New York Ny Population 2017

New York Ny's estimated population is 8,175,133 according to the most recent United States census.

Based on data from the American Community Survey, in 2015 there were 3,422,225 households in the city, with an average size of 2.65 people per household. The vacancy rate was 9%, with a median rent of $1255/month. The median house size is 4 rooms, and has a value of $494,800.

Year Population Change
2015 8,550,405 4.60%
2010 8,175,133 2.10%
2000 8,008,278 9.40%
1990 7,322,564 3.50%
1980 7,071,639 -10.40%
1970 7,895,563 1.50%
1960 7,781,984 -1.40%
1950 7,891,957 5.90%
1940 7,454,995 7.60%
1930 6,930,446 23.30%
1920 5,620,048 17.90%
1910 4,766,883 38.70%
1900 3,437,202 126.80%
1890 1,515,301 25.60%
1880 1,206,299 28.00%
1870 942,292 15.80%
1860 813,669 57.80%
1850 515,547 64.90%
1840 312,710 54.40%
1830 202,589 63.80%
1820 123,706 28.40%
1810 96,373 59.30%
1800 60,515 82.70%
1790 33,131 0.00%

New York Ny Race Data

Race Population Percentage
White 3,646,761 43.65%
Black or African American 2,067,708 24.75%
American Indian and Alaska Native 32,887 0.39%
Asian 1,106,989 13.25%
Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander 3,572 0.04%
Some Other Race 1,231,976 14.75%
Two or More Races 264,996 3.17%

Population Pyramid

New York Ny Housing Indicators

Indicator Value
Total Housing Units 3,422,225
Owner-Occupied Units 991,350
Renter-Occupied Units 2,122,185
Median Home Value $494,800
Median Rent $1,255
Vacancy Rate 9%
Houses With Mortgage 609,549
Houses Without Mortgage 381,801
Median Number of Rooms (per House) 4

This chart shows the employment and labor force participation rates in New York Ny for residents over 16 years of age. The 2015 unemployment rate is 6% and the labor force participation rate is 63.6%.

New York Ny Family/Household Indicators

Indicator Value
Average Household Size 2.65
Average Family Size 3.44
Married Couple Families 1,121,753
Male Householder (no wife) Families 173,222
Female Householder (no husband) Families 570,302
Non Family Households
Unmarried Partner Households (Opposite Sex) 4.9%
Unmarried Partner Households (Same Sex) 0.7%