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By Terence Jeffrey, LIfeNews, Dec. 30, 2021
LifeNews Note: Terence P. Jeffrey is the editor in chief of CNSNews.com. This column originally appeared at Daily Signal.
Washington, DC – As of July 1, 2020, there were 331,501,080 people living in the United States of America, according to the Census Bureau’s estimate. A year later, there were 331,893,745.
That was an increase of only 392,665—or 0.1%.
In a press release published last week, the Census Bureau announced that this was the lowest annual rate of population growth “since the nation’s founding.”
To put that in perspective, the 392,665 increase in the number of people living in the United States between July 1, 2020 and July 1, 2021 was less than half the 862,320 unborn babies the Guttmacher Institute stated in its own latest estimate were aborted in 2017. …