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The count: Louisiana's population loss from 2016-2017 

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LOUISIANA'S POPULATION LARGELY HELD STEADY in the U.S. Census' latest report, going from 4,686,157 residents to 4,684,333. Still, it was only one of eight states that lost population (Alaska, Hawaii, Illinois, Mississippi, North Dakota, West Virginia and Wyoming were the others). As it did the year before, Louisiana finished in 25th place among the most populous states (California, with more than 39 million people, was first).

  The figures do not reflect the effects of the busy hurricane season of 2017, the census report stated. Those will be reflected in next year's census.

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