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College Age (18 to 24) in 2017

RankStateFIPS CodePopulation
1California060003,798,952
2Texas480002,768,427
3New York360001,872,542
4Florida120001,741,788
5Illinois170001,195,103
6Pennsylvania420001,176,379
7Ohio390001,073,568
8Georgia130001,003,431
9North Carolina37000972,516
10Michigan26000970,807
11Virginia51000804,935
12New Jersey34000787,218
13Massachusetts25000700,399
14Arizona04000672,443
15Indiana18000657,874
16Washington53000652,869
17Tennessee47000612,673
18Missouri29000570,952
19Wisconsin55000557,213
20Maryland24000540,688
21Colorado08000521,230
22Minnesota27000505,388
23South Carolina45000467,788
24Alabama01000456,229
25Louisiana22000435,147
26Kentucky21000418,416
27Oklahoma40000379,876
28Oregon41000363,082
29Connecticut09000352,183
30Utah49000345,661
31Iowa19000320,538
32Kansas20000296,269
33Mississippi28000292,380
34Arkansas05000281,348
35Nevada32000249,027
36New Mexico35000199,146
37Nebraska31000191,018
38Idaho16000158,794
39West Virginia54000158,605
40New Hampshire33000127,059
41Hawaii15000124,183
42Rhode Island44000113,736
43Maine23000109,662
44Montana3000098,346
45North Dakota3800086,439
46Delaware1000084,974
47South Dakota4600082,803
48District of Columbia1100074,764
49Alaska0200072,209
50Vermont5000066,853
51Wyoming5600052,539

Data Source: U.S. Census Bureau

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