Kansas population growth slows in last decade


Kansas population growth in the last decade is poised to be the slowest since the 1930s, new census estimates out this week show.

The state's population is expected to grow by about 2.1%, or by about 61,000 people, since 2010, according to new Census Bureau estimates through last July.

It's the smallest percentage increase for a decade since the state lost 4.3% of its population during the 1930s, according to SSJ

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