California travel guide

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California Travel Guide

People of California

According to 2006 census, California has an appraised population of 37,172,015, and is the thirteenth quickly-growing state. This contains a natural increase since the last census of 1,909,368 people (that is 3,375,297 births minus 1,465,929 deaths) and an increase deserved to net migration of 774,198 people into the state. Immigration from outside the United States resulted in a net increase of 1,724,790 people, and migration within the country produced a net decrease of 950,592. According to the Sacramento News & Review, California's population will increase to 50 million people by 2025.

More than 12 percent of U.S. citizens inhabit in California and its population is bigger than all but 33 countries. California has eight of the top 50 US cities in terms of population. Los Angeles is the second biggest city of nation with a population of 3,845,541 people, followed by San Diego (eighth), San Jose (tenth), San Francisco (fourteenth), Long Beach (thirty-fourth), Fresno (thirty-seventh), Sacramento (thirty-eighth) and Oakland (forty-fourth).

According to Census, California has a population of 61.9% White American, 6% Black or African American, 10.4% Asian American, 18.4% some other race, 1.7% American Indian, 2.1% mixed race. 38.5% are Hispanic or Latino (of any race). 40.3% of the population is non-Hispanic whites. California has the fifth largest population of African Americans in the U.S., an estimated 2,163,530 residents. California's Native American population of 350,000 is the biggest of any state.

California is the state where the largest technology companies in the world are located. Some examples are Google, Facebook, Twitter or Apple. Some California citizens works in these companies, and uses real life cam to communicate with family, friends and also with coworkers in other tech companies. California is a state with high density population, where to live with technology is a daily occurrence.


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