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Population Clock ticking…23,376,383 people 

This projection is based on the estimated total Australian for the entire country…..as  resident population at 30 June 2013 and assumes growth since then of:

  • one birth every 1 minute and 41 seconds,
  • one death every 3 minutes and 32 seconds ,
  • a net gain of one international migration every 2 minutes and 10 seconds, leading to
  • an overall total population increase of one person every 1 minute and 18 seconds .

These assumptions are consistent with figures released in Australian Demographic Statistics, June Quarter 2013 (cat. no. 3101.0).Watch this link:  http://www.abs.gov.au/videos/221-0114-001/ABS%20Snapshot%20June%202013.mp4

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In Comparison….. to the United States of America the State of California has 38,332,521 people as at 1 July 2013!

States and territories – the top 6 population states

Rank in
theFifty
States
,
2013
Rank in all
states
& terri-
tories,
2010
State or territory Population estimate for
July 1, 2013
Census population,
April 1, 2010
Census population,
April 1, 2000
Seats in
U.S. House,
2013–2023
Presi-
dential
Electors

2012–
2020
2010 Census Pop.
per
House
seat[4]
2000 Census Pop.
per
House
seat
2000 Census Pop.
per
Pres. Elector
Percent
of total
U.S. pop.,
2010[5]
1 1  California 38,332,521 37,253,956 33,871,648 53 55 702,905 639,088 615,848 11.91%
2 2  Texas 26,448,193 25,145,561 20,851,820 36 38 785,799 651,619 613,289 8.04%
3 3  New York 19,651,127 19,378,102 18,976,457 27 29 668,210 654,361 612,144 6.19%
4 4  Florida 19,552,860 18,801,310 15,982,378 27 29 752,052 639,295 591,940 6.01%
5 5  Illinois 12,882,135 12,830,632 12,419,293 18 20 675,296 653,647 591,395 4.10%
6 6  Pennsylvania 12,773,801 12,702,379 12,281,054 18

Information supplied by:    n.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_U.S._states_and_territories_by_population

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