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Colorado Summary
Population: 4,301,072
Area: 99632.82 sq. miles
Land: 99,242.53 sq. miles (99.61 %)
Water: 390.29 sq. miles (0.39 %)
Population Density: 43.34 people per sq. mile
Elevation: 5827.0 feet above sea level
Time Zone: Mountain (GMT -7)
Daylight Savings: Yes
Colorado Details
Colorado Area Codes
Colorado cities with population over 500,000
Denver (915,735)
    
Colorado cities with population over 100,000
Arvada (120,321)
Aurora (317,292)
Boulder (118,400)
Colorado Springs (449,433)
Fort Collins (149,817)
Littleton (280,327)
Pueblo (135,169)
Colorado cities with population over 50,000
Broomfield (75,645)
Englewood (91,302)
Golden (55,953)
Grand Junction (82,552)
Greeley (86,306)
Longmont (89,811)
Loveland (69,273)
Parker (50,697)

Colorado Demographics

Colorado Gender Distribution

Gender Distribution
GenderNumberPercentNational Avg.
Male2,165,87850.36 %49.04 %
Female2,135,19449.64 %50.96 %
Males / Female1.01-0.96
Total Population4,301,072100.00 %-
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Colorado Age Distribution

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Age Distribution
Age GroupNumberPercentNational Avg.
Under 5 years297,4936.92 %6.83 %
5 to 9 years308,4217.17 %7.31 %
10 to 14 years311,4927.24 %7.30 %
15 to 19 years307,2297.14 %7.20 %
20 to 24 years306,2347.12 %6.75 %
25 to 34 years664,00515.44 %14.17 %
35 to 44 years736,78617.13 %16.01 %
45 to 54 years614,08814.28 %13.37 %
55 to 59 years194,7094.53 %4.79 %
60 to 64 years144,5743.36 %3.84 %
65 to 74 years226,2915.26 %6.53 %
75 to 84 years141,5353.29 %4.38 %
85 years and over48,2151.12 %1.50 %
Age StatisticsNumberPercentNational Avg.
Median age (years)37.2-37.7
18 years and over3,200,30674.41 %74.27 %
Male
1,600,18237.20 %35.85 %
Female
1,600,12437.20 %38.42 %
21 years and over3,014,15670.08 %69.92 %
62 years and over498,66211.59 %14.65 %
65 years and over416,0419.67 %12.42 %
Male
176,5134.10 %5.12 %
Female
239,5285.57 %7.30 %
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Colorado Racial Profile

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Racial Profile Chart
RaceNumberPercentNational Avg.
One race4,178,88797.16 %97.55 %
White
3,559,84282.77 %75.21 %
Black or African American
165,0633.84 %12.26 %
American Indian and Alaska Native
44,2411.03 %0.87 %
Asian
95,2132.21 %3.59 %
Asian Indian
11,7200.27 %0.59 %
Chinese
15,6580.36 %0.85 %
Filipino
8,9410.21 %0.65 %
Japanese
11,5710.27 %0.28 %
Korean
16,3950.38 %0.38 %
Vietnamese
15,4570.36 %0.39 %
Other Asian
15,4710.36 %0.45 %
Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander
4,6210.11 %0.14 %
Native Hawaiian
1,4350.03 %0.05 %
Guamanian or Chamorro
1,1240.03 %0.02 %
Samoan
9310.02 %0.03 %
Other Pacific Islander
1,1310.03 %0.04 %
Some other race
309,9077.21 %5.48 %
Hispanic StatisticsNumberPercentNational Avg.
Hispanic or Latino (of any race)735,56317.10 %13.70 %
Mexican
450,74810.48 %7.24 %
Puerto Rican
12,9930.30 %2.46 %
Cuban
3,7010.09 %0.44 %
Other Hispanic or Latino
268,1216.23 %3.55 %
Not Hispanic or Latino3,565,50982.90 %86.30 %
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Colorado Social Profile

