Count of All Children

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Data Highlights

Change in Child Population Between 2006 and 2019

Biggest Change

Region 4: 11.7%

Smallest Change

Region 6: 1.5%

Total Child
Population 2019



This graph shows the population data used to calculate population rates for children. Population counts are used as the denominators for all of the child-based rates.

See also


We use data both from the US Census Bureau and Washington's Office of Financial Management and carefully fill in the gaps to produce this relatively complete picture of Washington State's population under age 18.