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Worcester, Massachusetts


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Worcester, Massachusetts

Introduction to Worcester, Massachusetts

Incorporated in 1722, Worcester is the third largest city in New England (behind Boston, Massachusetts and Providence, Rhode Island), and the second largest city in Massachusetts. Worcester has a population of approximately 175,000 people. According to U.S. Census estimates, the Worcester metropolitan statistical area had a population of approximately 750,000 people as of 2000.

Worcester is located in central Massachusetts. It is about an hour drive southwest from Boston, Massachusetts, an hour and ten minutes northeast of Hartford, Connecticut, and 50 minutes northwest of Providence, Rhode Island. Worcester is one of only a few cities to win the National Civic League's coveted "All-America City Award" five times. Worcester is also home to one Fortune 1000 corporate headquarters. Many others are located in communities near by.

Worcester's climate is characterized by four distinct seasons. Winters are cold and summers tend to be warm and humid. January is the coldest month of the year with an average daily temperature of 31 degrees Fahrenheit. July is the warmest month of the year with an average daily temperature of 79 degrees Fahrenheit. Worcester gets an average of almost 68 inches of snow during the winter.

Worcester Arts and Entertainment

For a city of modest size, Worcester provides a good assortment of arts and cultural offerings. Some of the more notable include:

  • The American Antiquarian Society
  • Ecotarium
  • The Foothills Theatre Company
  • The Higgins Armory Museum (the largest collection of arms and armor in the western hemisphere)
  • Musicians of the Old Post Road
  • Music Worcester
  • Opera Worcester
  • The Worcester Art Museum
  • The Worcester History Museum

Worcester is also a relatively short drive to all of the arts and cultural offerings of Boston, Massachusetts, Hartford, Connecticut, and Providence, Rhode Island.

For sports enthusiasts, Worcester's central location gives residents and visitors easy access to numerous professional sporting teams. Worcester itself is home to a professional baseball team, the Worcester Tornadoes, who play in the Canadian-American Association of Professional Baseball, or Can-Am League. Boston to the east is home to Major League Baseball's Boston Red Sox. For individuals who like minor league baseball action, nearby Pawtucket, RI is home Minor League Baseball's (MiLB) Pawtucket Red Sox, and Lowell, Massachusetts is home to the Lowell Spinners. The Red Sox are a Triple-A affiliate of the Boston Red Sox, and the Spinners are a Class A Short-Season affiliate of the Boston Red Sox. For individuals whose interest turns to hockey, the National Hockey League Boston Bruins play in Boston, and the the American Hockey League (AHL) Providence Bruins, play in Providence. Other nearby sports teams include Major League Soccer's (MLS) New England Revolution, the National Pro Fastpitch (NPF) Softball New England Riptide, the NBA's Boston Celtics, the NFL's New England Patriots, the United Soccer League's (USL) USL-W Division Boston Renegades, and World Team Tennis' (WTT) Boston Lobsters.

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High Points

Worcester strengths, compared to Peers (similar size places nationally) or State (other places in Massachusetts):

Category Trophy
Racial Diversity
(vs. State)
Top 4% trophy Worcester Racial Diversity
Walking and Biking to Work
(vs. State)
Top 10% Worcester Walking and Biking to Work
Short Commute Times
(vs. State)
Top 14% Worcester Short Commute Times

Comparative Profile of Worcester, Massachusetts

Comparing Worcester to similar size places nationwide (Peers) and to other places in Massachusetts (State):

Ratings range from 1 (lowest) to 10 (highest).


