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Colorado Historical Gender Data

 

ACS 2010-2014 data

Total population: 5,197,580

Male: 2,608,270 (50.18%, see rank)
Females: 2,589,310 (49.82%, see rank)

Colorado
Male: 50.18%
Female: 49.82%
U.S.
Male: 49.19%
Female: 50.81%

US Census 2010 data

Total population: 5,029,196

Male: 2,520,662 (50.12%, see rank)
Females: 2,508,534 (49.88%, see rank)

Colorado
Male: 50.12%
Female: 49.88%
U.S.
Male: 49.16%
Female: 50.84%

ACS 2008-2012 data

Total population: 5,042,853

Male: 2,529,614 (50.16%, see rank)
Females: 2,513,239 (49.84%, see rank)

Colorado
Male: 50.16%
Female: 49.84%
U.S.
Male: 49.17%
Female: 50.83%

ACS 2006-2010 data

Total population: 4,887,061

Male: 2,448,492 (50.10%, see rank)
Females: 2,438,569 (49.90%, see rank)

Colorado
Male: 50.10%
Female: 49.90%
U.S.
Male: 49.15%
Female: 50.85%

ACS 2005-2009 data

Total population: 4,843,211

Male: 2,438,103 (50.34%, see rank)
Females: 2,405,108 (49.66%, see rank)

Colorado
Male: 50.34%
Female: 49.66%
U.S.
Male: 49.27%
Female: 50.73%

US Census 2000 data

Total population: 4,301,261

Male: 2,165,983 (50.36%, see rank)
Females: 2,135,278 (49.64%, see rank)

Colorado
Male: 50.36%
Female: 49.64%
U.S.
Male: 49.06%
Female: 50.94%

* ACS stands for U.S. Census American Community Survey. According to the U.S. Census, if the date is a range, you can interpret the data as an average of the period of time.


 
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