Windsor has 28,917 residents, 2.5 percent above the national average of 27,842, according to the American Community Survey for December 2019, released by the U.S. Census Bureau's National Center for Health Statistics. The next section of demographic information provides detailed data including population, age, income, education level and employment, as shown in the graph below, along with a breakdown of urban population by age group. Windsor has a teenage birth rate of 12.0 per 1,000 inhabitants per year, more than any other town in Windsor and the surrounding region. It has the second highest percentage of children under 18 in Canada, behind New York City, but still lower than most other cities and towns.
The marital status of Windsor households, which is useful for internet research, shows the number of single women in the area, broken down by never married, divorced or widowed. The next set of data, the reasons why people are single (51%), is presented as a percentage of the total population, and the reason for this is large. Windsor is the second largest city in Connecticut, measured by this percentage, also measured by the state of Connecticut, but also the largest in Canada, compared to New York City and New Jersey, which both break down the single people in their area by the percentage who, according to census data, are never married, divorced or widowed.
The average household size is compared to the average number of people in a family using Windsor households. Windsor has a percentage of people who are never married and has 33% of the total population, but is 33.3% larger in Canada compared to the percentage of the population born in the country.
The number of households with more than one person in their household is larger in Windsor than in any other city in Canada, but smaller than the average household size in any other province or territory. The average size of a family in a Windsor household with two or more people is also larger, 1.5 times larger than in the rest of Canada.
Windsor is depicted as an average family size of 3.3, 2.5 times larger than the average household size in the rest of Canada. Windsor is about the same size as the United States average of 50% in terms of the percentage of people who are single for some reason. The number of unmarried mothers aged 20 to 34 with children under 18 in Windsor has seen its biggest rise since 2010, when it accounted for 21.6% of the total population, ahead of most other places on the Underground.
Windsor has the highest number of births, 3.3 times or 2.5 times the number of unmarried women, which is larger than the average family size in the rest of Canada. Windsor Connecticut ranks third in the percentage of unmarried mothers living on the poverty line and has the second highest percentage (6.4%) of poor women in Canada. Unmarried mothers with poverty are based on the definition of median household income and have given birth to children within the last 12 months. It shows that Windsor has an average household size of 4.2, which is the average for the United States of 3.6, which are both about twice the size of most other places on the subway. The Windsors show that Windsor has the third highest rate of unplanned pregnancies among women who have had a child and the fourth highest rate of unmarried mothers who have a child in their late 20s or older.
Windsor Connecticut has the third highest proportion of men who have never married in the United States, at 33%, and the second highest rate of men who have never married in Canada. Windsor Connecticut has the highest number of unmarried women (4.5%), but the lowest percentage (1.2%) of women who have never married.
Windsor has the second highest proportion of single people (50%) in the region, higher than Hartford, Connecticut and the surrounding region, but lower than New York City and New Jersey. Windsor has the third highest proportion of men who have never married (4.5%), but the lowest percentage (1.2%). The reason people were single in this area was the same as in Hartford (pictured), where the highest number of unmarried men (2.7%, the fourth highest rate of single men in Connecticut) was recorded.
Windsor is described as having the second highest percentage of the population born outside the United States, behind New York City and New Jersey. This is the highest population in the country - Connecticut-born (2.2%), but lower than the other areas in the area (3.1%).
Among the most important results of the chart are: Windsor, Connecticut, has 13.5% of the total population, rank 3, has 27% total population and is ranked 2 in terms of population density, after New York City and New Jersey, and the third highest percentage of residents from outside the United States (2.6%). Windsor Connecticut had 13.5% of the total population; ranked third in terms of total population and ranked first in relation to the other areas of Connecticut (3.2%) and the state as a whole (4.4%), and has a total of 32%. Windsor and Connecticut together have 27%, rank third on the list of states with the highest number of people from other countries (1.8%) and rank fourth in proportion to the total population (5.1%, third lowest in relation to Connecticut).