Demographics - Fredricksburg Virginia
In Virginia, the combined population of the city of Fredericksburg and the counties of Culpeper, Arlington, Fairfax, Loudon, and Prince William totaled 2,241,849 in 2016. Of this combined population, 24.95% were children, 38.24% were women, and 21.35% were aged 55 or older. Around 30% of the residents aged 15 or older in these areas had an annual income of no lower than $75,000. Nearly 90% of the civilian non-institutionalized population in these areas had health insurance coverage.
To answer this request, I first prepared a list of the geographic areas to be covered. Since you mentioned that, apart from Fredericksburg, Culpeper, Haymarket, and Northern Virginia counties should be included as well, I came up with the following list: Fredericksburg City, Culpeper County, Arlington County, Fairfax County, Loudon County, and Prince William County. According to the Northern Virginia Regional Commission, the Northern Virginia counties are Arlington, Fairfax, Loudoun, and Prince William. Haymarket is a town in the Prince William county.
The demographic profile of these areas as a whole is not readily available in the public domain, so I searched within the site of the United States Census Bureau for details specific to each place and summed them up in the attached spreadsheet. I used the bureau's American FactFinder Guided Search facility to find information related to age, gender, income, and health insurance coverage. The data tables that were used to populate the spreadsheet can be seen in the attached screenshots, which I took because the links to the data tables expire after some time. The latest available data tables are for the year 2016.
For the health indicators, on the other hand, I referred to the latest profiles provided on the HealthData.org website. HealthData.org aims to provide "the best information on population health."
The six areas included in the list had a total population of 2,241,849 in 2016. Of these individuals, 75.05% or 1,682,619 were at least 18 years old, while 24.95% or 559,230 were below 18 years old. Those aged 55 or older accounted for 21.35% or 478,654 of the total population.
There was an almost 50/50 split between the male and female populations in 2016. Of the six areas' total population, 49.58% or 1,111,436 were male, while 50.42% or 1,130,413 were female. Among adults, on the other hand, around the same split was observed. Of the six areas' adult population, 49.06% or 825,461 were male, while 50.95% or 857,323 were female.
In 2016, the income of individuals aged 15 or older in the six areas listed was distributed as follows:
No income — 12.68%
$1 to $9,999 or loss — 12.37%
$10,000 to $14,999 — 5.10%
$15,000 to $24,999 — 8.97%
$25,000 to $34,999 — 7.73%
$35,000 to $49,999 — 9.58%
$50,000 to $64,999 — 8.97%
$65,000 to $74,999 — 4.54%
$75,000 or more — 30.07%
Of 1,772,059 individuals aged 15 or older, 30.07% had an income of at least $75,000.
HEALTH INSURANCE COVERAGE
The six areas, as a whole, had a civilian non-institutionalized population of 2,212,834 in 2016. This population refers to those residents that were not in "active-duty military" and were not staying in institutional facilities including "correctional institutions, juvenile facilities, skilled nursing facilities, and other long-term care living arrangements." Of this specific population, 89.87% or 1,988,582 had health insurance coverage, while 10.13% or 224,252 had no health insurance coverage.
Fredericksburg had a population of 28,297 in 2016. Of this population, 60.1% were white, 23.8% were African American, 10.7% were Hispanic or Latino, and 3.0% were Asian.
Based on the latest profiles of Fredericksburg, Culpeper, Prince William, Arlington, Fairfax, and Loudon on the HealthData.org site, the life expectancy of males ranges from 76.5 to 82.3, while that of females ranges from 80.3 to 85.1. In a year, around 601.7 to 969.0 of every 100,000 males die, and around 461.1 to 765.0 of every 100,000 females die.
The prevalence of smoking ranges from 11.8% to 24.0% among males and from 10.2% to 19.5% among females, while the prevalence of obesity ranges from 25.7% to 39.0% among males and from 24.3% to 36.9% among females.
The city of Fredericksburg and the counties of Culpeper, Arlington, Fairfax, Loudon, and Prince William in Virginia had a combined population of 2,241,849 in 2016. Of these 2,241,849 individuals, 24.95% were below 18 years old, 38.24% were women, and 21.35% were at least 55 years old. An annual income of at least $75,000 was reported by approximately 30% of the residents aged 15 or older in these areas. Almost 90% of non-institutionalized civilians in these areas were with health insurance coverage.