Resident population projection for the United States for 2015 and 2060, by age (in millions)

U.S. population projection for 2015 and 2060, by age This graph shows population projections for the United States for 2015 and 2060, by age. In 2060, about 600 thousand people aged 100 years and over will be living in the U.S.
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Age in years20152060
Under 519,96522,778
5 to 1336,87441,193
14 to 1716,79618,338
18 to 2431,21433,300
25 to 4484,657103,010
45 to 6484,032100,013
65 to 8441,52678,440
85 to 996,23219,120
100 and over72604
Age in years20152060
Under 519,96522,778
5 to 1336,87441,193
14 to 1716,79618,338
18 to 2431,21433,300
25 to 4484,657103,010
45 to 6484,032100,013
65 to 8441,52678,440
85 to 996,23219,120
100 and over72604
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This graph shows population projections for the United States for 2015 and 2060, by age. In 2060, about 600 thousand people aged 100 years and over will be living in the U.S.
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Release date
December 2014
Region
United States
Survey time period
2014
Supplementary notes
Excludes Armed Forces overseas.

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