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Idaho: Race, by age

Population groups with high percentages of young people tend to grow faster than those with high percentages of older people.  The age structure of different racial groups varies from place to place.

In Idaho in 2016, those under age 20 made up . . .

  • 28 percent of the white population;
  • 40 percent of the black and African American population;
  • 35 percent of the American Indian and Alaska Native population;
  • 27 percent of the Asian and other Pacific Islander population; and
  • 49 percent of the population of two or more races.

Those age 20-64 years made up . . .

  • 56 percent of the white population;
  • 56 percent of the black and African American population;
  • 57 percent of the American Indian and Alaska Native population;
  • 64 percent of the Asian and other Pacific Islander population; and
  • 45 percent of the population of two or more races.

Those age 65 years and older made up . . .

  • 16 percent of the white population;
  • 4 percent of the black and African American population;
  • 9 percent of the American Indian and Alaska Native population;
  • 10 percent of the Asian population; and
  • 6 percent of the population of two or more races.
 





Source: 2016: U.S. Bureau of the Census, County Population Estimates, (http://www.census.gov/popest/); DATE LAST UPDATED: July 18, 2017.




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