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Family Households in 2016

RankStateFIPS CodePopulation
1California060008,887,761
2Texas480006,602,215
3Florida120004,864,461
4New York360004,541,583
5Pennsylvania420003,150,563
6Illinois170003,100,613
7Ohio390002,929,661
8North Carolina370002,542,663
9Georgia130002,479,003
10Michigan260002,476,595
11New Jersey340002,197,150
12Virginia510002,063,049
13Washington530001,784,043
14Tennessee470001,670,605
15Arizona040001,648,739
16Indiana180001,645,758
17Massachusetts250001,633,661
18Missouri290001,527,349
19Wisconsin550001,460,922
20Maryland240001,458,953
21Minnesota270001,367,104
22Colorado080001,347,936
23South Carolina450001,224,695
24Alabama010001,208,362
25Kentucky210001,121,404
26Louisiana220001,097,712
27Oregon41000995,749
28Oklahoma40000961,731
29Connecticut09000880,600
30Iowa19000795,043
31Arkansas05000747,917
32Mississippi28000730,719
33Kansas20000716,005
34Utah49000711,124
35Nevada32000670,968
36New Mexico35000481,127
37Nebraska31000476,436
38West Virginia54000467,396
39Idaho16000411,617
40New Hampshire33000342,912
41Maine23000329,554
42Hawaii15000315,505
43Montana30000257,449
44Rhode Island44000247,448
45Delaware10000232,433
46South Dakota46000209,986
47North Dakota38000184,904
48Alaska02000164,102
49Vermont50000154,421
50Wyoming56000145,524
51District of Columbia11000122,732

Data Source: U.S. Census Bureau, American Community Survey

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