Just over half of the congressional districts in the country have shares of their population under age 5 that are greater than or equal to the national average of 6.4 percent. States with higher percentages of their population under age 5 tend to be found in the West and South. Utah's 3rd congressional district has the highest percentage of young children in its population, with 10.5 percent, and California's 30th has the lowest, at 4 percent.
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|Contributor||US Census Bureau|
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|Education Level||Higher Ed|
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