23 Dec 2015 Santa’s Must-See List: Top Large Metros for Children are Salt Lake City-UT, Houston-TX, Dallas-TX; Bottom are Pittsburgh-PA, Providence-RI, Buffalo-NY
Recently released data from the U.S. Census Bureau’s American Community Survey illuminates which large metros are host to the greatest percentage of children 14 years and under.
Children constitute 19.1% of the U.S. population. Among large metros, the highest percentage of children is found in Salt Lake City (24.2%). Houston (22.7%), Dallas (22.4%) and Riverside (22.0%) follow. Other large metros with a high share of children are San Antonio, Atlanta and Memphis.
The large metros with the lowest percentage of children are Pittsburgh (15.9%), Providence (16.7%) and Buffalo (16.8%). Tampa, Boston and Hartford also have a low share of children compared to other large metros.
From 2009 to 2014, children’s share of the U.S. population decreased by 1.1 percentage points. The large metros with the smallest 5-year decrease in the percentage of children are Cincinnati (-0.2 pts.), Kansas City (-0.2 pts.) and Minneapolis (-0.3 pts.)
Las Vegas (-2.4 pts.), Phoenix (-2.3 pts.) and Riverside (-2.2 pts.) had the greatest decrease in the percentage of children from 2009 to 2014. Los Angeles, Miami and Charlotte also decreased.
Research, analysis and content developed by Headlight Data. Original data from the U.S. Census Bureau.
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