Special Report

How Many People Are Left From the Year You Were Born

Source: Official White House photograph / Wikimedia Commons

> 25-year-old pop., 2018: 3,952,556
> People born in 1993 still alive: 98.8%
> Births: 4,000,240
> U.S. population: 259,755,844

Source: Andrea Booher / FEMA / Wikimedia Commons

> 24-year-old pop., 2018: 3,906,875
> People born in 1994 still alive: 98.8%
> Births: 3,952,767
> U.S. population: 263,517,800

Source: NASA / Wikimedia Commons

> 23-year-old pop., 2018: 3,852,001
> People born in 1995 still alive: 98.8%
> Births: 3,899,589
> U.S. population: 267,095,137

Source: Public Domain / Wikimedia Commons

> 22-year-old pop., 2018: 3,876,430
> People born in 1996 still alive: 99.6%
> Births: 3,891,494
> U.S. population: 270,242,639

Source: Kees de Vos / Wikimedia Commons

> 21-year-old pop., 2018: 3,875,328
> People born in 1997 still alive: 99.9%
> Births: 3,880,894
> U.S. population: 273,302,394

Source: Flickr user Kevin Jarrett / Wikimedia Commons

> 20-year-old pop., 2018: 3,888,019
> People born in 1998 still alive: 98.6%
> Births: 3,941,553
> U.S. population: 275,633,077

Source: Grj23 / Wikimedia Commons

> 19-year-old pop., 2018: 3,907,863
> People born in 1999 still alive: 98.7%
> Births: 3,959,417
> U.S. population: 278,832,183

Source: Rob Boudon / Wikimedia Commons

> 18-year-old pop., 2018: 3,998,928
> People born in 2000 still alive: 98.5%
> Births: 4,058,814
> U.S. population: 281,862,083

Source: SFC Thomas R. Roberts / Wikimedia Commons

> 17-year-old pop., 2018: 3,962,093
> People born in 2001 still alive: 98.4%
> Births: 4,025,933
> U.S. population: 285,527,163

Source: Sergeant Joseph R. Chenelly, United States Marine Corps / Wikimedia Commons

> 16-year-old pop., 2018: 3,887,092
> People born in 2002 still alive: 96.7%
> Births: 4,021,726
> U.S. population: 289,332,806