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Young Adult (25 to 44) in 2018

RankStateFIPS CodePopulation
1California0600011,299,470
2Texas480008,118,100
3Florida120005,357,019
4New York360005,310,657
5Illinois170003,409,506
6Pennsylvania420003,199,651
7Ohio390002,936,472
8Georgia130002,845,848
9North Carolina370002,689,053
10Michigan260002,459,840
11Virginia510002,295,189
12New Jersey340002,295,139
13Washington530002,156,226
14Arizona040001,866,276
15Massachusetts250001,833,565
16Tennessee470001,771,334
17Indiana180001,699,640
18Colorado080001,674,501
19Maryland240001,608,413
20Missouri290001,568,044
21Minnesota270001,471,190
22Wisconsin550001,442,093
23South Carolina450001,285,287
24Louisiana220001,250,708
25Alabama010001,235,842
26Oregon410001,156,252
27Kentucky210001,137,056
28Oklahoma400001,033,606
29Utah49000899,522
30Connecticut09000868,726
31Nevada32000848,525
32Iowa19000777,650
33Arkansas05000765,106
34Mississippi28000759,304
35Kansas20000739,206
36New Mexico35000534,619
37Nebraska31000495,034
38Idaho16000451,411
39West Virginia54000432,122
40Hawaii15000383,516
41New Hampshire33000323,749
42Maine23000312,723
43Rhode Island44000270,417
44District of Columbia11000269,761
45Montana30000263,859
46Delaware10000240,531
47South Dakota46000220,004
48Alaska02000213,515
49North Dakota38000205,202
50Wyoming56000150,491
51Vermont50000144,692

Data Source: U.S. Census Bureau

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