Colorado School Enrollment

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School Enrollment Chart
School EnrollmentNumberPercentNational Avg.
Population 3 years and over enrolled in school1,165,987100.00 %-
Nursery school, preschool
79,0646.78 %6.47 %
Kindergarten
61,7495.30 %5.43 %
Elementary school (grades 1-8)
503,11343.15 %43.92 %
High school (grades 9-12)
239,22920.52 %21.38 %
College or graduate school
282,83224.26 %22.81 %
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Colorado Education Level

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Education Level Chart
Education LevelNumberPercentNational Avg.
Population 25 years and over2,776,431100.00 %-
Less than 9th grade
134,3334.84 %7.55 %
9th to 12th grade, no diploma
228,6718.24 %12.05 %
High school graduate (includes equivalency)
644,28623.21 %28.63 %
High school or higher
2,413,42786.93 %80.40 %
Some college, no degree
667,56524.04 %21.05 %
Associate degree
193,8546.98 %6.32 %
Bachelor's degree
599,00921.57 %15.54 %
Bachelor's degree or higher
907,72232.69 %24.40 %
Graduate or professional degree
308,71311.12 %8.86 %
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Colorado Ancestry Distribution

Ancestry Distribution
AncestryNumberPercentNational Avg.
Total ancestries reported4,783,720100.00 %-
Arab12,5880.26 %0.42 %
Czech36,6500.77 %0.59 %
Danish43,2160.90 %0.50 %
Dutch86,3961.81 %1.58 %
English515,05110.77 %8.53 %
French (except Basque)142,6152.98 %2.90 %
French Canadian29,4640.62 %0.85 %
German948,35519.82 %14.93 %
Greek15,5660.33 %0.40 %
Hungarian18,4110.38 %0.49 %
Irish527,47611.03 %10.65 %
Italian201,7834.22 %5.47 %
Lithuanian8,6900.18 %0.23 %
Norwegian109,7422.29 %1.56 %
Polish101,1782.12 %3.12 %
Portuguese7,0510.15 %0.41 %
Russian45,9380.96 %0.92 %
Scotch-Irish89,0331.86 %1.50 %
Scottish114,2162.39 %1.70 %
Slovak6,6920.14 %0.28 %
Subsaharan African17,7660.37 %0.62 %
Swedish118,8432.48 %1.39 %
Swiss21,0020.44 %0.32 %
Ukrainian10,7090.22 %0.31 %
United States or American221,4264.63 %7.18 %
Welsh42,5140.89 %0.61 %
West Indian (excluding Hispanic groups)4,6880.10 %0.65 %
Other ancestries1,286,66126.90 %31.89 %
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Colorado Economy

Colorado Employment

GroupNumberPercentNational Avg.
Population 16 years and over3,324,978100.00 %-
Males 16 years and over
1,663,42150.03 %48.32 %
Females 16 years and over
1,661,55749.97 %51.68 %
In labor force
2,331,76770.13 %63.63 %
Males in labor force
1,273,87254.63 %53.52 %
Females in labor force
1,057,89545.37 %46.48 %
Civilian labor force
2,304,32369.30 %63.10 %
Employed
2,205,08266.32 %59.39 %
Unemployed
99,2412.98 %3.71 %
Unemployment level
-4.26 %5.84 %
Armed Forces
27,4440.83 %0.53 %
Not in labor force
993,21129.87 %36.37 %
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Employment Type Chart
Employment TypeNumberPercentNational Avg.
Private wage and salary workers1,722,25278.10 %78.40 %
Government workers305,80213.87 %14.66 %
Self-employed workers in own not incorporated business169,4077.68 %6.64 %
Unpaid family workers7,6210.35 %0.31 %
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Colorado Occupations

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Occupation Chart
OccupationNumberPercentNational Avg.
Management, professional, and related occupations823,69837.35 %33.60 %
Service occupations306,25613.89 %14.87 %
Sales and office occupations599,50027.19 %26.70 %
Farming, fishing, and forestry occupations13,0490.59 %0.74 %
Construction, extraction, and maintenance occupations231,99310.52 %9.47 %
Production, transportation, and material moving occupations230,58610.46 %14.63 %
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Colorado Employment by Industry

