Super (Data) Bowl - Washington vs. Colorado
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Here's how Washington and Colorado stack up when it comes to some key demographic data. We've highlighted some of the things that jump out to us - if you notice anything, tweet @jodyavirgan or @brianlehrer, or just add a comment in this spreadsheet, and we'll mention on air! Data set via our friends at Social Explorer.Update: we talked about some of these numbers - and compared Denver and Seattle in general - on the show today. Here's the audio: http://www.wnyc.org/story/denver-vs-seattle-super-culture-bowl/
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Social Explorer - ACS 2012 (1-Year Estimates)
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StatisticsUnited StatesColoradoWashingtonTOTAL (All Selected States)Denver city, ColoradoSeattle city, WashingtonTOTAL (All Selected Places)
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SE:T1. Total Population
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Total Population313,914,0405,187,5826,897,01212,084,594634,265634,5411,268,806
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SE:T6. Sex By Age (Collapsed Version)
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Total Population:313,914,0405,187,5826,897,01212,084,594634,265634,5411,268,806
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Male:154,436,24349.2%2,601,37050.2%3,441,42949.9%6,042,79950.0%317,23350.0%313,38649.4%630,61949.7%
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Under 18 Years37,694,46912.0%628,57312.1%813,50711.8%1,442,08011.9%70,08911.1%50,8358.0%120,9249.5%
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18 to 34 Years37,324,01211.9%659,42712.7%839,87912.2%1,499,30612.4%97,32115.3%102,79316.2%200,11415.8%
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35 to 64 Years60,612,49919.3%1,039,51920.0%1,377,88420.0%2,417,40320.0%121,73719.2%128,56320.3%250,30019.7%
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65 Years And Over18,805,2636.0%273,8515.3%410,1596.0%684,0105.7%28,0864.4%31,1954.9%59,2814.7%
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Female:159,477,79750.8%2,586,21249.9%3,455,58350.1%6,041,79550.0%317,03250.0%321,15550.6%638,18750.3%
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Under 18 Years36,015,94111.5%602,73411.6%771,52211.2%1,374,25611.4%67,76910.7%46,3647.3%114,1339.0%
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18 to 34 Years36,248,96611.6%608,75811.7%796,85111.6%1,405,60911.6%96,65615.2%107,55317.0%204,20916.1%
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35 to 64 Years62,877,67620.0%1,037,63220.0%1,389,75120.2%2,427,38320.1%113,97618.0%125,98219.9%239,95818.9%
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65 Years And Over24,335,2147.8%337,0886.5%497,4597.2%834,5476.9%38,6316.1%41,2566.5%79,8876.3%
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SE:T12. Median Age By Sex
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Median Age:37.436.237.537.033.735.934.8
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Male Population36.135.336.436.033.635.634.6
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Female Population38.837.438.638.133.936.335.1
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SE:T13. Race
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Total Population:313,914,0405,187,5826,897,01212,084,594634,265634,5411,268,806
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White Alone231,992,37773.9%4,376,67384.4%5,402,91278.3%9,779,58580.9%479,74575.6%441,30869.6%921,05372.6%
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Black or African American Alone39,623,13812.6%218,2924.2%248,6313.6%466,9233.9%64,56610.2%45,7157.2%110,2818.7%
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American Indian and Alaska Native Alone2,563,5050.8%47,9490.9%95,0151.4%142,9641.2%5,9410.9%5,1030.8%11,0440.9%
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Asian Alone15,555,5305.0%147,0822.8%509,5657.4%656,6475.4%21,6893.4%92,53514.6%114,2249.0%
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Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander Alone543,1980.2%5,3080.1%41,1560.6%46,4640.4%4640.1%1,3270.2%1,7910.1%
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Some Other Race Alone14,562,6784.6%219,5654.2%255,2713.7%474,8363.9%39,7616.3%10,9831.7%50,7444.0%
