Thursday, December 17, 2009

California population growth slowest in more than a decade



California's population grew less than 1% in the last year, the slowest growth rate in more than a decade as migration to the state barely kept up with the significant number of people leaving, according to state Department of Finance data released today.

Across the state, natural increases rather than migration accounted for the largest source of population growth. Los Angeles County, for instance, lost more people than it gained through migration but grew slightly to 10.4 million people from July 2008 to July 2009 because births outstripped deaths.

Now if we can just get deaths to outstrip births...

Maybe we can put something spermicidal in such water as we have left.

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