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The Constitution requires a census at the beginning of every decade, and the  Census Bureau  has already projected that the total population of the United States is now 308,400,408.

US Set for 2010 Census

The Constitution requires a census at the beginning of every decade, and the Census Bureau has already projected that the total population of the United States is now 308,400,408.

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