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Places in the United States with notable demographic characteristics

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Places in the United States with notable demographic characteristics

The following is a collection of data for places with unusual or otherwise notable demographic characteristics within the United States. The data was obtained by the U.S. Census Bureau in the year 2000.

Contents

  • Of any population 1
    • Tenure 1.1
    • Income and housing costs 1.2
    • Income and race 1.3
    • Race 1.4
  • Population in excess of 10,000 2
    • Income and housing costs 2.1
    • Race 2.2
  • Population in excess of 50,000 3
    • Income 3.1
    • Race 3.2
    • Income and race 3.3
  • Population in excess of 200,000 4
    • Race 4.1
  • See also 5
  • References 6

Of any population

Note: Data for places with extremely small populations may be misleading or anomalous.

Tenure

Income and housing costs

Income and race

Race

  • Highest percentage of African Americans. All inhabitants are African American in the following places:

Population in excess of 10,000

Income and housing costs

Race

Population in excess of 50,000

Income

Race

Income and race

  • Only large county where the median household income of African American households exceeds that of white households. Queens, New York City. Percent African American: 20%; median household income among blacks; $51,836. Percent white: 44%; median household income among whites; $50,960.[1]

Population in excess of 200,000

Race

See also

References

  1. ^ Roberts, Sam (2006-01-10). "Black Incomes Surpass Whites in Queens". The New York Times. Retrieved 2007-03-28. 
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