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Two or More races9,073,6142.9%172,7133.3%344,4625.0%517,1754.3%22,0993.5%37,5705.9%59,6694.7%
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SE:T14. Hispanic Or Latino By Race
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Total Population313,914,0405,187,5826,897,01212,084,594634,265634,5411,268,806
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Not Hispanic or Latino:260,953,02383.1%4,098,84079.0%6,089,41688.3%10,188,25684.3%434,39968.5%588,12892.7%1,022,52780.6%
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White Alone197,243,42362.8%3,599,83869.4%4,927,04271.4%8,526,88070.6%333,74152.6%413,69665.2%747,43758.9%
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Black or African American Alone38,464,19212.3%204,8514.0%239,3993.5%444,2503.7%62,4609.9%45,0007.1%107,4608.5%
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American Indian and Alaska Native Alone2,084,4720.7%29,7790.6%84,7461.2%114,5251.0%3,3540.5%4,1450.7%7,4990.6%
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Asian Alone15,375,4604.9%144,2412.8%504,8017.3%649,0425.4%20,2013.2%92,36414.6%112,5658.9%
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Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander Alone497,8070.2%4,7300.1%38,9630.6%43,6930.4%4640.1%1,3270.2%1,7910.1%
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Some Other Race Alone614,7250.2%7,3640.1%8,8850.1%16,2490.1%1,0930.2%5200.1%1,6130.1%
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Two or More races6,672,9442.1%108,0372.1%285,5804.1%393,6173.3%13,0862.1%31,0764.9%44,1623.5%
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Hispanic or Latino:52,961,01716.9%1,088,74221.0%807,59611.7%1,896,33815.7%199,86631.5%46,4137.3%246,27919.4%
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White Alone34,748,95411.1%776,83515.0%475,8706.9%1,252,70510.4%146,00423.0%27,6124.4%173,61613.7%
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Black or African American Alone1,158,9460.4%13,4410.3%9,2320.1%22,6730.2%2,1060.3%7150.1%2,8210.2%
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American Indian and Alaska Native Alone479,0330.2%18,1700.4%10,2690.2%28,4390.2%2,5870.4%9580.2%3,5450.3%
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Asian Alone180,0700.1%2,8410.1%4,7640.1%7,6050.1%1,4880.2%1710.0%1,6590.1%
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Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander Alone45,3910.0%5780.0%2,1930.0%2,7710.0%00.0%00.0%00.0%
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Some Other Race Alone13,947,9534.4%212,2014.1%246,3863.6%458,5873.8%38,6686.1%10,4631.7%49,1313.9%
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Two or More races2,400,6700.8%64,6761.3%58,8820.9%123,5581.0%9,0131.4%6,4941.0%15,5071.2%
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SE:T21. Average Household Size
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Average Household Size2.62.52.62.62.32.12.2
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SE:T150. Cumulative Educational Attainment For Population 25 Years And Over
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Population 25 Years and over:208,731,4983,444,6544,645,8598,090,513437,985467,427905,412
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Less Than High School28,482,26813.7%323,9359.4%446,0949.6%770,0299.5%61,38314.0%29,8066.4%91,18910.1%
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High School Graduate or more (includes equivalency)180,249,23086.4%3,120,71990.6%4,199,76590.4%7,320,48490.5%376,60286.0%437,62193.6%814,22389.9%
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Some college or more121,753,56958.3%2,368,51968.8%3,098,53866.7%5,467,05767.6%298,32868.1%381,62481.6%679,95275.1%
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Bachelor's degree or more60,742,52229.1%1,291,00637.5%1,471,51531.7%2,762,52134.2%195,57644.7%269,56057.7%465,13651.4%
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Master's degree or more22,773,43810.9%472,53713.7%526,88411.3%999,42112.4%74,16616.9%108,28023.2%182,44620.2%
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Professional school degree or more6,685,9093.2%129,7613.8%154,8153.3%284,5763.5%25,5385.8%39,9778.6%65,5157.2%
