- Census Office Newsletter for July
Although the median age from state to state differs considerably, 49 of the 50 states are estimated to have grown older during the decade. North Dakota is the one exception where the population has grown younger since the 2010 Census. According to the 2018 Population Estimates, North Dakota is the fourth youngest state with a median age of 35.2 years. For more details, check out the July edition
of the ND Census Office newsletter.
- 2018 Population Estimates
- 2017 Population Estimates
Community-level estimates for 2017 were recently released. See the U.S. Census Bureau press release
for details. 2017 population estimates for North Dakota's communities are available now on American FactFinder
U.S. Census Bureau releases county population estimates for 2017. See the Census Bureau's release
for more information. The release also includes 2017 population estimates for metropolitan and micropolitan regions.
- North Dakota Census Office Population Projections of the State, Regions and Counties 2016
This paper provides three scenarios of population change for the state of North Dakota. Each of the scenarios use the same inputs such as fertility rates by age of the mother or life expectancy with the expectation of the rate of migration into or out of a given county, region or the state. This paper is an attempt to present what is expected to be the population of each county, region and the state at the mid-point of each five year interval. See North Dakota Census Office Population Projections of the State, Regions and Counties 2016
- Population Change by County