Population in the Social Security area at end of year:
Estimated number and percent fully insured, by age and sex, 2012-2016
[Numbers in thousands]

Age 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016
Population Percent
fully
insured
Population Percent
fully
insured
Population Percent
fully
insured
Population Percent
fully
insured
Population Percent
fully
insured
Total
Total 320,520 a87 322,871 a87 325,478 a87 328,380 a87 331,372 a87
<15 63,570 b 63,506 b 63,527 b 63,566 b 63,771 b
15-19 21,432 9 21,393 10 21,473 10 21,701 11 21,869 12
20-24 22,747 69 22,868 68 22,826 67 22,645 65 22,500 64
25-29 21,701 89 21,960 89 22,348 88 22,816 87 23,263 87
30-34 21,632 89 21,884 89 22,025 89 22,115 89 22,258 89
35-39 20,013 89 20,298 89 20,654 89 21,202 89 21,658 89
40-44 21,385 91 21,119 91 20,825 90 20,366 90 20,133 90
45-49 21,882 92 21,459 92 21,197 92 21,349 91 21,455 91
50-54 22,864 92 22,920 92 22,886 92 22,561 92 22,151 92
55-59 21,053 91 21,437 92 21,754 92 22,112 92 22,302 92
60-64 17,999 90 18,372 90 18,869 90 19,371 91 19,868 91
65-69 14,359 88 14,984 89 15,689 89 16,475 89 16,878 90
70-74 10,505 85 10,991 86 11,427 86 11,722 87 12,430 88
75+ 19,380 79 19,679 80 19,978 80 20,378 80 20,835 81

Male

Subtotal 159,172 90 160,358 90 161,709 89 163,211 89 164,757 89
<15 32,483 b 32,448 b 32,466 b 32,492 b 32,605 b
15-19 10,960 9 10,932 9 10,976 10 11,099 11 11,191 12
20-24 11,634 68 11,708 67 11,695 66 11,605 64 11,532 64
25-29 11,039 89 11,152 89 11,354 88 11,602 87 11,844 87
30-34 11,052 89 11,165 89 11,214 89 11,239 89 11,295 89
35-39 10,194 90 10,348 89 10,534 89 10,818 88 11,046 88
40-44 10,836 92 10,700 92 10,555 91 10,325 91 10,212 90
45-49 11,021 94 10,818 94 10,696 93 10,779 93 10,836 92
50-54 11,392 94 11,437 94 11,432 94 11,286 94 11,094 94
55-59 10,345 94 10,542 94 10,710 94 10,901 94 11,010 94
60-64 8,704 93 8,882 93 9,128 94 9,381 94 9,633 94
65-69 6,845 94 7,147 94 7,486 94 7,860 94 8,046 94
70-74 4,888 93 5,119 93 5,324 93 5,464 94 5,805 94
75+ 7,778 92 7,960 92 8,139 92 8,361 92 8,608 92

Female

Subtotal 161,348 85 162,513 85 163,769 85 165,169 85 166,615 85
<15 31,087 b 31,058 b 31,062 b 31,073 b 31,166 b
15-19 10,472 10 10,461 10 10,497 11 10,602 12 10,678 12
20-24 11,112 70 11,160 69 11,131 67 11,040 66 10,968 65
25-29 10,662 90 10,808 89 10,993 89 11,214 88 11,420 87
30-34 10,579 90 10,719 89 10,811 89 10,876 89 10,963 89
35-39 9,819 89 9,950 89 10,120 89 10,385 89 10,613 89
40-44 10,549 90 10,419 89 10,270 89 10,041 89 9,921 89
45-49 10,862 90 10,641 90 10,501 90 10,570 90 10,619 89
50-54 11,472 90 11,483 91 11,454 91 11,275 90 11,058 90
55-59 10,708 89 10,895 89 11,043 89 11,212 90 11,293 90
60-64 9,294 86 9,490 87 9,741 87 9,990 88 10,235 88
65-69 7,514 83 7,837 84 8,203 85 8,615 85 8,832 86
70-74 5,617 78 5,873 80 6,102 80 6,259 81 6,625 82
75+ 11,601 71 11,719 71 11,840 72 12,017 73 12,227 73

 Note: Population in the Social Security area includes residents of the 50 states and the District of Columbia adjusted for net census undercount; civilian residents of Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, Guam, American Samoa and Northern Mariana Islands; federal civilian employees and persons in the Armed Forces abroad and their dependents; crew members of merchant vessels, and all other U.S. citizens abroad. Population estimates are subject to revision.

     a Percent of population fully insured aged 20 or older.
     b Less than 0.5 percent.

  Source: Social Security Administration, Estimates from the 2016 Trustees Report.