We compile and calculate income and demographic data by zip code based on the most recent data available from the US Census Bureau.
We have been in the business of providing data since 1998. We compile, tabulate and calculate data derived from the US Census Bureau and other data sources to provide the most useful income data available. If you have any issues with your data, contact us and we will address your concerns or refund your purchase price.
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Median income • Per capita income • Percent high-income households • Median income by age of householder • Households by income ranges
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Population • Age • Sex • Race/ethnicity • Education • Households • Housing units • Poverty • Unemployment
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ZIP Code Tabulation Areas (ZCTAs) are "generalized areal representations of United States Postal Service (USPS) ZIP Code service areas." The US Census Bureau uses these divisions instead of actual zip codes. In most instances, the ZCTA code is the same as the ZIP Code for an area. In a few cases, a single ZCTA may comprise more than one zip code. This usually occurs when a zip code doesn't contain enough residents to provide relevant data. Our data are defined by ZCTA for the sake of accuracy, but the associated zip codes are also included.
Median income is the midpoint of the incomes reported in the given ZCTA. In simplest terms, the same number of households make less than the median income as make more than the median. The average income is determined by adding all incomes from the area and dividing by the total number of households. If there a few very high (or very low) incomes in the area, the average income can be skewed. It may result in an inaccurate estimation of the income of an individual household within the area.
If you do not have Microsoft Excel, there are several free CSV editors/viewers available. Google Docs Spreadsheet, LibreOffice Calc, and WPS Officesheets are top contenders for free alternatives to Excel.
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