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Electric Coops Adding New Members Despite U.S. Rural Population Declines

Recent demographical statistics show that the population of rural parts of the United States is slowly declining, and the percentage of rural population is at an all-time low.  In 2011, only 16.4 percent of the nation's population lived in rural areas. 
June 6, 2012

Recent demographical statistics show that the population of rural parts of the United States is slowly declining, and the percentage of rural population is at an all-time low.  In 2011, only 16.4 percent of the nation's population lived in rural areas.  In spite of this shift, electric cooperatives have continued to add members, adding 187,000 new members in 2010.  For more information on these changes, click here.

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