The People

Characteristic Compared
to Peers
Compared
to State
Senior Citizens 10 7
Female Share of the Population 8 8
Age of the Population 7 1
Well-Paid Single Women 6 3
Well-Paid Single Men 5 2
Racial Diversity 4 10
Male Share of the Population 3 4
Children Under 5 Years Old 3 7

Families

Characteristic Compared
to Peers
Compared
to State
Average Household Size 4 3
Portion of People Married 4 1

Wealth

Characteristic Compared
to Peers
Compared
to State
People in Middle Class or Better 5 1
College Educated Adults 5 3
Median Family Income 4 1
People Above Poverty 4 1

Commute & Sprawl

Characteristic Compared
to Peers
Compared
to State
Walking and Biking to Work 7 10
Public Transportation Use 7 8
Short Commute Times 7 9
Working at Home 2 1

Housing

Characteristic Compared
to Peers
Compared
to State
People Living Alone 8 10
Seasonal and Vacation Housing 7 4
Affordability of Rents 6 8
Studio & One-Bedroom Rentals 6 10
Affordability of Property Taxes 3 7
Housing Recently Built 1 2

Crime

Characteristic Compared
to Peers
Compared
to State
Low Property Crime 8 1
Low Violent Crime 5 1

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Worcester Almanac

Category Value
Nearest Large City 38 miles W of Boston, Massachusetts
County Worcester
Standard Zip Codes 01602, 01603, 01604, 01605, 01606, 01607, 01608, 01609, 01610, 01612, 01655
P.O. Box Zip Codes 01601, 01613, 01614, 01615
Company Zip Codes 01653, 01654
Phone Area Codes 508
Time Zone Eastern (-5 hours from GMT)
Daylight Savings The city observes Daylight Saving Time.
Latitude 42.262
Longitude -71.802

Worcester Climate

Nearest Weather Stations

Notes:
  • Temp ranges are avg daily min and max for the month
  • Precipitation is rainfall (and rainfall equiv of snowfall)
Station WORCESTER RGNL AP
Distance 4.1 miles
Jan Temp 16 to 31 F
Apr Temp 36 to 54 F
Jul Temp 61 to 79 F
Oct Temp 41 to 58 F
Annual Precip 49 inches
Station BUFFUMVILLE LAKE
Distance 11.3 miles
Jan Temp 12 to 34 F
Apr Temp 34 to 57 F
Jul Temp 59 to 82 F
Oct Temp 36 to 61 F
Annual Precip 48.8 inches
Station BARRE FALLS DAM
Distance 16.7 miles
Jan Temp 11 to 32 F
Apr Temp 32 to 55 F
Jul Temp 55 to 80 F
Oct Temp 34 to 59 F
Annual Precip 45.5 inches
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Worcester Population (2000)

Category Count Percent
Total Population 172,648 100%
Male 82,914 48%
Female 89,734 52%
Under 18 40,727 23.6%
18+ 131,921 76.4%
65+ 24,389 14.1%
Median Age 33.4
Average Family Size 3.11
White 133,124 77.1%
African-American 11,892 6.9%
Asian 8,402 4.9%
American Indian & Alaskan 769 0.4%
Other 12,504 7.2%
Mixed Race 5,861 3.4%
Hispanic (included in categories above) 26,155 15.1%

Estimated Worcester Population Growth 2000-2005

Category Value
Est. 2005 Population 175,898
Growth 3,250
Growth % 1.9%

Worcester Ancestry

(From 2000 Census, as reported by individuals)

Note: This is national, not racial, ancestry, so, e.g., the Census doesn't have categories for Hispanic and African-American people. CityTownInfo is currently gathering additional ancestry data for this site.
Ancestry Percent
Other (often includes Hispanic and African American) 25.5%
Irish 16.2%
Italian 11.1%
French (except Basque) 7.6%
Polish 5.1%
US/American 4.1%
French Canadian 4.1%
English 4.1%
Swedish 2.5%
German 2.1%
Lithuanian 1.8%
Greek 1.5%
African 1.3%
Russian 1.3%
Albanian 1.2%
Scottish 0.9%
Armenian 0.8%
Lebanese 0.8%
Scotch-Irish 0.7%
Portuguese 0.7%
Brazilian 0.7%
Ghanian 0.7%
Finnish 0.5%
European 0.3%
Jamaican 0.3%
Syrian 0.3%
British 0.3%
Canadian 0.3%
Norwegian 0.2%
Haitian 0.2%
Kenyan 0.2%
Romanian 0.2%
Dutch 0.2%
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Neighborhood and Nearby Area Names

According to the US Postal Service, Worcester, its neighborhoods, and/or surrounding areas are also referred to as:

Greendale (01606)
Webster Square (01603)
West Side (01602)

Note that not all alternate names are acceptable for use in US Post Office addresses.

