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Thinking of Living in New York? (Infograph)

Are you thinking of living in New York? New York has a population of approximately 20,201,249. The median income in New York is $68,486. Below are demographics and household data that you will find useful if you are thinking of moving to New York. The information presented in this article are based on data from the US Census American Community Survey.

What is the Population of New York?

The population of New York is approximately 20,201,249.

Are New York Residents Well Educated?

37% of New York residents have a Bachelor’s Degree or higher. Compare this to overall United States where 32% of residents have a Bachelor’s Degree or higher.

Is New York Diverse?

70% of New York residents are White, 9% of New York residents are Asians, 19% of New York residents are Hispanic and 18% of New York residents are African Americans.

Are There a Lot of Children Living in New York?

21% of New York residents are children under 18 years old and 6% of New York residents are children under 5 years old. Compare this to overall United States where 22% of United States residents are children under 18 years old.

Is there a Large Senior Citizen Population in New York? 

17% of New York residents are seniors aged 65 years old and older. Compare this to overall United States where 17% of residents are seniors aged 65 years old and older.

Is New York Affluent?

New York has a median household income of $68,486. Compare this to overall United States where the median household income is $62,843.

Are There a Lot of Rentals in New York?

In New York, 46% of housing units are rentals while 54% of housing units in New York are owner occupied.

How Much Is Rent in New York? 

The median gross rent in New York is $1,280. Compare this to overall United States where the median gross rent is $1,062.

What is the Median Home Value in New York?

The Median Home Value of owner-occupied homes in New York is $313,700.

How Long is the Average Commute to Work for New York Residents?

The mean travel time to work for New York residents is 34 minutes. Compare this to overall United States where the average time to work is 27 minutes.

How Big is New York?

New York is 47,126 square miles.

What Counties are in New York City’s Suburbs?

Westchester County, Suffolk County and Nassau County are counties in New York that are considered part of the New York City suburbs. See below for infographs of the counties that are part of the New York City suburbs. To see the infograph in greater detail, click on the link to the county profile page.

New York City Suburbs County InfographList of New York City Suburbs Counties
Nassau County NY InfographNassau County, NY
Suffolk County InfographSuffolk County, NY
Westchester County InfographWestchester County

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Data Source: US Census American Community Survey

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