Arkansas Population under 18 years, percent, 2010 by County

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Resident population under 18 years, percent, 2010 - (Percent)
County Value
Arkansas 23.3
Ashley 24.4
Baxter 18.1
Benton 27.9
Boone 23.3
Bradley 23.3
Calhoun 20.5
Carroll 22.5
Chicot 23.1
Clark 19.5
Clay 22.3
Cleburne 19.9
Cleveland 24.8
Columbia 22.8
Conway 24.2
Craighead 25.0
Crawford 26.4
Crittenden 29.1
Cross 25.1
Dallas 23.6
Desha 26.0
Drew 23.6
Faulkner 24.5
Franklin 24.4
Fulton 21.2
Garland 20.9
Grant 24.2
Greene 25.2
Hempstead 26.0
Hot Spring 23.3
Howard 26.3
Independence 24.0
Izard 19.2
Jackson 20.7
Jefferson 23.8
Johnson 24.8
Lafayette 23.2
Lawrence 22.9
Lee 20.7
Lincoln 19.4
Little River 23.8
Logan 24.6
Lonoke 27.5
Madison 24.2
Marion 17.9
Miller 24.3
Mississippi 28.2
Monroe 22.6
Montgomery 21.1
Nevada 23.7
Newton 20.8
Ouachita 23.5
Perry 23.0
Phillips 28.1
Pike 24.7
Poinsett 24.2
Polk 23.8
Pope 23.1
Prairie 21.5
Pulaski 24.1
Randolph 23.2
Saline 24.4
Scott 25.7
Searcy 20.4
Sebastian 25.4
Sevier 29.5
Sharp 21.5
St. Francis 23.6
Stone 20.6
Union 24.2
Van Buren 20.5
Washington 25.4
White 23.9
Woodruff 23.0
Yell 26.3

Value for Arkansas (Percent): 24.4%

Data item: Resident population under 18 years, percent, 2010

Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2010 Census of Population, Public Law 94-171 Redistricting Data File. Updated every 10 years. http://factfinder2.census.gov.

Definition:

Age classification is based on the age of the person in complete years as of April 1, 2010.

The first release of Census 2010 data on age, from the Redistricting Data file, identifies only one age category: 18 years and over. Additional age categories will be published in summer 2001.

Scope and Methodology:

The data on age were derived from answers to a question that was asked of all people in Census 2010. The age of the person was usually derived from their date of birth information.

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