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Immigration to Drive All US Population Growth Within Two Decades – Bloomberg

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US population growth will be driven entirely by immigration within two decades, according to the latest forecasts by the Congressional Budget Office. 
The projections, published on Tuesday, show a population of 373 million by 2053 — about 3 million more than the CBO was expecting a year ago. That’s partly due to a sharp increase in the forecast for immigration in 2023 and the following two years, after pandemic travel restrictions eased — adding some 1 million to the population over that period.


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