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US finds big drop in Hub population

Study estimates loss is 5.1% since 2000

By Michael Levenson
Globe Staff / June 21, 2006

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Boston lost 30,107 residents in the first half of this decade, a precipitous drop that ranked the city among the biggest population losers of any major municipality in the country, according to US Census Bureau estimates to be released today. (Full article: 998 words)

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