This collection of statistics, gathered by the U.S. Census, breaks down the American population into a variety of subgroups to demonstrate the diverse group of people living in the U.S. Statistics include: total U.S. population (313,847,465 as of July 2012), U.S. population by household type (families, single people, etc.), the population by state, and the ratio of males to females in the United States.
2010 Census Facts
U.S. Census Timeline
The Population Shifts in the U.S.
U.S. Population by Sex & Age
U.S. Population by Race
Hispanic Population in the U.S.
U.S. Population by Housing Tenure: Owners vs. Renters
Population by State
Total U.S. Population
State Population by Rank
Colonial Population Estimates
U.S. Population by Region, 1990–2010
Ratio of Males to Females, by Age Group, 1950–2010
National Censuses, 1790–2010
Population Explosion Among Older Americans
Persons 65 Years Old and Over-Characteristics by Sex, 1980-2010
Population 65 Years and Over by Age, 1990–2010
Population 65 Years and Over in Nursing Homes by Age, 1990–2010
Population Distribution by Age, Race, and Nativity, 1860-2010