2010 Census Population Counts Has Been Released ...

308,745,538 is the new number of total population in the United States!

The total population of United States has increased by 9.7 percent comparing to the 2000 Census total population (281,421,906). The states that showed most population growth were Texas and Nevada.

According to Census 2010, the total population of the State of Ohio is 11,538,504, a small increase from the state's total population in 2000 (11,353,140) by 1.6 percent. However, the State of Ohio will lose 2 seats in the House of Representatives (113th Congress) due to low population growth. Ohio is one the states that will lose most seats in the 113th Congress. The other one will be the State of New York.

U.S. Census Bureau has created an interactive map to show changes in state population, population density and appointment based on the 2011 Census data -

Related information
How Congressional Appointment Is Calculated [http://www.census.gov/population/apportionment/index.html]
2011 Census Data Release Schedule [http://www.census.gov/population/www/cen2010/glance/index.html]