Berlin City Population - New Hampshire

Data Item State City
Population, 2019 estimate - (Number)
Year Value
199011,889
199111,738
199211,579
199311,399
199411,326
199511,175
199611,050
199710,956
199810,812
199910,722
200010,328
200110,202
200210,133
200310,078
200410,005
20059,951
20069,821
20079,696
20089,541
20099,363
201010,027
20119,774
20129,642
20139,612
201410,653
201510,532
201610,325
201710,210
201810,200

Sources: U.S. Census Bureau, Population Estimates Program (PEP), updated annually. Population and Housing Unit Estimates

Definitions:

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Population percent change - The difference between the population of an area at the beginning and end of a time period, expressed as a percentage of the beginning population.

Methodology for U.S. and Puerto Rico