Colorado Added 91000 Residents Last Year
Colorado added 91,000 residents last year!
Utah grabbed headlines when the Census Bureau called the Beehive State the nation's fastest-growing state.
The state's high birth rate, strong tech industry and growing Mormon church all contributed to Utah's march past 3 million residents.
Colorado, which more than 5.5 million people call home, wasn't far behind, taking the No. 7 spot on the Census Bureau's list of states with the fastest population growth.
Colorado added more than 91,000 residents between July 2015 and July 2016, a change of 1.68 percent. Utah, at 2.03 percent, was the only state in the nation to eclipse 2 percent population growth in the period measured.
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