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Some Peoria Facts and Figures
Peoria, Arizona, located in Maricopa County, has a population of 108,364. There are 52,058 men and 56,306 women. The median age is 35.6. The male median age is 34.2, and the median age for females is 36.8. There are 39,184 households with an average of 2.73 persons per household. The number of families total 29,299 and the average family size is 3.16 people.
34.4% of the population was born in Arizona and 58.4% residents were born in other U. S. states. The breakdown is 10.4% from the northeast; 24.6% from the midwest; 8.8% from the south and 14.6% from the west. There are 6.2% foreign-born residents. The remaining percentage are Americans, born of American parents, who at the time, were living outside the U.S.
There are 49,507 residents at work for pay. 97.2% work outside the home. 18.6% commute less than 15 minutes to work; 35.2% commute less than 30 minutes; 23.3% less than 45 minutes; 14.4% less than 60 minutes; and 8.5% commute more than 60 minutes. 2.8% work at home.
There are 70,583 residents over the age of 25, representing 37,849 females and 32,734 males. In the over age 25 category, 88.8% of the male and 87.9% of the female population have graduated from high school. 24.1% of the male and 19.7% of the female population hold a Bachelor's (4 year) degree. In addition to the previously listed degrees, 7.5% of the male and 5.6% of the female population hold a Masters, Doctorate or other professional degree.
All data taken from the 2000 US Census and the 2005 estimate.
|Arizona And USA Quick Facts
|Population, 2005 estimate||5,939,292||296,410,404|
|Population, percent change, April 1, 2000 to July 1, 2005||15.8%||5.3%|
|Population, percent change, 1990 to 2000||40.0%||13.1%|
|Persons under 18 years old, percent, 2004||26.9%||25.0%|
|Persons 65 years old and over, percent, 2004||12.7%||12.4%|
|Male, percent, 2004||50%||49.2%|
|Female, percent, 2004||50%||50.8%|
|Living in same house in 1995 and 2000, pct age 5+, 2000||44.3%||54.1%|
|High school graduates, percent of persons age 25+, 2000||81.0%||80.4%|
|Bachelor's degree or higher, pct of persons age 25+, 2000||23.5%||24.4%|
|Mean travel time to work (minutes), workers age 16+, 2000||24.9||25.5|
|Housing units, 2004||2,458,231||122,671,734|
|Homeownership rate, 2000||68.0%||66.2%|
|Median value of owner-occupied housing units, 2000||$121,300||$119,600|
|Persons per household, 2000||2.64||2.59|
|Median household income, 2003||$41,963||$43,318|
|Land area, 2000 (square miles)||113,635||3,537,438|
|Persons per square mile, 2000||45.2||79.6|