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Industry Chart
IndustryNumberPercentNational Avg.
Agriculture, forestry, fishing and hunting, and mining44,6252.02 %1.87 %
Construction200,1469.08 %6.80 %
Manufacturing201,1659.12 %14.09 %
Wholesale trade76,3393.46 %3.60 %
Retail trade259,83411.78 %11.73 %
Transportation and warehousing, and utilities107,1554.86 %5.19 %
Information108,9554.94 %3.08 %
Finance, insurance, real estate, and rental and leasing169,2857.68 %6.87 %
Professional, scientific, management, administrative, and waste management services257,52511.68 %9.28 %
Educational, health and social services374,48516.98 %19.92 %
Arts, entertainment, recreation, accommodation and food services199,5139.05 %7.86 %
Other services (except public administration)104,8734.76 %4.88 %
Public administration101,1824.59 %4.83 %
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Colorado Income

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Household Income Chart
Household IncomeNumberPercentNational Avg.
Households1,659,198100.00 %106,788,273
Less than $10,000
114,6556.91 %9.86 %
$10,000 to $14,999
82,5734.98 %6.40 %
$15,000 to $24,999
185,97311.21 %12.89 %
$25,000 to $34,999
208,97512.59 %12.79 %
$35,000 to $49,999
281,85316.99 %16.44 %
$50,000 to $74,999
351,64621.19 %19.30 %
$75,000 to $99,999
197,33911.89 %10.14 %
$100,000 to $149,999
150,5609.07 %7.65 %
$150,000 to $199,999
42,7072.57 %2.18 %
$200,000 or more
42,9172.59 %2.35 %
Median household income (dollars)$42,774.19-$39,349.33
Average household size2.51-2.58
Average income per member of household$17,044.90-$15,252.86
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Colorado Commute

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Commute Chart
TypeNumberPercentNational Avg.
Workers 16 years and over2,191,514100.00 %100.00 %
Car, truck, or van - drove alone
1,646,41575.13 %75.65 %
Car, truck, or van - carpooled
268,13112.23 %12.23 %
Public transportation (including taxicab)
69,5153.17 %4.73 %
Walked
65,6573.00 %2.94 %
Other means
33,6721.54 %1.20 %
Worked at home
108,1244.93 %3.25 %
Mean travel time to work (minutes)26.1389 minutes-26.3 minutes
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Colorado Housing

Colorado Occupancy

Housing OccupancyNumberPercentNational Avg.
Total housing units1,807,511100.00 %117,282,697
Occupied housing units
1,658,16191.74 %91.00 %
Owner-occupied housing units
1,116,08361.75 %60.30 %
Renter-occupied housing units
542,07829.99 %30.70 %
Vacant housing units
149,3508.26 %9.00 %
For seasonal or occasional use
71,8763.98 %3.06 %
Homeowner vacancy rate2.57 %-2.21 %
Rental vacancy rate7.26 %-7.86 %
Average household size of owner-occupied unit2.53-2.62
Average household size of renter-occupied unit2.45-2.45
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Colorado Structures

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Structures Chart
Structure TypeNumberPercentNational Avg.
Total housing units1,807,513100.00 %-
1-unit, detached
1,121,84962.07 %60.37 %
1-unit, attached
114,4086.33 %5.68 %
2 units
37,4292.07 %4.29 %
3 or 4 units
68,0853.77 %4.72 %
5 to 9 units
83,0434.59 %4.66 %
10 to 19 units
100,9815.59 %3.99 %
20 or more units
175,9689.74 %8.59 %
Mobile home
102,5445.67 %7.49 %
Boat, RV, van, etc.
3,2060.18 %0.22 %
Additional Housing Structures Reports

Colorado Rooms

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Rooms Chart
Rooms per residence unitNumberPercentNational Avg.
Total housing units1,807,513100.00 %-
1 room
40,3552.23 %2.21 %
2 rooms
98,5645.45 %4.88 %
3 rooms
180,3069.98 %10.06 %
4 rooms
275,73015.25 %15.95 %
5 rooms
300,17116.61 %20.92 %
6 rooms
267,17514.78 %18.39 %
7 rooms
223,99612.39 %11.98 %
8 rooms
185,11610.24 %7.99 %
9 or more rooms
236,10013.06 %7.63 %
Median (rooms)5.4-5.5
Occupants per roomNumberPercentNational Avg.
Occupied housing units1,658,117100.00 %-
1.00 or less
1,582,53595.44 %85.63 %
1.01 to 1.50
40,3042.43 %2.83 %
1.51 or more
35,2782.13 %2.54 %
Additional Rooms Reports