Nearby Cities and Towns

Location Pop. Median Family
Income (2000)
Worcester 172,648 $42,988
Auburn 15,901 $60,805
Grafton 14,894 $66,396
Holden 15,621 $73,614
Leicester 10,471 $64,202
Millbury 12,784 $62,564
Shrewsbury 31,640 $77,674

Worcester Public Libraries

Library
Worcester Free Public Library
3 SALEM SQUARE
Worcester, Massachusetts
(508) 799-1655
Library Web Site

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Worcester Hospitals

ADCARE HOSPITAL OF WORCESTER INC
(Proprietary)
107 LINCOLN STREET
(508) 799-5000
Emergency Service: No

SAINT VINCENT HOSPITAL
(Voluntary non-profit - Private)
123 SUMMER STREET
(508) 363-5000
Emergency Service: Yes

UMASS MEMORIAL MEDICAL CENTER INC
(Voluntary non-profit - Private)
55 LAKE AVENUE NORTH
(508) 334-1000
Emergency Service: Yes

Starbucks in Worcester

(As of 2005)
11 East Central Street
1 West Boylston Street
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Worcester High Schools (2004)


(Sorted by Number of Students)

DOHERTY MEMORIAL HIGH
299 HIGHLAND STREET
508-799-3270
Serves 1,486 students.
Student/teacher ratio: 15.1

SOUTH HIGH COMMUNITY
170 APRICOT STREET
508-799-3325
Serves 1,430 students.
Student/teacher ratio: 14.4

BURNCOAT SENIOR HIGH
179 BURNCOAT STREET
508-799-3300
Serves 1,299 students.
Student/teacher ratio: 14.8

NORTH HIGH
150 HARRINGTON WAY
508-799-3370
Serves 1,237 students.
Student/teacher ratio: 16.1

WORCESTER VOC HIGH
2 GROVE STREET
508-799-1980
A Vocational School
Serves 1,017 students.
Student/teacher ratio: 8.3

ACCELERATED LEARNING LAB
15 CLAREMONT STREET
508-799-3077
A Title I School.
Serves 827 students.
Student/teacher ratio: 10

UNIVERSITY PK CAMPUS SCH
12 FREELAND STREET
508-799-3591
Serves 210 students.
Student/teacher ratio: 15

MA ACADEMY FOR MATH AND SCIENCE SCHOOL
100 INSTITUTE RD
508-831-5859
A Charter School.
Serves 102 students.
Student/teacher ratio: 12.8

