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Population, Percent Change, 2014

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The estimated increase in population in 2014 in Arizona of 1.5 percent was about double the national average of 0.7 percent, according to Census Bureau estimates. The population decreased in four Arizona counties and rose at or less than the national average rate in six others. The state’s higher-than national average growth rate was due to increases of 2.8 percent in Pinal County and 1.8 percent in populous Maricopa County.