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    It's interesting to compare the 1996 group to where they are now at 2014. The 18 year time gap is fairly analogous to jumping up one category; only a few ages fail to do so: 30-31 remains within bracket after 18 years, and 47-49 would jump straight to 65+ years. Given that, for a naive analysis it seems fair to just do simple comparisons.

    As such, the surprising fact to me is that last generation's 18-29 grew the least here, only +13. 30-49 are up +18 and the combined 50+ group is up +28.

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