All Miami-Dade County population data above are from the US Census Bureau except for the population projection data, which are from the Florida Bureau of Economic and Business Research. Florida County Population Projections. Released April 2014. Downloaded June 2014.
With 2,662,874 people, Miami-Dade County is the 1st most populated county in the state of Florida out of 67 counties. But watch out, Miami-Dade County, because Broward County with 1,869,235 people and Palm Beach County with 1,397,710 people are right behind you.
The largest Miami-Dade County racial/ethnic groups are Hispanic (65.6%) followed by Black (16.8%) and White (15.0%).
In 2013, the median household income of Miami-Dade County residents was $41,913. Miami-Dade County households made slightly more than Osceola County households ($41,361) and Volusia County households ($40,919) . However, 21.0% of Miami-Dade County residents live in poverty.
The median age for Miami-Dade County residents is 39.0 years young.
Now you can skip hours of internet research and jump straight to getting answers with our meaningful at-a-glance Demographics Starter Report. With the most current & most popular demographic data, it's the perfect starting point for your research about Miami-Dade County.
86% of people CANNOT find the data they're looking for on the US Census Bureau website. Source: Nielsen Norman Group
"Your starter report certainly saved me a considerable amount of time. I am just too busy to garner this needed data any other way. It truly would have taken hours of an employee's time or my own to get this much information. I was fortunate to find a company that had all the demographics that I needed and at a very reasonable price."
— Steven Silva
"My supervisor had assigned me the task of getting population data for the county for our required county education strategic plan. I had some information from Kids Count but need race, gender, age, etc. and the government census site was shutdown. I was so surprised to get a report within seconds and it had lots of charts and graphs that my supervisor liked."