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MASSACHUSETTS STATISTICS: 10 largest cities (2005 est.): Boston, 559,034; Worcester, 175,898; Springfield, 151,732; Lowell, 103,111; Cambridge, 100,135; Brockton, 94,632; New Bedford, 93,102; Fall River, 91,802; Quincy, 90,250; Lynn, 88,792
Land area: 7,840 sq mi. (20,306 sq km)
Geographic center: In the town of Rutland in Worcester Co.
Number of counties: 14
Largest county by population and area: Middlesex, 1,459,011 (2005); Worcester, 1,513 sq mi.
Residents: Bay Stater
2005 resident population est.: 6,398,743

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Demographics of Massachusetts Massachusetts population density map The United States Census Bureau estimates that the population of Massachusetts was 6,587,536 on July 1, 2011, a 0.61% increase since the 2010 United States Census. Massachusetts had an estimated 2009 population of 6,593,587. As of 2000, Massachusetts was estimated to be the third most densely populated U.S. state, with 809.8 per square mile, behind New Jersey and Rhode Island. Massachusetts in 2008 included 919,771 foreign-born residents. Most Bay Staters live within the Boston Metropolitan Area, also known as Greater Boston, which in its most expansive sense includes New England's two largest cities, Boston and Worcester. The state's only other metropolitan area is the Springfield Metropolitan Area, also known as Greater Springfield. Centered in the Connecticut River Valley, Greater Springfield includes the revitalizing city of Springfield, and an eclectic array of college towns, and rural areas to the north and west. Geographically, the center of population of Massachusetts is located in Middlesex County, in the town of Natick. Like the rest of the northeastern United States, the population of Massachusetts has continued to grow in the past few decades, although at a slower pace than states in the South or West. The latest census estimates show that the commonwealth's population grew by 3.

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