376669 02: First-grader Khatona Miller, right, investigates a circled location on a world globe with other classmates August 22, 2000 at Chicago's Stewart Elementary School. Young Khatona Miller is one of over 430,000 children heading back to the classrooms Aug. 22 in the Chicago Public School system.

Wondering where you should move to with your family? I am sure you would prefer a city with a higher children population so that your family can connect with others. On the other hand, maybe you have no children and would rather live where there are fewer children around. Either way, this list might be interesting to you.

The AAA State of Play compiled a list of cities with the highest and fewest population of children. Did you know in 2020 only 22.3% of the U.S. population was reported under the age of 18? I am not sure if I would expect that number to be higher or lower, but interesting to say the least.  Well, although things may change over the years with more children being born every day, this list could still be a helpful tool to have. North Carolina and South Carolina cities both made the top 20. South Carolina also appears more than once. Here are the top 20 cities with the fewest children.