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Children's Average Age Distribution - Census 2000

The following map shows the dispersion of children's average ages throughout the area. Average age is the weighted average of the child's age by the number of children at that age. In the case of the map below, the dark green areas show where the average child age is under 7. To determine the number of people that live in an area you should view the population density map. Sources: US Census Bureau and Synergos Technologies, Inc.


Family and Children Stats as of 2000
Other Metropolitan Areas
Anchorage Bellingham Bremerton Seattle
Count% Count%Count %Count%
Families 2000
Married
Single - Male
Single - Female

Children's Ages
 Under 3
 3 to 5
 5
 6 to 11
 11 to 18

Average Age
64,131
48,421
4,826
10,884


10,773
7,287
3,896
24,641
22,919

8.75

75.50
7.53
16.97


15.50
10.48
5.60
35.45
32.97


13,990
10,512
911
2,567


2,027
1,220
598
3,672
3,552

8.49

75.14
6.51
18.35


18.31
11.02
5.40
33.17
32.09


8,469
5,801
656
2,012


1,676
1,054
468
2,829
2,260

7.98

68.50
7.75
23.76


20.22
12.72
5.65
34.14
27.27


113,400
84,648
7,836
20,916


14,558
8,729
4,286
26,290
23,901

8.36

74.65
6.91
18.44


18.72
11.22
5.51
33.81
30.74




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