1966 Zip Code Income, Population and Demographics
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In this article, we'll explore most of the 190+ data points we have for 1966, covering popular demographics statistics like household income, race, age and gender, educational attainment, poverty, housing, and transportation.
1966 is a zip code in , , which covers , with a total population of 0 people.
The data on this page is from the 2021 American Community Survey (ACS) 5-Year survey from the US Census Bureau.
Median Household Income
According to the latest ACS 5-year survey in 2020, the median household income in 1966 is $0.00.
The reason the median household income for 1966 is $0 is because there is no data from the latest ACS 5-year survey. This is likely because the population is too small or the area is too rural.
Average Household Income
A very commonly asked question is "what is the average household income in the 1966 zip code?". The official term for the average household income is the mean household income. The mean household income is the total income of all households divided by the number of households.
The average (or mean) household income in 1966 is $0.00.
14.40% of households in the 1966 zip code are classed as high income households (making $200,000+ per year).
The difference between a median and an average income
The difference between a median and mean household income is that the median income is the middle point of the set of numbers whereas the mean income is an average of all numbers.
Both metrics are important when looking at the income statistics for 1966 but because the median value doesn't depend on other numbers in the dataset, it doesn't change as much when some of the values are extremely low or extremely high.
Household Income Tiers for 1966
We can also look at the household income tiers. This lets you see how many households fall into each of the earnings brackets and what percentage that bracket is of the total number of households.
The chart below shows the household income brackets to see which age groups have the highest median income. The actual data is more granular than these brackets, but we've simplified them into bigger categories to make reviewing the data for the 1966 zip code easier to view.
You can purchase the raw data above, which will have the full income tiers with smaller jumps in household income.
Less than $24,99911.39%
$25,000 to $49,99918.02%
$50,000 to $74,99914.55%
$75,000 to $99,99914.10%
$100,000 to $149,99916.87%
$150,000 to $199,99910.67%
$200,000 or more14.40%
Per Capita Income
The per capita income is the average income of all people in the 1966 zip code. This is calculated by dividing the total income of all people in 1966 by the total number of people in 1966.
It differs from the average or mean household income because it includes all people in 1966 and not just the people who earn an income (i.e. children, retirees, unemployed, etc.).
The per capita income in the 1966 zip code is $0.00.
Population in 1966 by Race and Ethnicity
The total population in 1966 is currently 0 people.
The race and ethnicity of the population in 1966 can be very important for social research, economics, and marketing to a multi-culturial society.
Whether you want to target products or services to a particular race or ethnicity, or provide housing and new businesses to improve areas with a larger ethnic minority population, this data is very valuable for discovering suitable areas.
The chart below breaks down the population and percentage for each race and ethnicity in the 1966 zip code.
0.30% Black/African American21
0.00% Hawaiian/Pacific Islander0
1.80% Two or more races128
Population of 1966 by Age and Gender
Another very important demographics statistic for the 1966 zip code is the age and gender of the population. The age and gender of the population can be used to track trends in population growth or decline, and for businesses, the data can be used to identify people important to you and your business need.
In the table below, we show age groups at a 10 year granularity for ease of use. The raw data, which can be purchased above, includes age and gender at a 5 year granularity.
|0 to 9 Years||252||171|
|10 to 19 Years||381||224|
|20 to 29 Years||153||302|
|30 to 39 Years||270||268|
|40 to 49 Years||281||408|
|50 to 59 Years||493||547|
|60 to 69 Years||535||830|
|70 Years and over||807||1,092|
Educational attainment is a very useful statistic that can give insights into other data such as the average household income, unemployment levels, and literacy.
What this means is that it is likely for areas that have higher levels of education to have higher average household incomes, lower unemployment rates, and higher literacy rates.
The chart below shows the educational attainment of the population in the 1966 zip code.
Master's degree or higher30.80%
Some college or associate's degree5.22%
High school diploma or equivalent17.71%
Less than high school diploma1.53%
The unemployment rate is the percentage of the population that is actively looking for work but is unable to find a job. The unemployment rate is a very important statistic for 1966 because it can show how many people are actively looking for work and how many people are unable to find a job.
