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Total population: Georgia, 2006-2016

YearGeorgia
(Count)
2006 9,363,941
2007 9,544,750
2008 9,685,744
2009 9,829,211
2010 9,687,653
2011 9,815,210
2012 9,919,945
2013 9,992,167
2014 10,097,343
2015 10,214,860
2016 10,310,371
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• The total population of Georgia in 2016 was 10,310,371. 
• The demographic distribution of women and children in a state, county or city can have an impact on the rates of birth outcomes in that area. When comparing the rates of health indicators between different geographic regions, these distributions should be considered. 

Source

  • US Census Bureau. Population estimates based on bridged race categories released by the National Center for Health Statistics.
  • Retrieved August 12, 2020, from www.marchofdimes.org/peristats.