Average Household Size (1-Year ACS)

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Alabama 2.6
Alaska 2.8
Arizona 2.7
Arkansas 2.6
California 3.0
Colorado 2.6
Connecticut 2.6
Delaware 2.6
District of Columbia 2.2
Florida 2.7
Georgia 2.7
Hawaii 3.1
Idaho 2.7
Illinois 2.6
Indiana 2.6
Iowa 2.4
Kansas 2.6
Kentucky 2.5
Louisiana 2.6
Maine 2.4
Maryland 2.7
Massachusetts 2.6
Michigan 2.5
Minnesota 2.5
Mississippi 2.6
Missouri 2.5
Montana 2.4
Nebraska 2.5
Nevada 2.7
New Hampshire 2.5
New Jersey 2.7
New Mexico 2.7
New York 2.6
North Carolina 2.6
North Dakota 2.3
Ohio 2.5
Oklahoma 2.6
Oregon 2.5
Pennsylvania 2.5
Puerto Rico 2.8
Rhode Island 2.5
South Carolina 2.6
South Dakota 2.5
Tennessee 2.6
Texas 2.8
Utah 3.2
Vermont 2.3
Virginia 2.6
Washington 2.6
West Virginia 2.5
Wisconsin 2.4
Wyoming 2.5

Source: U.S. Census Bureau, American Community Survey, Geographic Comparison Tables.

Notes: Data are subject to both sampling and nonsampling error. A hyphen (-) indicates data are not available.

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