Milpitas, CA Demographics
Compare Milpitas to Best Places to Live in 2010
Compare Milpitas to the Top 100 places to live from the CNN Money.com survey. Our biggest problem: a fairly high sales tax to bring BART to our city!
The Demographic Research Unit of the California Department of
Finance is designated as the single official source of demographic
data for State planning and budgeting.
Demographic Research Unit Reports
Population growth estimates and projections. Historic immigration
2010 Data for the State of California
Data and products for California from the 2010 Census. The California State Data Center generates reports and tabulations from data files released by the U.S. Census Bureau.
City / County Population Estimates with Annual Percent Change
From the Department of Finance, so should be best data available online.
Released in May each year.
U.S. Department of Commerce - U.S. Census Bureau
Quick Facts for Milpitas, California. See whole file for more data.
Median value of owner-occupied housing units, 2007-2011 ~ $578,100
Asian persons, percent, 2010 (a) ~ 62.2%
Mean travel time to work (minutes), workers age 16+, 2007-2011 ~ 22.6
Milpitas Household Income Statistics from CLR Search
Household Average Income for 2010:
Median Household Income: $99,852;
Average Household Income: $121,318;
Per Capita Household Income: $33,741
Milpitas vs Palo Alto Income Statistics
Milpitas has fewer very poor and very rich households than does Palo Alto. We exceed Palo Alto in households with incomes between $35,000 to $199,999.
No one income range greatly exceeds another by percentage. If you are looking for a balanced community, Milpitas is great!
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Population Estimate - Santa Clara
2012 growth estimates for Santa Clara County and the cities in
it. Milpitas grew by only 0.5%. Santa Clara
County grew by 1.2%. California grew by 0.7%.