Statistics on children, youth and families in Michigan from the Annie E. Casey Foundation and the Michigan League for Public Policy
Population ages 13 to 17
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Definition and Source
U.S. Census Bureau, The American Community Survey 1-Year Estimates, provided by the Michigan Center for Data and Analytics
The estimates use a model that incorporates information on natural changes such as births and deaths and net migration. Estimates are as of July 1st each year for the state of Michigan and all counties. Prior year’s estimates are not updated. For the cities of Detroit, Flint, and Grand Rapids, single-year data from the American Community Survey are used.
For 2020 city populations, age groups were estimated using 2019 ACS proportions with 2020 census population totals. 2020 ACS 1-year data were not used due to the effect of the pandemic on this survey.
Michigan League for Public Policy
The Michigan League for Public Policy is a nonprofit policy institute focused on opportunity for all. Its mission is to advance economic security, racial equity, health and well-being for all people in Michigan through policy change. It is the only state-level organization that addresses poverty in a comprehensive way.Learn More