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2006 Youth Demographics

November 23rd, 2006
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by Mark Hugo Lopez and Karlo Barrios Marcelo

November 2006

Based on Current Population Survey data. Compares the numbers of 18-25 year-old residents and citizens by gender, race, ethnicity, geographic distribution, marital status, military status, unemployment, educational attainment, and assesses population trends from 1968-2006.

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46 Responses to “2006 Youth Demographics”

  1. Finley Says:

    You know, they say that if there more bos born to a nation, it will face a war soon… So thanx to the Lord we can sleep peacefully, because we have more girls than boys! that’s not so bad indeed!

  2. Louis Says:

    thank you for this overview. That’s nice that there are more girls than boys, so I have more chance to find a good girl or even wife. Thank you for information.

  3. Kirsten Willis Says:

    Based on Current Population Survey data. Compares the numbers of 18-25 year-old residents and citizens by gender, race, ethnicity, geographic distribution, marital status, military status, unemployment, educational attainment, and assesses population trends from 1968-2006. Great pyramid folks. It really gives us quick overview.

  4. MauiBeachVacationClub Says:

    Very interesting. More girls mean less war in the future? Peace finally is here?

  5. Doug Says:

    Looks like my wife will out live me too! Been helping in her stainless all clad cookware biz. So may less stress will let me catchup a few years!

  6. california dui defense Says:

    It’s striking to compare that graph to countries like Africa where the population is so much younger.

  7. stainless all clad cookware Says:

    Soon the world will be taken over by women!

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    Based on Current Population Survey data. Compares the numbers of 18-25 year-old residents and citizens by gender, race, ethnicity, geographic distribution, marital status, military status, unemployment, educational attainment, and assesses population trends from 1968-2006. Great pyramid folks. It really gives us quick overview.

  9. designer purses Says:

    Looks like there’s more men in my age group. Ouch!

  10. Schwinn Recumbent Exercise Bikes Says:

    It’s interesting to see the current demographics and the number of men vs women in my age group.

    It appears that more girls is better for peace. 😉

  11. Singapore Wedding Florist Says:

    @designer purses

    So you have less women to choose from and at the same time you live in more turbulent times (less peace if there has been more women) – double ouch I say 😉

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    If that was the last 40 years (technically 38 and a few years old), I wonder what the next 40 will hold.

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    Well I hope that this report was accurate.

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    The pattern of representing the demographic report is good one,it just looks like a Hindu temple.

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  16. HID LIGHTS Says:

    Thanks for this kind of overview and we suggest that the graph value consider the ratio of population.

  17. Compareprice Says:

    It’s striking to compare that graph to countries like Africa where the population is so much younger.

  18. paitoon Says:

    Thanks for this kind of overview.

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    Compares the numbers of 18-25 year-old residents and citizens by gender, race, ethnicity, geographic distribution, marital status, military status, unemployment, educational attainment, and assesses population trends from 1968-2006.

    Could you have thrown a few more categories in there? And what does it all mean, since there really isn’t any instructions on how to read the chart?

  20. ptdt Says:

    Thx for sharing.

  21. Answer my health question Says:

    Interesting data for us.It’s striking to compare that graph to countries like Africa where the population is so much younger.

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    The graph is great but too old now, can you post the lastest?

  23. Dar Says:

    the latest graph does not differ much from this one!

  24. paitoon Says:

    I like this informative post.

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    Thanks for the fact sheet, this will prove useful for one of my current projects.

  26. HIPAA Says:

    I think this graph will look very different in a few decades as men and women begin dying around the same age.

  27. Alternative Energy Says:

    what about this year?

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    just goes to show that women do live longer than men on average

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  45. Andrea Says:

    Interesting data. It appears Female ratio is far outnumbering men and hopefully peace will prevail and there would considerable reduction in conflicts. Great site !! Good comparison !! Definitely room for improvement with more categories coverage…..

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  46. Honda Forum Says:

    Wow, look at the 65 and older category. It looks like nearly three times as many women are living as men? Is this genetics, or does our society give more stressful situations to men??