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Census Block Group 005817-2 in Mecklenburg County, North Carolina



Population2,829 (2010), see rank
House Units1,109, see rank
RaceWhites:88.6%, Hispanics:3.8%, Blacks:4.1%, Asians:4.8%, Others:2.6%
Population Density:2,678.67/sq mi, see rank
Median Household Income:$93,323, see rank
Median House Price:$321,100, see rank
Time Zone:Eastern GMT -5:00 with Daylight Saving in the Summer
Land Area:1.02 sq mi, see rank
Water Area:0.04 sq mi (3.39%), see rank
State:North Carolina
Area:Charlotte-Gastonia-Rock Hill, NC-SC
County:Mecklenburg County
City:Charlotte
Census Tract:005817
School District:Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools
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Block Group 005817-2 Map, Border, and Nearby Locations

Block Group 005817-2 Blocks

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*A census block group is a geographic area defined by the United States Census Bureau and used for the census. On average, a census block group has around 1,500 residents. Census block groups, as well as census tracts, are more uniformly distributed in terms of the number of residents than cities or zip codes. Also, the census block group and the census tract demographic data are nearly 100% complete vs. less than 70% coverage of demographic data for cities and zip codes. Therefore census block groups and the census tracts are an excellent way to understand locations in a smaller scale, for example understanding the different areas of a large city. Census block groups are smaller than census tracts and can be further divided into census blocks for understanding locations at the block and community level.


 
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