New York’s population in the last year grew at a relatively flat pace in the last year, increasing by 13,113 residents, according to Census Bureau numbers released Wednesday.

The state’s overall population change was a .007 percent increase. The nation overall grew by 0.72 percent. The fastest growing state in the country is Idaho, which saw its population increase by 2.2 percent.

New York began the decade as the third-largest state in terms of population with 19.3 million. It has since been supplanted by Florida, which has since its population increase by more than 2 million people to 20.9 million.

Population matters for states as the coming round of congressional reapportionment could lead to New York losing more members in the House of Representatives. The state lost two seats in 2012.