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Historical population. Census, Pop. %±. 1910, 833, —. 1920, 1,141, 37.0%. 1930, 1,230, 7.8%. 1940, 1,195, −2.8%. 1950, 1,548, 29.5%. 1960, 1,444, −6.7%. 1970, 1,296, −10.2%. 1980, 1,460, 12.7%. 1990, 2,581, 76.8%. 2000, 11,969, 363.7%. 2010, 24,866, 107.8%. Est. 2016, 28,515, 14.7 ...

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View the Cornelius, NC population and other interesting demographics including: median age, male to female ratio, marital status, source of income, languages spoken and race breakdown.

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Cornelius, NC is a census place located in Mecklenburg County, NC with a population of 26866 and a median age of 38.3.

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Browse through the demographics of the Town of Cornelius.

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Estimated per capita income in 2015: $46,041 (it was $45,023 in 2000) Cornelius town income, earnings, and wages data. Estimated median house or condo value in 2015: $264,435 (it was $217,200 in 2000) ...

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Full demographic report of Cornelius, NC population including education levels, household income, job market, ethnic makeup, and languages.

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Cornelius NC Demographics data with population from census shown with charts , graphs and text. Includes hispanic, race, citizenship, births and singles.

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Cornelius is an area in Cornelius, Mecklenburg County, Greater Charlotte, North Carolina with a population of 25,736. There are 12,570 male residents living in Cornelius and 13,166 female residents. The total number of households is 11,143 with 2.31 people per household on average. Total household expenditures in ...

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What Bert Has To Say About Charlotte-Concord-Gastonia Metro Area. Charlotte is a modern urban and financial center grown up dramatically from its previous agricultural and regional banking roots. Today the city is reputedly the headquarters for more banks than any city outside New York, and is the home to such ...