NJSPL – New Jersey Population Growth Recovers

December 21, 2023

The U.S. Census Bureau’s annual state population estimates released this month show New Jersey resuming population growth after experiencing a decline of nearly 30,000 residents since the 2020 Decennial Census. The increase of just over 30,000 residents (0.3%) in 2023 as of the Bureau’s July 1 estimate brings state population to slightly above the April 1 2020 decennial base, and exceeds the most recent R/ECON state population growth forecast of 15,800 in 2023 by almost double.

New Jersey Components of Population Change Table, 2020-2023

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