The population of South Nebraska is 2,908.
The population of Wausa, Nebraska, was 636 at the 2000 census.
According to census.gov, the 2007 population estimate of males in Nebraska is 873,238.
0.58% of the total US population lives in Nebraska.
The population is 419,500.
According to the 2010 US Census, the population of Nebraska is 1,826,341.See the Related Links below for a breakdown of Nebraska's population.1.882 million (2014)
According to census.gov, the 2007 population density estimate of Nebraska is 23 people per square mile.
The estimated population in Nebraska was 1,907,116 as of July 1, 2015 per the U.S. Census Bureau. Nebraska is the 37th largest U.S. state based on population.
According to census.gov, Arthur County, Nebraska, has the least population at 356 people 2007.
No, Nebraska is larger in both population and area.
Nebraska only has 16 cities with a population greater then 10,000.
Omaha's population as of 2008 was 419,500
one of them is omaha with 390000 of population
Nebraska is the 16th largest state in total area and 38th in population.
There 1,796,619 people in Nebraska based on the 2009 population estimate.
According to the 2000 census Blair's population is 7,512.
I'm not sure what "the main town in Nebraska" means but the capital is Lincoln population 295,486, and the largest city is Omaha population 419,500.
Vicki S. Stepp has written: 'A review of population estimates and projections for Nebraska cities' -- subject(s): Population, Population forecasting 'Nebraska population projections II' -- subject(s): Population, Population forecasting
According to the 2010 Census Bureau, the five largest cities of Nebraska are Omaha with a population of 432,921, Lincoln with a population of 241,167, and Bellevue with a population of 47,594. The final two cities are Grand Island with a population of 44,632 and Kearney with a population of 29,385.