According to the U.S. Census Bureau's population clock, the U.S. population was 318,881,992 on July 4th, 2014. Based on this estimate, it was the third most highly populated country in the world.Continue Reading
The population clock gives an estimate of the population based on the
2010 census data and official estimated population growth. The U.S.
Census Bureau produces revised population estimates yearly and publishes them on Census.gov.
In 2014, the most populated region was the south, which comprised 37.6 percent of the population. California was the most populous state with around 38,802,500 people. The most populous U.S. city was New York city, holding 8,405,837 people.Learn more about United States