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Nationally, we projected the 2020 U.S. population to be 332,527,548, which is a bit more than the Census count of 331,449,281, representing a difference of 0.33%. 

Lombard says not only is the census changing how it asks about race and ethnicity, but how people actually respond to it is changing, too.

“At this moment, there have been about 240,000 COVID deaths,” Sen said Thursday, “but between now and tomorrow the death toll will have risen to perhaps 243,000 or higher...”

“Southern and western Virginia used to be all Democrats. Northern Virginia was entirely Republican. Now it’s the opposite,” said Hamilton Lomard, a demographer at UVA’s Weldon Cooper Center.

“The current way of defining and measuring majority and minority groups for the future population is likely to be considered outdated...,” Cai said