All Miami population data above are from the US Census Bureau.
With 441,003 people, Miami is the 2nd most populated city in the state of Florida out of 916 cities. But watch out, Miami, because Orlando with 270,934 people and Tampa with 369,075 people are right behind you.
The largest Miami racial/ethnic groups are Hispanic (70.7%) followed by Black (16.4%) and White (11.4%).
In 2015, the median household income of Miami residents was $31,051. Miami households made slightly more than Chipley households ($30,907) and Gretna households ($30,978) . However, 28.3% of Miami residents live in poverty.
The median age for Miami residents is 39.4 years young.
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The population data for Miami are from the Census 2000, Census 2010, the Census' American Community Survey 2015 5-year estimates and the Census' 2016 Population Estimates. The demographic data for Chipley, Gretna, Orlando, and Tampa are the most current, comparable demographics available from the US Census Bureau, are from the American Community Survey 2015 5-year estimates, and were downloaded on December 2016. Check out our FAQ section for more details.
The District of Columbia Starter Report, shown on the left, will give you a good idea of what to expect in a Starter Report. The Miami, FL report will have the same data, charts & graphs as this sample.
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