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Colorado / Greeley
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Population Estimates Program 2012
With 95,357 people, Greeley is the 13th most populated city in the state of Colorado out of 446 cities. But watch out, Greeley, because Longmont with 88,669 people and Loveland with 70,223 people are right behind you.
In 2010, the median household income of Greeley residents was $41,845. Greeley households made slightly more than Hotchkiss households ($41,607) and Maysville households ($41,528). However, 22.3% of Greeley residents live in poverty.
The median age for Greeley residents is 29.8 years young.
The largest Greeley racial/ethnic groups are White (59.3%) followed by Hispanic (36.0%) and Black (1.4%).
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