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State of Kansas
Official State Seal

Population:
2,134,802

Under 18:
696,082

Over 65:
360,216

Employed:
1,852,844

Land in SM:
81,814.88

Official Website

Acres of Farms:
47,944,227

Births:
39,888

Deaths:
24,682

Infant Deaths:
206

Property Crime:
94,635

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