Which two states have a smaller population than Washington, D.C.?
Vermont and Wyoming
America’s capital city isn’t part of any of the 50 states — but despite that, Washington, D.C., is home to more people than the entire populations of two states: Vermont and Wyoming. In 2019, an estimated 705,749 people lived in the federal district, compared to 623,989 in Vermont and 578,759 Wyoming.
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