Places in the United States with notable demographic characteristics

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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.

Of any population[edit]

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

Tenure[edit]

Income and housing costs[edit]

Income and race[edit]

Race[edit]

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

Population in excess of 10,000[edit]

Income and housing costs[edit]

Race[edit]

Population in excess of 50,000[edit]

Income[edit]

Race[edit]

Income and race[edit]

  • 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[edit]

Race[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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