Chandler Population 2018
Chandler is a city located in the state of Arizona. More specifically, it is located in Maricopa County. The city is a suburb of the Phoenix Metropolitan Statistical Area. The city’s last recorded population was taken during the 2010 census, which showed that the population was 236,123. The city’s Transportation & Development Department since that time has estimated that the population has grown to 247,328. Changer’s total area is 65.04 square miles, and it has a population density of 3,810.80 people per square mile. Its population makes it the 84th largest city in the United States.
Chandler’s population is predominantly white, with this race making up 73.3% of the total population. Blacks account for 4.8% of the population, while the remainder is 1.5% Native American, 8.2% Asian and 8.3% other races. Almost 22% of the population is of Hispanic or Latino origin. The 25 to 44 age group is the largest in Chandler, making up 38% of the population. Nearly 30% of the population is under age 18, while 5.8% are at least 65 years old. There are more females than males in this city, with 99.7 men for every 100 women. Approximately 6.6% of the population lives below the federal poverty line. The city of Chandler has been one of the fastest growing cities in the nation since the 1990s. The population surged from under 30,000 to nearly 90,000 between 1980 and 1990 and has only continued to grow. Current estimates show that the population is up nearly 5% since the 2010 census, which shows that while growth has slowed from previous years but is far from stopping.