Median Income

The median income of households and families

median household income

median family income

median household income

median family income

median household income

wdt_ID Year NE Springfield (45503) NW Springfield (45504) SE Springfield (45505) SW Springfield (45506) Springfield Clark County Ohio United States
3 2011 45,521.0 44,291.0 28,946.0 32,084.0 33,819.0 44,037.0 48,071.0 52,762.0
4 2012 45,187.0 46,673.0 27,734.0 32,315.0 33,333.0 43,684.0 48,246.0 53,046.0
5 2013 44,541.0 45,296.0 27,188.0 31,990.0 31,635.0 43,136.0 48,308.0 53,046.0
6 2014 43,663.0 45,873.0 26,765.0 33,039.0 31,327.0 43,011.0 48,849.0 53,482.0
7 2015 43,816.0 47,279.0 27,204.0 32,920.0 32,066.0 43,625.0 49,429.0 53,889.0
8 2016 42,352.0 51,331.0 28,607.0 32,924.0 32,165.0 44,154.0 50,674.0 55,322.0
9 2017 44,880.0 50,877.0 30,671.0 36,604.0 34,887.0 46,275.0 52,407.0 57,652.0

median family income

wdt_ID Year NE Springfield (45503) NW Springfield (45504) SE Springfield (45505) SW Springfield (45506) Springfield Clark County Ohio United States
3 2011 54,041.0 65,682.0 38,750.0 36,982.0 41,966.0 54,077.0 60,762.0 64,293.0
4 2012 54,913.0 64,000.0 35,282.0 37,781.0 42,367.0 54,153.0 61,163.0 64,585.0
5 2013 54,081.0 63,420.0 36,404.0 38,580.0 42,269.0 54,149.0 61,371.0 64,719.0
6 2014 54,457.0 65,866.0 36,122.0 38,967.0 41,283.0 54,671.0 62,104.0 65,443.0
7 2015 54,620.0 66,126.0 34,095.0 40,771.0 42,215.0 55,198.0 62,817.0 66,011.0
8 2016 53,304.0 67,065.0 36,143.0 42,326.0 42,639.0 56,496.0 64,433.0 67,871.0
9 2017 55,417.0 67,583.0 37,372.0 42,546.0 44,104.0 58,395.0 66,885.0 70,850.0

This measures the median income of households and families in Springfield, compared with that of Clark County, the state of Ohio, and the United States.

A household, according to the Population Reference Bureau, is “composed of one or more people who occupy a housing unit. Not all households contain families.” The U.S. Census Bureau defines families as a type of household in which “two or more individuals who are related by birth, marriage, or adoption, although they also may include other unrelated people.”

In 2017:

  • NW Springfield has a  higher median income of households and families than the rest of Springfield.*
  • Springfield has a lower median income of households and families than the rest of Clark County, the state of Ohio, or the United States overall.*

*Denotes a statistically significant finding with 90% confidence, the standard for the ACS.

All data is retrieved from the U.S. Census Bureau.

This information was obtained from the American Community Survey (ACS)’s 5-year Estimate on Median Income of Households and Families.

This post was last updated on 15 July 2019.

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