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Nyack in 2010: Older, Richer.

Preliminary Census data say Nyack is a little older and a lot richer than it used to be. The village’s population is essentially unchanged but annual income is up almost 50 percent. Since 2000, median household income in Nyack has jumped from about $54,000 to over $80,000 a year.

2000 2010 Pct Chg
Total Population 6,737 6,614 -1.8%
Population Density/Mi 8,749 8,590 -1.8%
Total Households 3188 3,167 -0.7%
Avg Household Size 2 2 0.0%
Per Capita Income $32,699 $46,721 42.9%
Median Household Income $53,951 $80,892 49.9%
Median Age 38.5 41.7 8.3%
Source: Census & ESRI via HR&A 2010 Superblock Feasability Analysis

If you don’t think these numbers reflect your situation — you might have only yourself to blame. One in four households in Nyack didn’t complete a census form. That 75 percent return rate is down four percent from the 79 percent participation rate ten years ago. Because lower income and less educated households are less likely to return a census form, the official counts might be skewed to upper income households.

The US Census Bureau is completing its tally of 2010 data. Official state counts will be published at the end of this year. Data to support redistricting will be available in February, 2011.



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