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ACS DEMOGRAPHIC AND HOUSING ESTIMATES
2017–2021 American Community Survey 5-Year Estimates

White River PDD

Subject Estimate Margin of Error Percent Percent Margin of Error
SEX AND AGE
    Total population234,113234,113
        Male115,86949.5%
        Female118,24450.5%
        Sex ratio (males per 100 females)98(X)
        Under 5 years12,7465.4%
        5 to 9 years12,7265.4%
        10 to 14 years15,9536.8%
        15 to 19 years15,5356.6%
        20 to 24 years14,4036.2%
        25 to 34 years25,45710.9%
        35 to 44 years27,06311.6%
        45 to 54 years28,69312.3%
        55 to 59 years16,8877.2%
        60 to 64 years16,5607.1%
        65 to 74 years27,55711.8%
        75 to 84 years15,2176.5%
        85 years and over5,3162.3%
        Median age (years)42.3(X)
        Under 18 years50,80221.7%
        16 years and over189,54781.0%
        18 years and over183,31178.3%
        21 years and over173,14574.0%
        62 years and over57,46124.5%
        65 years and over48,09020.5%
        18 years and over183,311183,311
            Male89,91849.1%
            Female93,39350.9%
            Sex ratio (males per 100 females)96.3(X)
        65 years and over48,09048,090
            Male22,01545.8%
            Female26,07554.2%
            Sex ratio (males per 100 females)84.4(X)
RACE
    Total population234,113234,113
        One race222,39995.0%
        Two or more races11,7145.0%
        One race222,39995.0%
            White208,89489.2%
            Black or African American8,3633.6%
            American Indian and Alaska Native1,1120.5%
                Cherokee tribal grouping2990.1%
                Chippewa tribal grouping220.0%
                Navajo tribal grouping00
                Sioux tribal grouping10.0%
            Asian1,1510.5%
                Asian Indian750.0%
                Chinese2610.1%
                Filipino1900.1%
                Japanese1070.0%
                Korean180.0%
                Vietnamese2130.1%
                Other Asian2870.1%
            Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander1820.1%
                Native Hawaiian150.0%
                Chamorro110.0%
                Samoan80.0%
                Other Pacific Islander1480.1%
            Some other race2,6971.2%
        Two or more races11,7145.0%
            White and Black or African American1,8050.8%
            White and American Indian and Alaska Native4,4111.9%
            White and Asian5090.2%
            Black or African American and American Indian and Alaska Native1000.0%
Race alone or in combination with one or more other races
    Total population234,113234,113
        White220,20794.1%
        Black or African American10,7524.6%
        American Indian and Alaska Native5,9212.5%
        Asian1,7880.8%
        Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander2610.1%
        Some other race7,2453.1%
HISPANIC OR LATINO AND RACE
    Total population234,113234,113
        Hispanic or Latino (of any race)8,9203.8%
            Mexican6,5442.8%
            Puerto Rican4060.2%
            Cuban1600.1%
            Other Hispanic or Latino1,8100.8%
        Not Hispanic or Latino225,19396.2%
            White alone204,73387.5%
            Black or African American alone8,2443.5%
            American Indian and Alaska Native alone8980.4%
            Asian alone1,1510.5%
            Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone1820.1%
            Some other race alone1930.1%
            Two or more races9,7924.2%
                Two races including Some other race3,3881.4%
                Two races excluding Some other race, and Three or more races6,4042.7%
    Total housing units115,182(X)
CITIZEN, VOTING AGE POPULATION
    Citizen, 18 and over population180,715180,715
        Male88,52549.0%
        Female92,19051.0%
Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2017-2021 American Community Survey 5-Year Estimates
Processed by Demographic Research, Arkansas Economic Development Institute, UALR
Last Modified: Novermber 18th, 2023

Explanation of Symbols:
- The estimate could not be computed because there were an insufficient number of sample observations. For a ratio of medians estimate, one or both of the median estimates falls in the lowest interval or highest interval of an open-ended distribution. For a 5-year median estimate, the margin of error associated with a median was larger than the median itself.
N The estimate or margin of error cannot be displayed because there were an insufficient number of sample cases in the selected geographic area.
(X) The estimate or margin of error is not applicable or not available.
median- The median falls in the lowest interval of an open-ended distribution (for example "2,500-").
median+ The median falls in the highest interval of an open-ended distribution (for example "250,000+").
** The margin of error could not be computed because there were an insufficient number of sample observations.
*** The margin of error could not be computed because the median falls in the lowest interval or highest interval of an open-ended distribution.
***** A margin of error is not appropriate because the corresponding estimate is controlled to an independent population or housing estimate. Effectively, the corresponding estimate has no sampling error and the margin of error may be treated as zero.

Note: Some areas have no reported population because there were not enough ACS questionnaires completed and returned to make a population estimate.

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