Virginia / King William County
Who knew King William County demographics could be so sexy? Check out Census 2010 data and current American Community Survey data for King William County, VA. Feast your eyes on statuesque tables, curvacous pie charts and titillating trend lines. We dare you to call King William County demographic data boring!
|Population 2010 Census||15,935||#92 in the state|
|Median Income 2010 for Households||$64,946|
|Median Age||39.4 years|
|Largest Racial or Ethnic Group||White|
|Sources: Census 2010 SF1 & 2006-2010 American Community Survey 5 year estimates|
With 15,935 people, King William County is the 92nd most populated county in the state of Virginia out of 93 counties. But watch out, King William County, because Dickenson County with 15,903 people and Nottoway County with 15,853 people are right behind you.
In 2010, the median household income of King William County residents was $64,946. King William County households made slightly more than Albemarle County households ($64,847) and Botetourt County households ($64,724) However, 7.6% of King William County residents live in poverty.
The median age for King William County residents is 39.4 years young.
The largest King William County racial/ethinic groups are White (76.0%) followed by Black (17.6%) and Two or more races (2.1%).
|Some Other Race||12|
|Two or More Races||342|
|Source: Census 2010 SF1 Table P9 Hispanic or Latino or Not Hispanic or Latino by Race|
Note: the US Census Bureau defines race and ethnicity differently from the way most people think about race and ethnicity. In a nutshell, a person's origin (or what used to be called ethnicity) is either Hispanic or Non-Hispanic. And a person's race can be white, black or African American, American Indian or Alaska Native, Asian, Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander, Some Other Race or Two or More Races. For more details about race and origin data, google "US Census Bureau race and origin Census 2010."
Fellas, you need to start eating your Wheaties™. King William County ladies have a higher median age.
|Median Age||39.4 years|
|Median Age - Females||40.0 years|
|Median Age - Males||38.7 years|
|Source: Census 2010 SF1 Table P13 Median Age by Male/Female|
With 24.7% of the King William County population under 18, King William County has more spring chickens than a KFC ® at dinner time.
|Persons Under 18||24.7%|
|Persons Over 65||12.4%|
|Source: Census 2010 SF1 Table P12 Male/Female by Age|
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