The population of 10 states in the US varies significantly. According to the United States Census Bureau, the population of California is 39,512,223; Texas has 29,145,505; Florida has 21,477,737; New York has 19,453,561; Pennsylvania has 12,801,989; Illinois has 12,671,821; Ohio has 11,689,100; Georgia has 10,617,423; North Carolina has 10,488,084; and Michigan has 9,986,857.
The population of these states make up a large portion of the total US population of 328 million people. As such they are important parts of the US economy and culture.
The population of these states has grown significantly over the last decade due to migration from other parts of the country and world as well as natural population growth. This is a trend that is expected to continue into the future, leading to an even larger proportion of the US population being represented by these 10 states.
In conclusion, the population of 10 US states varies significantly but together they represent a large portion of the total US population. This trend is expected to continue into the future, resulting in even more growth for these states.