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1. Troy, New York 93.1   36.7% 13.7% 19.4% 22 $38,631 6.4% 19.8% 49,170 19.1% 41 0.5% 6.1
2. Kingston, New York 91.8   37.2% 17.1% 20.5% 21 $41,806 6.4% 19.6% 23,456 15.8% 39.7 0.5% 3.9
3. Schenectady, New York 91.3   38.7% 15.2% 19% 22 $36,458 7% 23.2% 61,821 20.8% 50.1 0.3% 8.5
4. Poughkeepsie, New York 91.2   35.3% 13.6% 19.5% 24 $35,779 7.6% 47.2% 29,871 22.7% 40.3 0.5% 12
5. Allentown, Pennsylvania 91.2   33.1% 15.1% 15.4% 22 $37,356 7.1% 27.5% 106,632 18.5% 54.2 0.3% 6.1
6. New Britain, Connecticut 91.1   33.1% 15.8% 16.6% 21 $41,056 6.6% 30.6% 71,538 16.4% 41.5 0.2% 4.1
7. St. Paul, Minnesota 90.5   35.9% 10.3% 32% 22 $48,925 7.6% 33% 287,151 15.6% 45.4 0.4% 8.4
8. Wilmington, Delaware 89.9   37% 12.6% 21.4% 24 $40,241 6.8% 64.5% 72,664 21.3% 52.6 0.2% 15
9. New London, Connecticut 89.6   37.7% 12.1% 19.6% 18 $38,942 6.7% 36.5% 25,671 15.8% 34.8 1.1% 8.1
10. Lowell, Massachusetts 89.1   28.8% 10.8% 18.1% 26 $45,901 7.3% 31.4% 105,167 16.8% 30.5 0.2% 9.4
11. Woodbury, New Jersey 89   31.7% 16.5% 21.9% 26 $53,630 6.5% 27.6% 10,307 13.5% 47.2 0.3% 5.1
12. Lakewood, Washington 89   29.5% 13.2% 21.8% 26 $42,551 7.3% 35.2% 58,211 15.8% 69.3 0.4% 8.7
13. Louisville, Kentucky 88.9   38% 14.6% 21.3% 21 $36,696 6.6% 37.1% 256,231 21.6% 53.2 0.3% 8
14. Savannah, Georgia 88.7   31.4% 13.3% 20.2% 22 $36,410 7% 61.1% 131,510 21.8% 70.6 0.3% 8.4
15. Sacramento, California 88.5   32.1% 11.4% 23.9% 24 $42,051 7.1% 51.7% 407,018 20% 69.1 0.4% 11.6
16. Reno, Nevada 88.4   32.6% 11.4% 25% 19 $49,582 7% 22.5% 180,480 12.6% 56.3 0.5% 8.2
17. Fitchburg, Massachusetts 88.3   30.2% 14.6% 15.4% 24 $43,291 6.7% 18.1% 39,102 15% 28.2 0.2% 6.2
18. Albany, New York 88.1   41.8% 13.4% 32.5% 20 $39,932 5.6% 36.9% 95,658 21.7% 58.4 0.2% 11.8
19. Pasadena, California 88   33.8% 12.1% 41.3% 27 $53,639 6.9% 46.6% 133,936 15.9% 33.3 0.6% 5
20. Cincinnati, Ohio 87.6   42.9% 12.3% 26.6% 24 $37,543 7.2% 47% 331,285 21.9% 68.6 0.4% 11
21. Fredericksburg, Virginia 87.6   39.3% 12.8% 30.5% 25 $47,148 5.8% 26.8% 19,279 15.5% 52.3 0.5% 5
22. Denver, Colorado 87.5   39.3% 11.3% 34.5% 26 $48,195 6.8% 34.7% 554,636 14.3% 54.9 0.6% 8.1
23. Manchester, New Hampshire 87.5   31.7% 12.9% 22.3% 22 $50,039 6.7% 8.3% 107,006 10.6% 35 0.5% 3.4
24. Albuquerque, New Mexico 87.3   30.5% 12% 31.8% 21 $46,979 6.9% 28.4% 448,607 13.5% 65.9 0.4% 10.5
25. Utica, New York 87.3   37.3% 18.8% 15.2% 18 $33,818 6.7% 20.6% 60,651 24.5% 41.3 0.3% 4.7
