How to use a calculator to find out how many people are living in metro Phoenix
How many people live in metro Arizona?
This question can seem a little daunting, but in reality it’s a fairly easy one to answer.
It’s also one that’s been answered on the Web, through a handy Google search.
With the help of a nifty calculator that lets you search by ZIP code, we’ve pulled together a list of metro Phoenix neighborhoods, by population, to find the number of people living there.
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1,094,067: The Phoenix area has a population of 1,105,972 people, according to the latest data from the Census Bureau.
The median household income in the Phoenix metro area is $52,071.
The metro area also has a median home price of $229,838.
The population of metro Arizona has grown by over 9 percent in the last five years.
1,065,049: This metro Phoenix area had the highest population growth rate in the nation in 2016, according a new report from The Census Bureau released Thursday.
A total of 1.4 million people moved into the metro Phoenix metro in 2016.
There were an additional 2.3 million people in metro Tucson, a state capital that has seen population growth from 1.6 million people to 2.2 million people, the report found.
According to the census, the metro area had 2.9 million residents in 2020.
“While Phoenix may seem like a relatively small area, it’s home to some of the country’s most diverse communities, with the largest concentration of Latinos, Asians, and other minorities in the entire metro area,” the report said.
6,928,852: The metro Phoenix population grew by 4 percent in 2016 to 6,926,853 people.
More than half of the metro’s population is Hispanic, and more than 80 percent of metro area residents are Hispanic.
It has the second-highest median household incomes in the country.
924,932: This area had 5.6 percent growth in the metro population in 2016 and 924,851 people moved there in 2020, according the Census bureau.
This metro area has the largest Hispanic population in the U.S., with 6.4 percent of the population.
3,934,816: This region had the fifth-highest increase in the population in 2020 to 3,931,814 people.
About 1 in 6 people in this area live in poverty.
4,938,818: This city has the third-highest population growth in 2016 with 3,384,817 people moving to this area.
One in five people in the area lives below the poverty line, the bureau said.
3,878,831: This is the fourth-largest metro Phoenix city, and it’s the fourth in the state with the highest number of population increases.
2,569,834: This has the fourth largest population growth between 2010 and 2020, with 2,567,835 people moving here.
Only 3.6% of metro areas population is Latino, according one recent study.
3.5 million: This Phoenix metro population grew from 2.5 to 3.9 percent in that time period, according Toonie.
In 2016, there were 1.7 million residents of metro Tucson.
7.2: This metros population grew to 7.2 percent in 2020 from 6.9 to 7 percent.
5.2% of Phoenix residents are 65 and older.
844,865: This was the metro region’s third-largest population in 2010 and is the sixth largest metro area in the United States.
Source: The Census of Population and Housing, Census Bureau, US Census Bureau