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Census Estimates for 2011 Show Population Growth in New York - Sam Roberts via NYTimes.com

Census Estimates for 2011 Show Population Growth in New York - Sam Roberts via NYTimes.com: New York is growing faster than projected, a combination of increased immigration, higher birthrates, and decreased emigration. Sam Roberts via NYTimes.com New York City gained nearly 70,000 residents in the 15 months ended July 1, 2011, almost matching the growth of the 1990s, when an influx of foreigners set annual records, according to census estimates released on Wednesday.
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