26. Dover, Delaware 87.2   32.3% 13.3% 28.8% 20 $48,338 6.7% 45.1% 32,135 13.8% 56.2 0.4% 7.6
27. Indianapolis, Indiana 87.2   32% 11.1% 25.4% 23 $48,755 7.3% 30.7% 791,926 11.9% 59.4 0.3% 8.9
28. Akron, Ohio 87   33% 13.5% 18% 22 $39,381 7.2% 32.8% 217,074 17.5% 58.4 0.3% 5.7
29. Salem, Oregon 87   28.4% 12.4% 24.1% 23 $46,409 7.4% 16.9% 136,924 15% 72.6 0.3% 5.4
30. Winston-Salem, North Carolina 86.5   33.4% 13.7% 30.3% 20 $46,595 6.7% 44.4% 185,776 15.2% 66.5 0.3% 8.1
31. Nashville, Tennessee 86.5   33.8% 11.1% 29.7% 24 $48,448 6.6% 33% 569,891 13.3% 63.3 0.4% 15.1
32. Toledo, Ohio 86.4   32.8% 13.1% 16.8% 21 $41,175 7.3% 29.8% 313,619 17.9% 69.1 0.3% 10.4
33. Greensboro, North Carolina 86.3   32.8% 11.9% 33.9% 21 $50,192 6.3% 44.5% 223,891 12.3% 61.4 0.4% 7.6
34. Knoxville, Tennessee 86.2   38.5% 14.4% 24.6% 21 $37,708 5.9% 20.3% 173,890 20.8% 65.5 0.3% 9.5
35. Durham, North Carolina 86   31.8% 9.3% 41.8% 22 $51,162 7.2% 54.5% 187,035 15% 65.4 0.6% 8.4
36. Tulsa, Oklahoma 86   33.9% 12.9% 28.3% 19 $44,518 7.2% 29.9% 393,049 14.1% 68.6 0.5% 11.9
37. San Diego, California 85.6   28% 10.5% 35% 24 $53,060 6.7% 39.8% 1,223,400 14.6% 37.1 1.1% 5.5
38. Springfield, Massachusetts 85.6   30.2% 12.4% 15.4% 22 $36,285 7.6% 43.9% 152,082 23.1% 65.4 0.3% 18.2
39. West Springfield, Massachusetts 85.6   34% 15.9% 21.6% 22 $50,282 5.8% 9.3% 27,899 11.9% 54.9 0.5% 3.5
40. Baton Rouge, Louisiana 85.4   31.6% 11.4% 31.7% 22 $40,266 6.8% 54.3% 227,818 24% 67.7 0.3% 10.7
41. Lockport, New York 85.3   34.8% 14.3% 17.6% 20 $44,614 7% 9% 22,279 13.3% 47.4 0.5% 3.3
42. Battle Creek, Michigan 85.2   31.8% 13.5% 17.2% 19 $43,564 7.3% 25.3% 53,364 14.4% 69.4 0.4% 12.3
43. Rome, Georgia 85.1   29.8% 15.9% 18.9% 21 $37,775 6.7% 36.9% 34,980 20.3% 70.5 0.3% 8.4
44. Thibodaux, Louisiana 85.1   32.6% 14.1% 21.4% 20 $36,551 6.7% 36% 14,431 25.1% 53.2 0.4% 6.9
45. Charleston, South Carolina 85.1   33.8% 13.5% 37.5% 21 $48,705 5.4% 36.9% 96,650 19.1% 56.3 1.1% 10.8
46. Des Moines, Iowa 85   31.8% 12.4% 21.8% 19 $46,590 7.5% 17.7% 198,682 11.4% 61 0.2% 3.5
47. Roanoke, Virginia 85   35.9% 16.4% 18.7% 20 $37,826 6.5% 30.6% 94,911 15.9% 51.8 0.4% 6.2
48. Lexington, Kentucky 84.6   31.7% 10% 35.6% 20 $53,264 6.2% 19% 260,512 12.9% 39.2 0.8% 5
49. Lafayette, Louisiana 84.6   29.4% 11.2% 31.3% 21 $47,783 6.4% 31.8% 110,257 16.3% 66.1 0.5% 9.3
50. Pensacola, Florida 84.5   32.8% 17.2% 32.4% 21 $42,868 5.7% 35.1% 56,255 16.1% 44.8 0.7% 7.4