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Doctorate degree2,613,7171.3%53,2111.5%63,2401.4%116,4511.4%7,8031.8%17,4303.7%25,2332.8%
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SE:T30. School Dropout Rate For Population 16 To 19 Years
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Civilian Population 16 to 19 Years:17,406,603275,489356,338631,82726,39123,83150,222
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Not high school graduate, not enrolled (dropped out)774,5684.5%11,4744.2%15,7524.4%27,2264.3%1,7706.7%5402.3%2,3104.6%
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High school graduate, or enrolled (in school)16,632,03595.6%264,01595.8%340,58695.6%604,60195.7%24,62193.3%23,29197.7%47,91295.4%
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SE:T36. Labor Force For Population 16 Years And Over
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In Labor Force 16 Years And Over:151,470,1362,682,6643,409,9076,092,571347,090382,955730,045
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In Armed Forces1,025,6750.7%32,5191.2%45,7621.3%78,2811.3%1970.1%1,6090.4%1,8060.3%
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Civilian150,444,46199.3%2,650,14598.8%3,364,14598.7%6,014,29098.7%346,89399.9%381,34699.6%728,23999.8%
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SE:T37. Unemployment Rate For Civilian Population In Labor Force 16 Years And Over
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Civilian Population In Labor Force 16 Years And Over:157,703,3682,775,8183,511,0746,286,892360,409394,787755,196
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Employed142,921,68790.6%2,559,19492.2%3,204,09091.3%5,763,28491.7%334,30392.8%371,30594.1%705,60893.4%
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Unemployed14,781,6819.4%216,6247.8%306,9848.7%523,6088.3%26,1067.2%23,4826.0%49,5886.6%
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SE:T38. Unemployment Rate For Civilian Male Population
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Civilian Male In Labor Force 16 Years And Over:82,880,5041,491,3341,880,9703,372,304193,425203,905397,330
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Employed74,933,15390.4%1,373,28592.1%1,711,92591.0%3,085,21091.5%179,38392.7%191,90594.1%371,28893.5%
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Unemployed7,947,3519.6%118,0497.9%169,0459.0%287,0948.5%14,0427.3%12,0005.9%26,0426.6%
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SE:T39. Unemployment Rate For Civilian Female Population
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Civilian Female In Labor Force 16 Years And Over:74,822,8641,284,4841,630,1042,914,588166,984190,882357,866
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Employed67,988,53490.9%1,185,90992.3%1,492,16591.5%2,678,07491.9%154,92092.8%179,40094.0%334,32093.4%
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Unemployed6,834,3309.1%98,5757.7%137,9398.5%236,5148.1%12,0647.2%11,4826.0%23,5466.6%
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SE:T49. Industry By Occupation For Employed Civilian Population 16 Years And Over
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Total Employed Civilian Population 16 Years And Over:142,921,6872,559,1943,204,0905,763,284334,303371,305705,608
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Agriculture, forestry, fishing and hunting, and mining2,830,7292.0%67,4332.6%87,7682.7%155,2012.7%3,7551.1%2,0850.6%5,8400.8%
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Construction8,802,3126.2%185,0287.2%188,1155.9%373,1436.5%22,3766.7%10,4262.8%32,8024.7%
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Manufacturing14,988,86410.5%181,9117.1%344,71910.8%526,6309.1%17,5555.3%24,7456.7%42,3006.0%
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Wholesale trade3,785,8412.7%65,4922.6%90,7252.8%156,2172.7%8,7842.6%5,2491.4%14,0332.0%
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Retail trade16,639,78011.6%278,10510.9%367,73111.5%645,83611.2%29,2248.7%36,3839.8%65,6079.3%
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Transportation and warehousing, and utilities7,020,9604.9%117,9194.6%168,3935.3%286,3125.0%14,6774.4%9,8692.7%24,5463.5%
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