Greenville, North Carolina Population 2019
Greenville, North Carolina's estimated population is 92,156 according to the most recent United States census estimates. Greenville, North Carolina is the 10th largest city in North Carolina based on official 2017 estimates from the US Census Bureau.
The population density is 2633.34 people/mi² (1016.73 people/km²), with a household density of 463.83 people/km² (1201.31 people/mi²).
The overall median age is 26.8 years, 25.8 years for males, and 27.7 years for females. For every 100 females there are 82.8 males.
Based on data from the American Community Survey, in 2017 there were 42,041 households in the city, with an average size of people per household. The homeowner vacancy rate was 4.9%, with a median rent of $776/month. The median house has 4.7 rooms, and has a value of $152,100.
The median income for households in Greenville, North Carolina is $36,496, while the mean household income is $58,279. The per capita income is $, and % of families and % of individuals are below the federal poverty line. % of those under 18 are in poverty, and % of those 65 years or older.
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