American Population by Age Groups in 2013
The population estimates are very important tools of statistics since they help in demonstrating the dynamics of population change according to the age of all American citizens.
This kind of information is usually published every year and can be interesting for some people who wonder about demographic trends and tendencies.
Below, there is a summary of the last year's report on American Population by age group (2013):
0 - 10 years about 44.4 million people
11-20 years about 42.2 million people
21-30 years about 44.25 million people
31-40 years about 40.5 million people
41-50 years about 42.7 million people
51-60 years about 43.1 million people
61-70 years about 31.5 million people
71-80 years about 17.0 million people
81-90 years about 8.8 million people
91-100 years about 1.7 million people
100+ years about 0.067 million people
According to the same report, the total population of the United States in 2013 was 316,128,839