California’s Population is Now Almost 37.7 million

California’s population grew by almost 251,000 new residents in 2011 – a 0.7- percent growth rate – to total 37,679,000 as of this January 1st, according to a new population report released May 1 by the Department of Finance.

The City of Los Angeles, California’s largest city, has a population of 3,825,297. Los Angeles grew by almost 19,000 persons during 2011.

San Diego, California’s second largest city, now has a population of 1,321,315 and added almost 12,000 persons during the year.

San Jose, California’s third largest city, now has a population of 971,372 and added over 14,000 persons during the year.

The complete press release.

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