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As of 2010-2014, the total population of New Buffalo Area School District is 4,205. The New Buffalo Area School District population density is 182.38 people per square mile, which is higher than the state average density of 102.25 people per square mile and is much higher than the national average density of 82.73 people per square mile. The most prevalent race in New Buffalo Area School District is white, which represent 94.08% of the total population. The average New Buffalo Area School District education level is higher than the state average and is higher than the national average.

Topics:Population GrowthPopulation DensityPopulation by RacesPopulation by First AncestryPopulation by GenderPopulation by AgeEducationSchool EnrollmentHousehold and FamilyMarital StatusPlace of Birth and CitizenshipLanguage

Population in 2010-2014: 4,205. #433

Population Growth Since 2005-2009, see rank

New Buffalo Area School District
-12.83%
Michigan
-0.50%
U.S.
11.61%

*The New Buffalo Area School District population growth rate is since 2005-2009. The Michigan and U.S population growth rate is since 2000.

Population Density, #219

New Buffalo Area School District
182.38 per square mile
Michigan
102.25 per square mile
U.S.
82.73 per square mile

Population by Races

White:3,956 (94.08%, #317)
Black:137 (3.26%, #152)
Hispanic:132 (3.14%, #212)
Asian:12 (0.29%, #334)
Native (American Indian, Alaska Native, Hawaiian Native, etc.):8 (0.19%, #409)
One Race, Other:65 (1.55%, see rank)
Two or More Races:27 (0.64%, see rank)

Hispanic Population
Mexican:83 (62.88%, see rank)
Puerto Rican:7 (5.30%, see rank)
Cuban:0 (0.00%, see rank)
Central American:0 (0.00%, see rank)
South American:22 (16.67%, see rank)
 

*Based on 2010-2014 data. View historical race data.

Population by First Ancestry

3,699 (87.97%) out of the total population of 4,205 reported first ancestry.

 New Buffalo Area School District% of the Total PopulationMichiganU.S.
Arab280.67%, see rank1.70%0.56%
Czech1563.71%, see rank0.48%0.47%
Danish220.52%, see rank0.38%0.42%
Dutch1954.64%, see rank4.77%1.40%
English44010.46%, see rank9.31%8.02%
French1363.23%, see rank6.00%3.34%
German1,47235.01%, see rank20.99%15.03%
Greek280.67%, see rank0.44%0.41%
Hungarian350.83%, see rank0.96%0.46%
Irish67916.15%, see rank11.09%10.80%
Italian1463.47%, see rank4.72%5.52%
Norwegian190.45%, see rank0.77%1.42%
Polish56813.51%, see rank8.63%3.01%
Portuguese00.00%, see rank0.06%0.44%
Russian481.14%, see rank0.73%0.92%
Scotch-Irish551.31%, see rank0.71%0.99%
Scottish2155.11%, see rank2.22%1.72%
Subsaharan African00.00%, see rank0.58%0.95%
Swedish611.45%, see rank1.52%1.27%
Swiss140.33%, see rank0.24%0.30%
Ukrainian50.12%, see rank0.39%0.31%
American1583.76%, see rank5.98%7.12%
Welsh130.31%, see rank0.47%0.57%

*Based on 2010-2014 data. View historical first ancestry data.

Population by Gender

Male: 1,936 (46.04%, see rank)
Females: 2,269 (53.96%, see rank)

New Buffalo Area School District
Male: 46.04%
Female: 53.96%
Michigan
Male: 49.09%
Female: 50.91%
U.S.
Male: 49.19%
Female: 50.81%

*Based on 2010-2014 data. View historical gender data.

Population by Age

Median Age (see rank)
New Buffalo Area School District
51.10 years old
Michigan
39.30 years old
U.S.
37.40 years old

Median Age, Male (see rank)
New Buffalo Area School District
49.10 years old
Michigan
38.00 years old
U.S.
36.10 years old

Median Age, Female (see rank)
New Buffalo Area School District
52.20 years old
Michigan
40.60 years old
U.S.
38.80 years old

 New Buffalo Area School District% of the Total PopulationMichiganU.S.
Under 5 years1473.50%, see rank5.85%6.36%
5 to 9 years2505.95%, see rank6.30%6.51%
10 to 14 years2525.99%, see rank6.64%6.59%
15 to 19 years1994.73%, see rank7.12%6.85%
20 to 24 years1633.88%, see rank7.14%7.13%
25 to 34 years2515.97%, see rank11.92%13.47%
35 to 44 years47811.37%, see rank12.39%12.96%
45 to 54 years63815.17%, see rank14.69%14.09%
55 to 64 years78318.62%, see rank13.36%12.29%
65 to 74 years58113.82%, see rank8.04%7.64%
75 to 84 3598.54%, see rank4.53%4.25%
85 years and over1042.47%, see rank2.02%1.85%

*Based on 2010-2014 data. View historical age data.