51. New Bern, North Carolina 83.9   34.1% 17.9% 23% 19 $38,990 6.7% 44% 23,128 19.4% 70.2 0.5% 6.4
52. Sherman, Texas 83.9   30.6% 15.1% 20.1% 21 $42,528 7.2% 21.5% 35,082 13.3% 53.1 0.3% 4.1
53. Olympia, Washington 83.8   35.9% 13.3% 40.3% 21 $54,136 5.4% 14.7% 42,514 12.1% 63.1 0.4% 3.5
54. Muncie, Indiana 83.6   34.1% 13.2% 19% 18 $36,398 5.8% 14.3% 67,430 23.1% 45.3 0.3% 5
55. Tyler, Texas 83.6   30.4% 15.2% 27.5% 19 $43,618 7.4% 38.1% 83,650 16.8% 57.8 0.4% 6.5
56. SeaTac, Washington 83.5   29.8% 9.7% 15.3% 25 $47,630 7.2% 37.1% 25,496 11.5% 67.9 0.5% 5
57. Davenport, Iowa 83.1   29.4% 12.1% 21.5% 18 $45,944 7.4% 16.3% 98,359 14.1% 75.5 0.3% 13.6
58. Meriden, Connecticut 83   28.8% 14.1% 16.4% 20 $52,788 7.1% 19.8% 58,244 11% 37.9 0.2% 3.5
59. Panama City, Florida 82.9   32.1% 15.9% 18.9% 19 $40,890 6.1% 26.4% 36,417 17.2% 64 0.9% 9.2
60. Shreveport, Louisiana 82.9   30.7% 13.9% 22.2% 20 $37,126 7.1% 53.3% 200,145 22.8% 73 0.4% 10.9
61. Martinsburg, West Virginia 82.9   37.4% 16.4% 14.8% 23 $36,954 7% 16.1% 14,972 20% 61 0.3% 5.1
62. Evansville, Indiana 82.6   35.1% 16.2% 16.7% 19 $41,091 6.4% 13.8% 121,582 13.7% 48.3 0.4% 3.8
63. Placerville, California 82.3   33.2% 17.4% 19.6% 24 $46,875 6.5% 11.4% 9,610 12.1% 45.6 0.9% 4.6
64. Swissvale, Pennsylvania 82.3   42.1% 17.4% 24.8% 26 $35,929 5.7% 25.5% 9,653 15.3% 30.3 0.2% 4.3
65. Wilson, North Carolina 82.2   29.4% 13.5% 19.2% 20 $41,041 7.4% 53.3% 44,405 21.6% 56.6 0.3% 5.1
66. Tuscaloosa, Alabama 82.1   35.3% 11.8% 30.9% 18 $41,753 5.7% 45.9% 77,906 23.6% 64.2 0.4% 6.1
67. Morganton, North Carolina 82.1   34.8% 18.5% 20.8% 19 $42,687 6.2% 24.3% 17,310 13.6% 43.9 0.3% 3.8
68. Atchison, Kansas 82   32.5% 17.5% 20.4% 18 $37,100 6.2% 11.4% 10,232 17% 39 0.5% 3.5
69. St. Cloud, Minnesota 82   30.3% 10.3% 29.6% 18 $50,460 5.5% 8.3% 59,107 13.1% 46.8 0.3% 4.3
70. Las Cruces, New Mexico 81.5   27.7% 13.1% 28.4% 19 $37,670 7% 31% 74,267 23.3% 55.7 0.7% 4.7
71. Wilmington, Ohio 81.3   33.7% 14.1% 16.4% 19 $43,619 7.6% 9.3% 11,921 11.7% 57.6 1% 5.7
72. Rock Hill, South Carolina 81.1   27.3% 11.3% 24.3% 24 $45,697 7% 41.3% 49,765 14% 59.5 0.3% 14.3
73. High Point, North Carolina 81   27.2% 11.9% 25.5% 21 $48,057 7.5% 39.4% 85,839 13.2% 67.7 0.5% 7.8
74. Perry, Georgia 80.9   27.4% 14% 17.7% 20 $38,480 7.1% 40.5% 9,602 18.8% 42.3 0.7% 5.8
75. Burlington, North Carolina 80.9   30.2% 17% 21.7% 19 $45,441 6.5% 33.7% 44,917 13.7% 56.7 0.3% 6.6