Lower levels of unemployment is generally seen as a positive sign for the economy. It also makes the government in 1966 look good because it shows that they are doing a good job of creating jobs, working to capacity, being efficient, and keeping the economy strong.
The unemployment rate is calculated using the total population in the 1966 zip code that are over the age of 16.
The current population in 1966 that are over the age of 16 is 6,235 people.
The unemployment rate in 1966 is 42.90%, which means 2,672 people are unemployed.
Median Age in 1966
The median age is an interesting metric because it gives us an idea of the age distribution of people in the 1966 zip code. You know when you see a median age that it is the age where half of the population is older and half is younger than it.
For demographic studies, this can be used to infer and compare date to things such as birth rates, the age of parents, and so on.
An increasing median age can be a sign of an aging population, which can be a sign of a declining population. This is because older people tend to have fewer children and die more often than younger people.
The median age in 1966 is 57.8 years old.
We can also look at the median age by gender to compare the see how each group compares to the total median age:
Median age by gender in 1966
Households and Families
There are a total of 3,319 households in 1966, and the average household size is 2.1 people.
For families, the total number is 2,041, and the average family size is 2.63 people.
3.80% of those families in the 1966 zip code are living below the poverty line.
The table below shows the poverty thresholds for 1966 in 2022.
|Household Size||Poverty Threshold|
Please note that the poverty thresholds shown above are from 2022, while the latest demographics data we have is from 2020.
Households and Families by Marital Status
There are four types of household and family, as defined by the Census Bureau:
- Male householder, no spouse present
- Female householder, no spouse present
- Nonfamily household
In the table below, you can see the total households and families in the 1966 zip code for each type, as well as the average sizes.
|Average Household Size||2.62||3||2.94||1.15|
|Average Household Size||2.61||2.71||2.72||0|
Housing Data in 1966
There are total of 4,257 housing units in the 1966 zip code. Of those units, 3,319 (77.97%) are occupied, and 938 (22.03%) are vacant.
Of the 4,257 housing units in 1966, 1,001 (23.51%) are occupied by renters. The median rent paid by renters is $1,632.00.
Owner occupied housing units make up the remaining 53.30% of housing units, with 2,269 housing units in total.
The table below breaks down how much rent is paid by renters in the 1966 zip code.
No rent paid49
Less than $50053
$500 to $999189
$1,000 to $1,499171
$1,500 to $1,999332
$2,000 to $2,499213
$2,500 to $2,9990
$3,000 or more43
The median value of a property in 1966 is $573,400.00.
The table below breaks down the range of valuations for all properties in 1966.
Less than $50,00052
$50,000 to $99,9990
$100,000 to $149,99926
$150,000 to $199,9990
$200,000 to $299,99965
$300,000 to $499,999708
$500,000 to $999,9991,188
$1,000,000 or more230
We can also look at the number of properties built in a given year to see the spread of property age in the 1966 zip code.
1939 or earlier1,980
1940 to 1949238
1950 to 1959581
1960 to 1969309
1970 to 1979317
1980 to 1989286
1990 to 1999159
2000 to 2009275
2010 to 2013102
2014 or later10
Vehicles Available per Household
Finally, we have data on how many vehicles each household in 1966 has. The table below breaks down the number of vehicles available per household.
No vehicles available212
1 vehicle available1,521
2 vehicles available1,179
3 or more vehicles available407
Commuting to Work in 1966
The time and means of commuting to work are useful metrics to look at because they can be correlated against other data such as income and education level.
Does a longer commuting time indicate a higher average income? If so, has the huge increase in home working during the pandemic changed this?
Using these metrics, we can get a better understanding of the demographics of the 1966 zip code, how they commute, and how that correlates to other data points.
The average travel time is 30.6 minutes, and the chart below covers the range of travel times across the population of 1966.
Less than 5 minutes231
5 to 9 minutes396
10 to 14 minutes273
15 to 19 minutes389
20 to 24 minutes200
25 to 29 minutes148
30 to 34 minutes277
35 to 39 minutes61
40 to 44 minutes176
45 to 59 minutes180
60 to 89 minutes283
90 or more minutes229
We can also look at the means of transport in 1966 to see which modes of transport people are using to commute to work.
Worked from home397
Hopefully this article has given you the demographics data you were looking for in the 1966 zip code.
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