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College Age (18 to 24) in 2016

RankStateFIPS CodePopulation
1California060003,848,787
2Texas480002,767,722
3New York360001,905,051
4Florida120001,739,623
5Illinois170001,214,511
6Pennsylvania420001,187,598
7Ohio390001,075,485
8Georgia130001,005,386
9Michigan26000975,645
10North Carolina37000966,234
11Virginia51000812,207
12New Jersey34000786,743
13Massachusetts25000704,251
14Arizona04000672,268
15Indiana18000661,254
16Washington53000661,194
17Tennessee47000617,867
18Missouri29000578,691
19Wisconsin55000561,861
20Maryland24000546,861
21Colorado08000534,131
22Minnesota27000507,542
23South Carolina45000468,536
24Alabama01000459,616
25Louisiana22000442,533
26Kentucky21000419,965
27Oklahoma40000383,081
28Oregon41000365,578
29Connecticut09000352,024
30Utah49000343,283
31Iowa19000322,097
32Kansas20000297,133
33Mississippi28000295,917
34Arkansas05000281,738
35Nevada32000250,225
36New Mexico35000200,362
37Nebraska31000192,718
38West Virginia54000161,635
39Idaho16000156,563
40Hawaii15000128,771
41New Hampshire33000127,516
42Rhode Island44000114,376
43Maine23000110,283
44Montana3000099,302
45North Dakota3800091,112
46Delaware1000085,584
47South Dakota4600084,605
48District of Columbia1100080,141
49Alaska0200075,274
50Vermont5000067,743
51Wyoming5600055,188

Data Source: U.S. Census Bureau

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