The Wolverine State may have been struggling since the Nixon administration and the first oil embargo. But it managed to increase its population every decade, until the 2000s. In 2010, for the first time in at least a century, Michigan saw a net decade-long decline in residents of 0.6 percent. That's a far cry from the glory days of the 1920s, when Henry Ford and his competitors were in full swing and the number of total residents soared 32 percent in a decade.
Which jurisdiction saw its first population increase since the 1940s?