Education for the 25 Years and Over

 New Buffalo Area School DistrictMichiganU.S.
Total 25 Years and Over Population3,194, 100%6,619,834209,056,129
Less Than High School298, 9.33%, see rank10.73%13.67%
High School Graduate885, 27.71%, see rank30.18%27.95%
Some College or Associate Degree826, 25.86%, see rank32.68%29.09%
Bachelor Degree625, 19.57%, see rank16.15%18.27%
Master, Doctorate, or Professional Degree560, 17.53%, see rank10.27%11.01%
USA.com Education Index#14.15, see rank13.5913.54
# Higher USA.com Education Index means more educated population.

*Based on 2010-2014 data. View historical education level data.

School Enrollment

 New Buffalo Area School District MichiganU.S.
Total PublicPrivatePublicPrivatePublicPrivate
Nursery School, Preschool, Kindergarten9572.63%27.37%77.32%22.68%71.30%28.70%
Elementary School (Grades 1-8)38082.11%, see rank17.89%, see rank89.70%10.30%89.86%10.14%
High School (Grades 9-12)22097.27%, see rank2.73%, see rank91.59%8.41%90.60%9.40%
College12075.83%, see rank24.17%, see rank84.70%15.30%78.37%21.63%
Graduate School4856.25%, see rank43.75%, see rank75.66%24.34%58.86%41.14%

*Based on 2010-2014 data. View historical school enrollment data.

Household and Family

 New Buffalo Area School DistrictMichiganU.S.
Total Households1,826, 100%3,827,880116,211,092
Average Household Size2.29, see rank2.522.63
1 Person Households571, 31.27%, see rank28.90%27.57%
2 or More Person Households1,255, 68.73%, see rank71.10%72.43%
Family Households (Families)1,167, 63.91%, see rank65.34%66.22%
Average Family Size2.93, see rank3.203.32
Married-Couple Family832, 45.56%, see rank48.00%48.42%
Nonfamily Households659, 36.09%, see rank34.66%33.78%

*Based on 2010-2014 data. View historical household and family data.

Marital Status of 15 Years and Over

 New Buffalo Area School District%MichiganU.S.
15 Years and Over Total3,556see rank8,030,282252,974,135
Males, 15 Years and Over1,643100%, see rank3,903,030123,281,364
Never Married44927.33%, see rank35.49%35.77%
Married90955.33%, see rank51.21%52.04%
Widowed985.96%, see rank2.74%2.57%
Divorced18711.38%, see rank10.56%9.62%
Females, 15 Years and Over1,913100%, see rank4,127,252129,692,771
Never Married44223.11%, see rank29.42%29.48%
Married92848.51%, see rank48.54%49.19%
Widowed22611.81%, see rank9.51%9.16%
Divorced31716.57%, see rank12.53%12.16%

*Based on 2010-2014 data. View historical marital status data.

Place of Birth and Citizenship

 New Buffalo Area School District%MichiganU.S.
Native4,05896.50%, see rank93.83%86.93%
Born in the State of Residence1,13927.09%, see rank76.68%58.73%
Born in Different State2,91169.23%, see rank16.47%26.78%
Born in Puerto Rico, U.S. Island Areas,
or Born Abroad to American Parent(s)
80.19%, see rank0.67%1.42%
Foreign Born1473.50%, see rank6.17%13.07%
Foreign Born with U.S. Citizenship551.31%, see rank3.12%5.99%
Foreign Born without U.S. Citizenship922.19%, see rank3.06%7.09%
Born In Europe821.95%, see rank1.37%1.53%
Born In Asia50.12%, see rank2.93%3.82%
Born In Africa00.00%, see rank0.27%0.55%
Born In Oceania00.00%, see rank0.02%0.07%
Born In Latin America551.31%, see rank1.18%6.83%
Born In Northern America50.12%, see rank0.40%0.26%

*Based on 2010-2014 data. View historical place of birth and citizenship data.

Language Spoken at Home

 New Buffalo Area School District%MichiganU.S.
English1,74095.29%, see rank90.09%79.39%
Spanish452.46%, see rank3.16%11.75%
Other Indo-European Languages392.14%, see rank3.59%4.52%
Asian and Pacific Islander Languages20.11%, see rank1.55%3.36%
Other00.00%, see rank1.60%0.99%

*Based on 2010-2014 data. View historical language spoken at home data.


 
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