United States Census 1980

United States Census 1980
Erhoben am1. April 1980
Veränderung zu 1970+ 11,4 %
Bevölkerungsreichster BundesstaatKalifornien
Bevölkerungsärmster BundesstaatAlaska

Der United States Census 1980 war die 20. Volkszählung in den Vereinigten Staaten seit 1790. Sie wurde vom United States Census Bureau durchgeführt.


Zum Stichtag am 1. April 1980 lebten in den USA 226.545.805 Menschen. Die Einwohnerzahl wuchs damit im Vergleich zu 1970 um 11,4 Prozent. Der bevölkerungsreichste Staat war Kalifornien mit 23,7 Millionen Einwohnern, der kleinste war letztmals Alaska mit 400.000. 1985 löste Wyoming Alaska als bevölkerungsärmsten Bundesstaat ab.[1]

Die in den alle zehn Jahre stattfindenden Volkszählungen der Vereinigten Staaten ermittelten Einwohnerzahlen der Bundesstaaten sind der Schlüssel zur Festlegung der Anzahl der Abgeordneten aus diesen Bundesstaaten im Repräsentantenhaus der Vereinigten Staaten. Die Anpassung wird in der Regel im übernächsten Kongress nach einer Volkszählung vorgenommen.

Staaten nach Einwohnerzahl

Bundesstaaten der USA nach Einwohnerzahl im Jahr 1980.

1USA-KalifornienKalifornien Kalifornien23.669.000
2USA-New YorkNew York New York17.557.000
3USA-TexasTexas Texas14.228.000
4USA-PennsylvaniaPennsylvania Pennsylvania11.867.000
5USA-IllinoisIllinois Illinois11.419.000
6USA-OhioOhio Ohio10.797.000
7USA-FloridaFlorida Florida9.739.000
8USA-MichiganMichigan Michigan9.259.000
9USA-New JerseyNew Jersey New Jersey7.364.000
10USA-North CarolinaNorth Carolina North Carolina5.874.000
11USA-MassachusettsMassachusetts Massachusetts5.737.000
12USA-IndianaIndiana Indiana5.491.000
13USA-GeorgiaGeorgia Georgia5.464.000
14USA-VirginiaVirginia Virginia5.346.000
15USA-MissouriMissouri Missouri4.917.000
16USA-WisconsinWisconsin Wisconsin4.706.000
17USA-TennesseeTennessee Tennessee4.591.000
18USA-MarylandMaryland Maryland4.216.000
19USA-LouisianaLouisiana Louisiana4.203.000
20USA-WashingtonWashington Washington4.130.000
21USA-MinnesotaMinnesota Minnesota4.077.000
22USA-AlabamaAlabama Alabama3.891.000
23USA-KentuckyKentucky Kentucky3.661.000
24USA-South CarolinaSouth Carolina South Carolina3.119.000
25USA-ConnecticutConnecticut Connecticut3.107.000
26USA-OklahomaOklahoma Oklahoma3.026.000
27USA-IowaIowa Iowa2.914.000
28USA-ColoradoColorado Colorado2.890.000
29USA-ArizonaArizona Arizona2.718.000
30USA-OregonOregon Oregon2.632.000
31USA-MississippiMississippi Mississippi2.520.000
32USA-KansasKansas Kansas2.363.000
33USA-ArkansasArkansas Arkansas2.285.000
34USA-West VirginiaWest Virginia West Virginia1.950.000
35USA-NebraskaNebraska Nebraska1.570.000
36USA-UtahUtah Utah1.461.000
37USA-New MexicoNew Mexico New Mexico1.299.000
38USA-MaineMaine Maine1.125.000
39USA-HawaiiHawaii Hawaii985.000
40USA-Rhode IslandRhode Island Rhode Island948.000
41USA-IdahoIdaho Idaho945.000
42USA-New HampshireNew Hampshire New Hampshire921.000
43USA-NevadaNevada Nevada799.000
44USA-MontanaMontana Montana787.000
45USA-South DakotaSouth Dakota South Dakota690.000
46USA-North DakotaNorth Dakota North Dakota654.000
...USA-District of ColumbiaDistrict of Columbia District of Columbia638.000
47USA-DelawareDelaware Delaware596.000
48USA-VermontVermont Vermont512.000
49USA-WyomingWyoming Wyoming471.000
50USA-AlaskaAlaska Alaska400.000

Städte nach Einwohnerzahl

Die 20 bevölkerungsreichsten Städte der USA nach Einwohnerzahl im Jahr 1970.

1New York CityNew York7.071.639
3Los AngelesKalifornien2.966.850
8San DiegoKalifornien875.538
11San AntonioTexas785.880
13San FranciscoKalifornien678.974
15Washington, D.C.District of Columbia638.333
17San JoseKalifornien629.442


  1. Section 1: Population. (PDF; 8,0 MB) auf: census.gov

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