The Census Bureau’s 2017 American Community Survey data shows the U.S. has a population that is a bit smaller than it was in 2015.
While the Census Bureau says the country has a net increase in people, it is also growing less populous, and it seems like that trend continues.
In 2017, the Census bureau said the country had an estimated 1.1 million new residents.
That’s a net gain of about 447,000, but it also has the largest net increase of anyone since 2011, when there were 4.2 million new U.s. residents.
The census said in 2017, about 13.5 million people were under the age of 25.
That number has dropped since then, but still stands at 13.6 million.
That is the highest number of people under 25 since 2010.
The Census Bureau said in 2018, there were 3.5 percent more people under the 18-34 age bracket, and that’s an increase of 1.3 million people.
It is also up slightly from the year before, but that’s only due to a smaller increase in the population under 35, which is up 2.5% in the same time period.
So, as the population continues to shrink, more and more Americans will have fewer places to go, and this is a problem that will only get worse.
The Census bureau says the growth of young adults, who tend to live farther from their parents and other family members, is also contributing to this trend.