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New York is situated to the northeast of
United States. It is every now and then called New York State when there is
need to discriminate it from New York City, the most densely inhabited city in
both the state and the nation.
Because of the prevalence of the population intense in the southern portion
around New York City, the state is often regionalized into Upstate and
In accordance with the United States Census Bureau, as of 2005, New
York was the third major state in population after California and Texas, with
predictable inhabitants of 19,254,630 , which is a swell of 27,542, or 0.1%,
from the former year and an increase of 277,809, or 1.5%, since the year 2000.
This includes a normal increase since
the last survey of 527,876 people (that is 1,345,482 births
minus 817,606 deaths) and a decrease from net movement of
334,093 people out of the state. Inward movement of people
from outside the United States resulted in a net increase
of 667,007 people, and migration within the country produced
a net loss of 1,001,100 people.
The population augmentation is lethargic first and foremost because
of the constant migration to the Southern and Western States, a fewer number of
immigrants, the continued loss of jobs, and the fact that New York is a very
luxurious place to live.
New York is only 30% developed, with the
rest of the state covered in forests and farms.
Current projections have Florida where Disney world attractions are
there replacing New York as the 3rd most crowded state by 2010. According to
2003 estimate, 20.4% of the populace was foreign-born.
New York City bosses over the economy of the state.
It is the leading center of banking, finance and communiqué in the
United States and is the position of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) on Wall
Bureau of Economic Analysis estimates that in 2004, the total gross
state product was $896 billion, second only to California. If New York were a
nation, it would rank as the 16th chief economy in the world, behind South
The state economy grew 4.7%, somewhat faster than the 4.3% for the
US. Its 2004 per head personal earning was $38,333, placing it 5th in the
nation and 6th in the world.
New York's agricultural outputs are dairy products, cattle and
other farm animals, vegetables, garden center stock, and apples. Its industrial
outputs are printing and publishing, technical instruments, electric apparatus,
machinery, compound yield, and visiting the attractions.