76. Johnson City, Tennessee 80.8   33.9% 15.9% 29.4% 18 $40,977 5.5% 9.9% 55,469 15.9% 70.7 0.4% 6.1
77. New Albany, Indiana 80.7   31.1% 15.4% 15.9% 20 $41,993 6.9% 10% 37,603 13.7% 65.5 0.3% 5.4
78. Longview, Texas 80.6   28.2% 13.3% 20.6% 19 $42,378 7.4% 29.9% 73,344 16% 60.8 0.4% 11
79. Albemarle, North Carolina 80.2   30.8% 17.4% 17.3% 20 $41,729 7% 27.1% 15,680 15.7% 63.7 0.5% 6.4
80. Lebanon, Tennessee 80.1   28.2% 14.2% 18.2% 24 $45,094 7% 17.1% 20,235 13% 47.4 0.4% 6
81. Fort Walton Beach, Florida 79.9   27.6% 16.3% 21.3% 20 $45,791 5.5% 21.2% 19,973 9.9% 37.2 0.9% 4.5
82. Montgomery, Alabama 79.8   30.1% 11.8% 29.4% 20 $44,297 7.1% 52.3% 201,568 17.7% 68.3 0.3% 6.6
83. Gulfport, Mississippi 79.4   27.9% 11.4% 19.1% 21 $39,213 7.1% 37.8% 71,127 17.7% 74.8 1.1% 3.9
84. Wharton, Texas 79.3   32.6% 16.2% 17.6% 23 $34,543 7% 43.7% 9,237 22.2% 65.4 0.9% 7.7
85. Huntsville, Alabama 79.1   32.5% 13.4% 36.1% 19 $52,202 6.2% 35.5% 158,216 12.8% 65.7 0.7% 7
86. Laurinburg, North Carolina 78.6   27.7% 14.1% 21.8% 19 $37,485 7.3% 49.5% 15,874 23.6% 70.7 0.5% 6.4
87. Dublin, Georgia 78   31% 17.2% 20.2% 20 $36,463 7.3% 54.5% 15,857 27.5% 70.3 0.4% 7.6
88. Vidalia, Georgia 78   30.2% 14.8% 20% 19 $40,091 7.1% 40.4% 10,491 19.9% 64 0.6% 7.3
89. Cayce, South Carolina 78   29.3% 14.7% 20.3% 21 $43,560 5.5% 25.4% 12,150 17% 71.4 0.3% 11
90. Athens, Tennessee 77.9   32.6% 16.3% 16.6% 18 $39,563 6.8% 13.7% 13,220 18.4% 75.1 0.3% 15.5
91. Ravenna, Ohio 77.7   33.4% 16.2% 14.3% 23 $46,090 7% 7% 11,771 10.3% 63.2 0.3% 3.6
92. Northport, Alabama 77.5   28.8% 14.1% 30% 20 $48,673 7.1% 28.9% 19,435 13.9% 43.3 0.4% 7.4
93. Bartow, Florida 77.4   27.8% 16.9% 17% 21 $44,093 6.3% 34.1% 15,340 13.1% 61.8 0.8% 8.9
94. Roanoke Rapids, North Carolina 77.3   30.5% 15.7% 15% 18 $40,337 6.7% 28% 16,957 18.8% 63.5 0.3% 4.4
95. Dothan, Alabama 77.2   28.4% 14.6% 22.9% 18 $45,025 6.9% 32.7% 57,737 15.6% 55.5 0.5% 4.9
96. Orangeburg, South Carolina 77.1   33.8% 15.2% 28.8% 18 $37,008 5.5% 70.2% 12,765 24.7% 71.9 1% 5.7
97. Aiken, South Carolina 76.9   29.7% 17.8% 38.1% 23 $56,033 5.8% 33.4% 25,337 14.4% 52.5 1% 3.9
98. Decatur, Alabama 76.8   28.8% 13.1% 23.7% 20 $47,574 6.8% 24.5% 53,929 14.9% 72.7 0.3% 5
99. Graham, North Carolina 76.5   30.6% 14.1% 16.7% 21 $40,769 7.5% 27.1% 12,833 14.9% 48.6 0.4% 6.5
100. Columbia, Tennessee 76.5   28% 14.9% 15.1% 24 $42,822 7.5% 25.4% 33,055 13.9% 64.5 0.2% 11.2
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