647 +16.79% 106,927
2  Quintana Roo !B2147483647 1,535,628 !B2147483647 1,325,578 !D0002147483647 +15.85% 210,050
3  Nayarit !B2147483647 1,204,111 !B2147483647 1,084,979 !D0002147483647 +10.98% 119,132
4  México !B2147483647 16,651,171 !B2147483647 15,175,862 !D0002147483647 +9.72% 1,475,309
5  Colima !B2147483647 712,588 !B2147483647 650,555 !D0002147483647 +9.54% 62,033
6  Baja California !B2147483647 3,439,527 !B2147483647 3,155,070 !D0002147483647 +9.02% 284,457
7  Sonora !B2147483647 2,897,687 !B2147483647 2,662,480 !D0002147483647 +8.83% 235,207
8  Campeche !B2147483647 895,910 !B2147483647 822,441 !D0002147483647 +8.93% 73,469
9  Chiapas !B2147483647 5,195,070 !B2147483647 4,796,580 !D0002147483647 +8.31% 398,490
10  Chihuahua !B2147483647 3,678,056 !B2147483647 3,406,465 !D0002147483647 +7.97% 271,591
11  Querétaro !B2147483647 1,978,299 !B2147483647 1,827,937 !D0002147483647 +8.23% 150,362
12  Tlaxcala !B2147483647 1,262,940 !B2147483647 1,169,936 !D0002147483647 +7.95% 93,004
13  Nuevo León !B2147483647 5,022,848 !B2147483647 4,653,458 !D0002147483647 +7.94% 369,390
14  Sinaloa !B2147483647 2,962,047 !B2147483647 2,767,761 !D0002147483647 +7.02% 194,286
15  Tamaulipas !B2147483647 3,508,008 !B2147483647 3,268,554 !D0002147483647 +7.33% 239,454
16  Durango !B2147483647 1,749,106 !B2147483647 1,632,934 !D0002147483647 +7.11% 116,172
17  Aguascalientes !B2147483647 1,272,433 !B2147483647 1,184,996 !D0002147483647 +7.38% 87,437
18  Yucatán !B2147483647 2,095,005 !B2147483647 1,955,577 !D0002147483647 +7.13% 139,428
19  Morelos !B2147483647 1,900,312 !B2147483647 1,777,227 !D0002147483647 +6.93% 123,085
 Mexico !B2147483647 119,879,581 !B2147483647 112,336,538 !D0002147483647 +6.71% 7,543,043
20  Jalisco !B2147483647 7,850,061 !B2147483647 7,350,682 !D0002147483647 +6.79% 499,379
21  Hidalgo !B2147483647 2,847,347 !B2147483647 2,665,018 !D0002147483647 +6.84% 182,329
22  Coahuila !B2147483647 2,930,129 !B2147483647 2,748,391 !D0002147483647 +6.61% 181,738
23  Puebla !B2147483647 6,139,519 !B2147483647 5,779,829 !D0002147483647 +6.22% 359,690
24  San Luis Potosí !B2147483647 2,731,485 !B2147483647 2,585,518 !D0002147483647 +5.65% 145,967
25  Tabasco !B2147483647 2,362,551 !B2147483647 2,238,603 !D0002147483647 +5.54% 123,948
26  Guanajuato !B2147483647 5,775,738 !B2147483647 5,486,372 !D0002147483647 +5.27% 289,366
27  Oaxaca !B2147483647 3,989,551 !B2147483647 3,801,962 !D0002147483647 +4.93% 187,589
28  Michoacán !B2147483647 4,568,096 !B2147483647 4,351,037 !D0002147483647 +4.99% 217,059
29  Zacatecas !B2147483647 1,564,961 !B2147483647 1,490,668 !D0002147483647 +4.98% 74,293
30  Guerrero !B2147483647 3,549,521 !B2147483647 3,388,768 !D0002147483647 +4.74% 160,753
31  Veracruz !B2147483647 7,993,727 !B2147483647 7,643,194 !D0002147483647 +4.59% 350,533
-  Federal District !B2147483647 8,872,196 !B2147483647 8,851,080 !D0002147483647 +0.24% 21,116

See also

References

  1. ^ (Spanish) Website of the National Institute of Statistics, Geography, and Data Processing
  2. ^ "ENOE". Retrieved November 25, 2014. 
  3. ^ "INEGI Censo de Población y Vivienda 2010". Retrieved December 21, 2012. 
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