Ersys Logo
Home About | Survey | Search
Topics  

Communications Demographics Education Environment Housing Labor Quality of Life Transportation Weather
 
Income

Median Household Income

The following map shows the dispersion of median household income in the area. Median income is where half the people in an area are under that income level and the other half above that income. The dark red areas indicate the highest levels of income. To determine the number of people that live in an area you should view the population density map. Sources: US Census Bureau and Synergos Technologies, Inc.


Income Stats as of 2000
Other Metropolitan Areas
Cincinnati Hamilton Dayton Lexington
Count% Count%Count %Count%
Households 2000
Under 20,000
20,000-30,000
30,000-40,000
40,000-50,000
50,000-75,000
75,000-100,000
100,000-125,000
125,000-150,000
150,000-200,000
Over 200,000

Avg HH Income
Median HH Income
Per Capita Income
147,979
51,489
23,498
18,656
13,611
20,451
9,282
4,359
1,942
2,025
2,666

$43,572
$29,493
$19,962

34.79
15.88
12.61
9.20
13.82
6.27
2.95
1.31
1.37
1.80




24,246
6,350
3,929
3,453
2,865
4,757
1,727
600
208
170
187

$42,944
$35,365
$17,493

26.19
16.20
14.24
11.82
19.62
7.12
2.47
.86
.70
.77




67,476
25,264
10,673
8,781
6,508
9,746
3,815
1,517
527
255
390

$37,040
$27,423
$15,547

37.44
15.82
13.01
9.64
14.44
5.65
2.25
.78
.38
.58




108,411
26,040
15,263
13,097
11,134
20,068
10,334
5,286
2,241
2,227
2,721

$54,340
$39,813
$23,109

24.02
14.08
12.08
10.27
18.51
9.53
4.88
2.07
2.05
2.51






Disclaimer: This page contains information from sources which ERsys.com does not control. If this page contains materials that are copyrighted or otherwise protected, please contact ERsys.com immediately. Copyright © 2000-2001 ERsys.com, All  Rights Reserved.
Related Items  
Hotel Reservations
Last modified on: Sunday, 27-Oct-2002 18:34:14 CST