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College Age (18 to 24) in 2019

RankStateFIPS CodePopulation
1California060003,678,035
2Texas480002,813,300
3New York360001,762,544
4Florida120001,742,768
5Illinois170001,157,411
6Pennsylvania420001,142,159
7Ohio390001,060,311
8Georgia130001,015,188
9North Carolina37000990,587
10Michigan26000945,523
11Virginia51000798,197
12New Jersey34000753,634
13Arizona04000693,844
14Massachusetts25000690,721
15Indiana18000659,745
16Washington53000658,508
17Tennessee47000612,440
18Missouri29000561,504
19Wisconsin55000546,070
20Colorado08000526,217
21Maryland24000526,149
22Minnesota27000498,118
23South Carolina45000467,399
24Alabama01000450,224
25Louisiana22000419,043
26Kentucky21000413,954
27Oklahoma40000380,905
28Oregon41000363,022
29Utah49000362,079
30Connecticut09000342,073
31Iowa19000313,705
32Kansas20000294,160
33Mississippi28000283,421
34Arkansas05000279,060
35Nevada32000250,220
36New Mexico35000195,875
37Nebraska31000189,298
38Idaho16000164,406
39West Virginia54000153,786
40New Hampshire33000123,691
41Hawaii15000118,874
42Rhode Island44000109,551
43Maine23000106,932
44Montana3000097,764
45North Dakota3800082,822
46Delaware1000082,494
47South Dakota4600082,396
48District of Columbia1100072,566
49Alaska0200068,152
50Vermont5000065,840
51Wyoming5600052,521

Data Source: U.S. Census Bureau

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