Colorado, US state

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Demographics of Colorado

Total Population

Colorado state has a total of 5,436,519 citizens as per 2017 US census data. This is 1.7% of the total 321,004,407 United States of America country citizens.
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Gender

Colorado state has a total of 2,196,515 (50%) male and 2,195,020 (50%) female citizens as per 2017 US census data. In comparison proportions of United States of America country citizens are: 48.8% male and 51.2% female.
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Income

As per 2017 US census data Colorado state dominant household income ranges are: $60 000 to $99 999 (23.8%), $40 000 to $59 999 (16.1%) and $25 000 to $39 999 (12.9%).
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Median Age

Colorado state average male age is 35.6 and average female age 37.5 as per 2017 US census data. In comparison United States of America country average male age 35.6 and average female age is 37.5.
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Age Groups

As per 2017 US census data Colorado state dominant age group ranges are: < 18 (23%), 35 - 49 (20%) and 50 - 64 (19.3%).
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Marital Status

As per 2017 US census data Colorado state dominant marital statuses are: Now married (52.3%) and Never married (31.5%).
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Education

As per 2017 US census data Colorado state dominant household education levels are: Bachelor's degree (24.8%), Unfinished College (21.8%) and High-school Diploma (17.7%).
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Languages Spoken

As per 2017 US census data Colorado state dominant spoken languages are: only English (83.1%), Spanish (11.8%) and Other Indo-European (2.2%).
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Ethnic Diversity

As per 2017 US census data Colorado state dominant ethnic diversity groups are: White (84.2%), Other (4.1%) and Black or African American (4.1%).
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Household Types

Colorado state family households are 64.3 and non-family households 35.7 as per 2017 US census data. In comparison United States of America country family households contains 65.9% and non-family households 34.1%.
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Employment Industries

As per 2017 US census data Colorado state dominant household income ranges are: Health care and social assistance (11.9%), Retail trade (10.9%), Professional scientific and technical services (9.2%) and Educational services (8.7%).
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Means of Transportation

As per 2017 US census data Colorado state dominant types of transportation to work are: Car truck or van (91.1%).
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Time of Commute

As per 2017 US census data Colorado state dominant travel time to work ranges are: 15-20 minutes, 20-25 minutes and 30-35 minutes.
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