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2001 Population Estimates Data

Census Bureau Population Estimates as of July 1, 2001


Census Bureau Population Estimates
as of July 1, 2001

  Resident total population (all ages) estimate Resident 65+ population estimate Percent 65+
United States 284,796,887 35,290,942 12.4%
Alabama 4,464,356 583,880 13.1%
Alaska 634,892 36,856 5.8%
Arizona 5,307,331 692,419 13.0%
Arkansas 2,692,090 374,035 13.9%
California 34,501,130 3,656,128 10.6%
Colorado 4,417,714 426,232 9.6%
Connecticut 3,425,074 470,472 13.7%
Delaware 796,165 103,942 13.1%
District of Columbia 571,822 68,188 11.9%
Florida 16,396,515 2,848,438 17.4%
Georgia 8,383,915 801,769 9.6%
Hawaii 1,224,398 163,851 13.4%
Idaho 1,321,006 149,032 11.3%
Illinois 12,482,301 1,494,585 12.0%
Indiana 6,114,745 753,472 12.3%
Iowa 2,923,179 432,944 14.8%
Kansas 2,694,641 354,820 13.2%
Kentucky 4,065,556 506,109 12.4%
Louisiana 4,465,430 517,275 11.6%
Maine 1,286,670 184,857 14.4%
Maryland 5,375,156 608,884 11.3%
Massachusetts 6,379,304 859,551 13.5%
Michigan 9,990,817 1,222,694 12.2%
Minnesota 4,972,294 596,668 12.0%
Mississippi 2,858,029 344,925 12.1%
Missouri 5,629,707 754,319 13.4%
Montana 904,433 121,645 13.4%
Nebraska 1,713,235 231,421 13.5%
Nevada 2,106,074 234,524 11.1%
New Hampshire 1,259,181 150,366 11.9%
New Jersey 8,484,431 1,113,503 13.1%
New Mexico 1,829,146 216,854 11.9%
New York 19,011,378 2,445,768 12.9%
North Carolina 8,186,268 985,320 12.0%
North Dakota 634,448 93,756 14.8%
Ohio 11,373,541 1,507,479 13.3%
Oklahoma 3,460,097 457,461 13.2%
Oregon 3,472,867 441,938 12.7%
Pennsylvania 12,287,150 1,908,159 15.5%
Rhode Island 1,058,920 152,289 14.4%
South Carolina 4,063,011 495,839 12.2%
South Dakota 756,600 107,805 14.2%
Tennessee 5,740,021 712,464 12.4%
Texas 21,325,018 2,118,463 9.9%
Utah 2,269,789 195,737 8.6%
Vermont 613,090 78,357 12.8%
Virginia 7,187,734 807,553 11.2%
Washington 5,987,973 670,632 11.2%
West Virginia 1,801,916 275,556 15.3%
Wisconsin 5,401,906 703,502 13.0%
Wyoming 494,423 58,206 11.8%

Table compiled by the Administration on Aging
Source: http://www.census.gov/popest/estimates.php 

Facts for Features from the Census Bureau