There are 10,077,331 people living in Michigan, the most populous metropolis being Detroit.
When considering the most populous states in the United States, North Carolina might not be the first to spring to mind. There is no huge city in this province.
Georgia is an unusual example because it is not the largest state, yet its population is over 10 million.
Cleveland and Columbus, the state's most populous metropolis with a combined population of nearly 12 million, can also be found here.
Chicago alone is home to about 2.69 million of Illinois' 12.8 million residents.
Because of its size and central position in the country, the state is home to a sizable population and serves as a major economic centre for the entire country.
New York now has over 20 million residents, and the state is expected to continue to expand at a healthy rate.
Despite having more than 21 million residents, Florida does not have a major hub comparable to New York City.
During the period between 2010 and 2020, Texas saw the largest percentage and absolute growth in population of any state.
California is the most populous state in the United States. In 2020, there will be 39,538,223 residents in this province.