Dallas added more people in 2016-17 than all but two U.S. cities, according to Census population estimates

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The city of Dallas added 18,935 people last year, according to 2016-17 U.S. Census estimates released this week, resulting in the third-largest overall population increase in the country. Only San Antonio and Phoenix grew faster during the same time frame, adding more than 24,000 residents each.

Dallas ranks ninth nationally in total population with an estimated 1.34 million people as of July 2017.

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