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What Is The Current Population Of California?

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According to the US census bureau,
the current population of California is 36,756,666.
This population comprises of 50% females and 50% male population. Out of the total
Californian population, 76.8 % are white, 6.7% are black, 1.2% is Native Americans,
and 12.4% are Asians. The population has increased by 8.5% from last year.
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The current population of California stands at 36 million and constitutes roughly 8% of the population of the United States of America. Over the last five years, population of California has grown by 6.7% as against a corresponding growth in overall American population by 5.3%. This indicates a higher settlement in California as compared to other states of USA. Sex ratio is 1:1 with female population being marginally higher than the male counterpart. Demographically, 77% of the population comprises whites or people of European origin (of which around 35% are of Hispanic origin), 7% are blacks or people of African origin and 12% are of Asian origin (being Chinese, Indian, Japanese, etc.). The rest comprises Native Americans. Foreign born persons constitute more than 25% of the population of California.
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Date the state was admitted to the union/california?

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