Written By: By Julaine Appling | Posted: Thursday, March 1st, 2012
Did you catch the recent headline in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel that read "Wisconsin population increases by 0.4%?"
A 0.4% increase from 2010 to 2011 means that only about 27,000 people were added to the Badger State. Consider that this statistic includes people moving into the state and new baby Badgers, offsetting those we lost through moves and death. Nationally, the growth rate was under 1%--.92%, the lowest rate of growth since the 1940s.
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