Six hours ago (according to CNN) the population of the United States of America reached 300,000,000, but do you think that figure is real? Babies are born in the USA every seven seconds. Could the population be far greater than 300 million because of illegal immigrants? What is your estimation of the current population of all people in the USA?
US Population Growth
U.S. Population grew 9.7% in the past decade to 308,745,538, the slowest rate since the Great Depression. Ref. CNN
U.S. Grows 9.7 percent; SD county among 5 largest
The U.S. Census Bureau released national 2010 census data showing population growth of 9.7 percent, 308.7 million. Hispanics and Asian grew the fastest, now accounting for 16.3 and 4.8 percent of the population. Ref. Source 8
Comments: We may be growing but is it in the right direction? All these babies are mostly coming from illegal immigrants, ghettos and drug addicts. Then they grow up learning how to leach on the system. So yeah America's population is growing and its getting crowded.
Abortion Effect: U.S. Seeing Slowest Population Growth Since 1930
After almost 40 years of legalized abortions throughout the United States - and longer in states that okayed abortions pre-Roe - the U.S. Population has been decimated to the point that the nation is seeing the lowest population growth since the 1930s.
Abortion has destroyed not only one generation of Americans but a second as well - people who should be boosting the fertility rate in their childbearing years now who were victims of abortions in the 1970s and 1980s. In total, more than 55 million Americans are been victimized by abortions and millions more were never born because their parents were aborted. Ref. Source 5
Current US Population: 311,591,917 - Jul 2011 Source: U.S. Census Bureau
White deaths exceeded births in one-third of states
More whites died than were born in a record high 17 states in 2014 compared to just four in 2004, according to new research. Some 121 million people representing 38 percent of the U.S. Population reside in these states: California, Pennsylvania, Florida, Arizona, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New Hampshire, Mississippi, Arkansas, Delaware, Nevada, Maine, Alabama, Connecticut, New Mexico, West Virginia and Rhode Island. Ref. Source 1k.