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Family Households in 2018

RankStateFIPS CodePopulation
1California060008,934,621
2Texas480006,730,268
3Florida120005,026,515
4New York360004,632,936
5Pennsylvania420003,235,257
6Illinois170003,119,101
7Ohio390002,924,244
8North Carolina370002,622,295
9Georgia130002,537,406
10Michigan260002,520,001
11New Jersey340002,231,636
12Virginia510002,094,307
13Washington530001,879,637
14Arizona040001,713,006
15Tennessee470001,708,168
16Indiana180001,683,176
17Massachusetts250001,644,205
18Missouri290001,550,876
19Wisconsin550001,487,370
20Maryland240001,472,372
21Minnesota270001,396,827
22Colorado080001,372,705
23South Carolina450001,258,273
24Alabama010001,214,794
25Kentucky210001,138,927
26Louisiana220001,104,847
27Oregon410001,027,648
28Oklahoma40000983,307
29Connecticut09000891,935
30Iowa19000800,329
31Arkansas05000769,134
32Utah49000743,767
33Mississippi28000727,948
34Kansas20000726,748
35Nevada32000706,638
36New Mexico35000495,378
37Nebraska31000485,628
38West Virginia54000461,911
39Idaho16000437,765
40Maine23000342,542
41New Hampshire33000341,752
42Hawaii15000316,849
43Montana30000265,643
44Rhode Island44000247,476
45Delaware10000238,399
46South Dakota46000219,707
47North Dakota38000187,919
48Alaska02000167,527
49Vermont50000155,804
50Wyoming56000144,525
51District of Columbia11000121,529

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

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