Johnson County -- Estimated Population by Single Year of Age and Sex 2009

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 NumberPercentNumberPercent
under 1 4,136 0.8% 3,932 0.7%
  1 4,130 0.8% 3,920 0.7%
  2 4,121 0.8% 3,866 0.7%
  3 3,916 0.7% 3,787 0.7%
  4 3,919 0.7% 3,791 0.7%
  5 4,045 0.7% 3,781 0.7%
  6 3,974 0.7% 3,875 0.7%
  7 3,976 0.7% 3,662 0.7%
  8 3,901 0.7% 3,865 0.7%
  9 3,984 0.7% 3,744 0.7%
10 3,934 0.7% 3,723 0.7%
11 3,848 0.7% 3,638 0.7%
12 3,765 0.7% 3,526 0.6%
13 3,790 0.7% 3,730 0.7%
14 3,838 0.7% 3,716 0.7%
15 3,723 0.7% 3,617 0.7%
16 3,822 0.7% 3,581 0.7%
17 3,828 0.7% 3,578 0.7%
18 3,442 0.6% 2,934 0.5%
19 3,005 0.6% 2,745 0.5%
20 2,887 0.5% 2,745 0.5%
21 2,913 0.5% 2,882 0.5%
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22 3,211 0.6% 3,130 0.6%
23 3,551 0.7% 3,454 0.6%
24 3,937 0.7% 3,713 0.7% Institute for Policy & Social Research
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The University of Kansas

Source:
Data used in this report are from the National Center for Health Statistics.
http://www.cdc.gov/nchs/nvss/bridged_race.htm
These estimates were prepared by the Population Estimates Program of the U.S. Census Bureau
under a collaborative agreement with NCHS. Released July 23, 2010.

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These data, plus 2000-2008, are also available in Excel at:
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25 4,164 0.8% 4,060 0.7%
26 4,365 0.8% 4,057 0.7%
27 4,639 0.9% 4,322 0.8%
28 4,095 0.8% 3,892 0.7%
29 4,200 0.8% 4,002 0.7%
30 3,871 0.7% 3,818 0.7%
31 4,049 0.7% 4,014 0.7%
32 4,056 0.7% 4,306 0.8%
33 3,761 0.7% 3,941 0.7%
34 3,976 0.7% 3,836 0.7%
35 3,809 0.7% 3,552 0.7%
36 3,760 0.7% 3,783 0.7%
37 4,034 0.7% 3,847 0.7%
38 4,204 0.8% 4,345 0.8%
39 4,447 0.8% 4,154 0.8%
40 4,044 0.7% 3,960 0.7%
41 3,697 0.7% 3,727 0.7%
42 3,681 0.7% 3,757 0.7%
43 3,870 0.7% 3,849 0.7%
(Johnson County continued)
AGEMaleFemale Click to animate population pyramid.
 NumberPercentNumberPercent
44 4,112 0.8% 4,135 0.8%
45 4,180 0.8% 4,272 0.8%
46 4,096 0.8% 4,394 0.8%
47 4,161 0.8% 4,328 0.8%
48 4,169 0.8% 4,334 0.8%
49 3,908 0.7% 4,244 0.8%
50 3,826 0.7% 4,266 0.8%
51 3,832 0.7% 4,222 0.8%
52 3,947 0.7% 4,108 0.8%
53 3,677 0.7% 3,892 0.7%
54 3,603 0.7% 3,897 0.7%
55 3,549 0.7% 3,766 0.7%
56 3,388 0.6% 3,611 0.7%
57 3,218 0.6% 3,510 0.6%
58 3,146 0.6% 3,449 0.6%
59 3,102 0.6% 3,265 0.6%
60 2,948 0.5% 2,991 0.6%
61 2,946 0.5% 2,968 0.5%
62 2,988 0.6% 3,195 0.6%
63 2,158 0.4% 2,147 0.4%
64 1,902 0.4% 2,128 0.4%
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65 1,848 0.3% 2,047 0.4%
66 1,964 0.4% 2,021 0.4% Institute for Policy & Social Research
. http://www.ipsr.ku.edu/
The University of Kansas

Source:
Data used in this report are from the National Center for Health Statistics.
http://www.cdc.gov/nchs/nvss/bridged_race.htm
These estimates were prepared by the Population Estimates Program of the U.S. Census Bureau
under a collaborative agreement with NCHS. Released July 23, 2010.

Please email comments to:ipsr@ku.edu

These data, plus 2000-2008, are also available in Excel at:
http://www.ipsr.ku.edu/ksdata/census/estpop/sya09/sya20091.xls
67 1,600 0.3% 1,715 0.3%
68 1,460 0.3% 1,747 0.3%
69 1,353 0.2% 1,476 0.3%
70 1,286 0.2% 1,457 0.3%
71 1,255 0.2% 1,403 0.3%
72 1,121 0.2% 1,338 0.2%
73 1,085 0.2% 1,272 0.2%
74 1,019 0.2% 1,307 0.2%
75 943 0.2% 1,200 0.2%
76 925 0.2% 1,169 0.2%
77 880 0.2% 1,162 0.2%
78 866 0.2% 1,202 0.2%
79 806 0.1% 1,126 0.2%
80 802 0.1% 1,121 0.2%
81 736 0.1% 1,103 0.2%
82 648 0.1% 1,065 0.2%
83 642 0.1% 1,036 0.2%
84 584 0.1% 1,009 0.2%
85 and over 2,931 0.5% 6,554 1.2%