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    New Population Estimates by the U.S. Census Bureau

    Population Clocks as of my time 7:15 am eastern time U.S. 302,483,511
    World 6,608,706,167
    11:13 GMT (EST+5) Jul 31, 2007

    These estimates are used in federal funding allocations, as denominators for vital rates and per capita time series, as survey controls, and in monitoring recent demographic changes. With each new issue of July 1 estimates, we revise estimates for years back to the last census. Previously published estimates are superseded and archived.

    The Population Estimates Program develops and releases monthly national population estimates by demographic characteristics. These estimates cover four different populations: resident population, resident population plus Armed Forces overseas, civilian population and civilian noninstitutional population. Reference dates for monthly estimates are for the first of the month.

    The first release of total population estimates at the end of the calendar year includes demographic components of change (births, deaths, and migration). Later releases include population data by age, sex, race, and Hispanic origin and give numbers for single year of age, different age groups and median age. These data are estimates of the population as of July 1 of each year.

    Minority Population Tops 100 Million
    The nation’s minority population reached 100.7 million, according to the national and state estimates by race, Hispanic origin, sex and age released today by the U.S. Census Bureau. A year ago, the minority population totaled 98.3 million.

    “About one in three U.S. residents is a minority,

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    Look at our infrastructure!!!! Its modeled still from the 1950's power, water, transportation!!! Look what happened in NYC last week with the steamline break it was 80 years old!!! NYC is over 350 years old and the transportation system is built from the mid 1800s to about 1960 or so (major roadways and mass transit)... How is this country going to happen another 100 + million people in the next 10 - 20 years???? Its a joke some areas where I go around is overcrowded as it is!!! Wait I haven't even talked about schools and hospitals or social services!!!
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