Colorado Household Heating

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Household Heating Pie Chart
Household heating fuel typeNumberPercentNational Avg.
Utility gas1,241,36268.68 %46.07 %
Bottled, tank, or LP gas102,7795.69 %5.96 %
Electricity267,05614.77 %27.62 %
Fuel oil, kerosene, etc.2,4940.14 %8.06 %
Coal or coke2,0890.12 %0.12 %
Wood24,0621.33 %1.51 %
Solar energy2,3950.13 %0.05 %
Other fuel11,3480.63 %0.35 %
No fuel used4,5320.25 %1.25 %
Additional Household Heating Reports

Colorado Property Value

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Property Pie Chart
Property TypeNumberPercentNational Avg.
Specified owner-occupied units903,217100.00 %-
Less than $50,000
16,2191.80 %10.14 %
$50,000 to $99,999
103,71411.48 %30.62 %
$100,000 to $149,999
244,22427.04 %23.60 %
$150,000 to $199,999
229,14425.37 %14.50 %
$200,000 to $299,999
191,31721.18 %11.81 %
$300,000 to $499,999
87,9499.74 %6.42 %
$500,000 to $999,999
25,1612.79 %2.34 %
$1,000,000 or more
5,4890.61 %0.56 %
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Colorado Mortgage Status

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Mortgage Payment Pie Chart
Mortgage paymentsNumberPercentNational Avg.
With a mortgage715,47879.21 %69.56 %
Less than $300
2,8080.31 %0.50 %
$300 to $499
22,7292.52 %3.97 %
$500 to $699
57,5166.37 %8.97 %
$700 to $999
158,25517.52 %17.28 %
$1,000 to $1,499
267,49829.62 %20.91 %
$1,500 to $1,999
127,21214.08 %9.93 %
$2,000 or more
79,4608.80 %7.99 %
Not mortgaged187,73920.79 %30.44 %
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Mortgage Payment as Percentage of Income Pie Chart
Mortgage payment as a percentage of incomeNumberPercentNational Avg.
Less than 15 percent291,09232.23 %36.58 %
15 to 19 percent155,87017.26 %17.40 %
20 to 24 percent137,52115.23 %13.85 %
25 to 29 percent100,23311.10 %9.40 %
30 to 34 percent64,3077.12 %6.01 %
35 percent or more149,81816.59 %15.91 %
Not computed4,3760.48 %0.85 %
Additional Mortgage Reports

Colorado Rent Status

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Rent Payment Pie Chart
Rent payment amountNumberPercentNational Avg.
Specified renter-occupied units533,658100.00 %100.00 %
Less than $200
22,3134.18 %5.40 %
$200 to $299
15,9172.98 %5.26 %
$300 to $499
87,12216.33 %22.00 %
$500 to $749
187,63335.16 %33.46 %
$750 to $999
114,00121.36 %17.03 %
$1,000 to $1,499
70,68213.24 %8.60 %
$1,500 or more
16,6333.12 %2.89 %
No cash rent
19,3573.63 %5.35 %
Median (dollars)278,19952.13 %44.00 %
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Rent Payment as Percentage of Income Pie Chart
Rent payment as a percentage of incomeNumberPercentNational Avg.
Less than 15 percent81,12415.20 %18.07 %
15 to 19 percent78,31214.67 %14.26 %
20 to 24 percent75,29814.11 %12.73 %
25 to 29 percent64,33812.06 %10.37 %
30 to 34 percent44,5288.34 %7.32 %
35 percent or more162,13430.38 %29.47 %
Not computed27,9245.23 %7.77 %

Colorado Vehicle Usage

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Vehicle Usage Pie Chart
Vehicles per householdNumberPercentNational Avg.
None105,9265.86 %9.57 %
1524,54929.02 %31.22 %
2671,55937.15 %34.76 %
3 or more356,08319.70 %15.45 %
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